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Is there anyway to put one project into another?

NyaNekos 2 years ago updated by Jona (Co-Founder & Lead Developer) 2 years ago 1

Is there anyway to put one project into another? I entered the contest and I've been doing that project on another canvas... is there a way to put the music and canvas together?

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I know this answer might be a little too late. However, here is what you could do to put one project into another. Essentially, you would copy frames across projects.


So if you want to copy project B frames into project A you would do the following steps.

  1. Open project B.
  2. Open the Frames viewer, tap to select all frames and copy them.
  3. Open project A.
  4. Open the Frames viewer and tap paste. All frames from project B will be copied over.

*** Some very important things to keep in mind ***


1. Different canvas sizes

Pasting a different canvas size frame into another will cause the image to stretch to fit. So it might not look as desired.


2. Number of layers across Project A and B

Copied frames contains all their original layers. So when you paste into another project the layers will go one to one from bottom to top. If project A only contains one layer and the copied frames contains 3 layers, only the first bottom layer will be copied. So you will be missing the top 2 layers. In this case just add some extra layers to match the copied frames layer count.

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Answered

I know this answer might be a little too late. However, here is what you could do to put one project into another. Essentially, you would copy frames across projects.


So if you want to copy project B frames into project A you would do the following steps.

  1. Open project B.
  2. Open the Frames viewer, tap to select all frames and copy them.
  3. Open project A.
  4. Open the Frames viewer and tap paste. All frames from project B will be copied over.

*** Some very important things to keep in mind ***


1. Different canvas sizes

Pasting a different canvas size frame into another will cause the image to stretch to fit. So it might not look as desired.


2. Number of layers across Project A and B

Copied frames contains all their original layers. So when you paste into another project the layers will go one to one from bottom to top. If project A only contains one layer and the copied frames contains 3 layers, only the first bottom layer will be copied. So you will be missing the top 2 layers. In this case just add some extra layers to match the copied frames layer count.