This is a program for creating imprint data. It enables you import and crop images to imprint, and perform editing to add text, boxes, and the like.
Make images of people more prominent
When the machine imprints data created using METAZAStudio, light and dark are expressed by making colours close to white darker and colors close to black lighter. This means that dark hair or clothing may be imprinted light, making the outline of the person indistinct. (Depending on the data, such hair or clothing may not be imprinted at all.) In such cases, cropping the person and applying a border to the image enables you to make the image of the person stand out better when imprinted.
Register often-used shapes and images in advance
You can register often-used and generic-use shapes in the library, which enables you to call them up and add them to your data whenever you need them. Registering logos and other graphics can add convenience. You can also register images.
Create contour lines from images
You can imprint imported images with added contour lines. The data formats that you can import are JPEG and BMP (bitmap). To enable clean extraction of the contours, the data should meet the following
• Gradations : Use images that do not contain continuous gradations and that have clearly defined borders between colours.
• Colours: Binary (black and white) (recommended)
• Resolution: High (Note, however, that the optimal resolution may vary according to the complexity of the shape and the size when imprinted.)
Share files over the Internet
You can save images that contain material shapes as bitmap (BMP) files. You can then send the files over the Internet for confirmation of the finished results.
Optimize photograph images
You can automatically adjust the colors of a photograph image into those suitable for imprinting from the machine. This function is effective for a photograph image which uses a lot of colors.
Performing variable imprinting
Imprinting a different object on each sheet after changing part of imprint data is called “variable imprinting.”Similar to address printing on postal cards, data can be continuously imprinted while changing
contents. A CSV file is required to perform variable imprinting. A CSV file can be created using a spreadsheet software, etc.