|FAQ ID # 168|
|Buzz-2-Stitches Scanned Graphics
Last Update : 2007/11/22
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|Can I use scanned pictures or drawings for input into Buzz-2-Stitches?|
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You can scan a picture on your scanner and use that file as the graphic input to Buzz-2-Stitches. You will need to keep in mind that the quality of the image will determine the quality of the embroidery. A scanned line drawing would be best if done with dark black lines and about 100 to 200 DPI.
You can also scan in colored images or cartoon style art. Photographs might need to be edited in a graphics program to remove extra details that you would not want in your finished embroidery. You also will want to adjust the resolution on your scans to obtain the best results for your particular scanner.
|Why does Buzz-2-Stitches think my graphic has so many colors? It looks like only four to me.
How Computers See Colors in Graphics
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