How do I convert a design into multiple file formats at the same time?
Are you looking to convert a design into a number of machine file formats all at the same time?
This is so easy with Hatch Embroidery and doesn't take any longer than saving it as just one type of file format.
Follow these simple steps:
- Open "My Designs" library and click on the design you want to convert
- Single click on the design you want to convert and then select "Convert Selected Designs"
- Choose the file formats you would like to create.
- The files will now all be converted and saved into your folder of choice. Please be aware that if the design exceeds the stitch area available for that machine, it will not be converted. You may need to resize and convert is separately for that machine.
It really is just that easy - don't waste time with these admin type jobs, spend it on the fun embroidery things and putting a smile on people's faces when they see your designs come to life.
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