Trace Image function marked a new step in bitmap editing! However, one limitation was the inability to split the generated vector and edit specific sections. Enter v1.5, with
Layering by color feature combined with trace, you'll create more intriguing projects smoothly. This guide gives you a walk-through to unlock its power.
Layering by color is a switch in the
Trace Image panel. When turned on, the software will automatically generate the corresponding layer based on the color of the bitmap lines. Therefore, this function is used for images with obvious color differences and requires multiple processing methods.
Trace Image. Below, you'll spot a switch labeled
Layering by color . Activate it, and click
Learn how to adjust the value of Fuzziness, Denoising, and Smoothness: Turn Bitmap into Vector with Image Trace Function
Here are the effects after setting to 'score' and 'engrave'.
ungroup, you'll have the freedom to split the vector and get down to nitty-gritty edits.
The genius of 'layering by color' truly shines when you apply different power settings to each layer. The outcome? A finished piece that distinctively highlights variations in color depth.
'Layering by color' is particularly effective when you apply different power settings to each layer. The final piece showcases noticeable variations in color depth.
Applied layering by color, adjusted and deleted unnecessary elements.
The final look after setting parameters for each layer