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A while back I mentioned getting a new version of the Silhouette app. It has just been updated and improved. I’m sure you’ve seen the post, you might have even looked for it in the store.

This app is free. You just need to create an account (I’ll get into that a bit later).

You can get an account for free. If you’re interested in the app, when you sign up it’ll remind you that you can get the upgrade for free at $7.99. You’ll see that if you’re a newer registered user.

Here’s a free scene

This free scene is all about removing clutter from your table top. It’s done in such a way that you can easily turn it on and off to suit your need. If you’re a retailer, this is a good choice for you as well.

The free scenes are just the beginning of the features. I think you should pick it up for your library.

This free scene was created by Bren Mays for Silhouette app

Here’s the house

Here’s a great picture of a house that’s in the central Texas hill country. This house has a winding staircase that’s made by the Brontosaurus Builders. This is one of those scenes that you’ll want to come back to time and again.

And this is the house

You’ll have to create your own scene and upload it. You’ll see that it comes up in your library. Just search for it to get it there.

This house came from the internet

Creating your own scene

You’ll be able to see your progress by a little blue bar at the bottom of your screen. You can just tap it to see the more details. You can see that here, it shows you the scene, plus each point and key frame. You have control over those points and key frames. Just tap any point or key frame to adjust it. The tiny circle shows you where you’re standing. You can see that the tip of my shoe is on that point.

This is where you’ll be able to see everything

Here’s a small detail that’s on a key frame. You can see there’s a little green square in it. Tap on that and you’ll see a small menu come up, from which you can set that point.

This is a bit hard to explain, but I’ll try to get it

Each frame has a little dot at the top right. You can drag that down to change the number of frames in the scene. If you start at the top, the first two frames are super, ultra super fast. The other frames are slow.

You can tap in the corner of any frame to make it bigger or smaller.

You’ll have control over the size. You can set a slow frame. The default is 30 frames.

You have control over where you move each frame. Just tap on any point to move it.

You’ll see there are little gears at the bottom right. You can see all the various points and key frames and how they interact with each other.

Let’s start with this frame

Here’s the first point. It has the super gear next to it. That means it’s super fast. That means you’re getting super control over the camera.

So if you have the camera at that angle, and you’re ready to move that frame, just tap on it.

The gears here are super. That’s telling you that if you’re ready to move the next frame, it’s going to be super fast.

Here’s a super slow frame. It’s a frame that’s going to take a long time to move. So you can easily see the difference.

I’ve tapped on it and moved it.

And here’s another super fast frame

Here I’ve moved it again.

You have control over every point and key frame.

Now let’s go to the next point

Let’s move to the next point.

And let’s move to the next frame

Let’s move to the next frame.

So I can see all the points and key frames that I’m working with. I can make them slow and fast.

I can make them super fast. It’s super easy to see exactly what’s going on.

You’ll notice I can set the gear


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