If you always scan continuously, the page management will be like drawing a manga, so I'm a little troubled. I think it's convenient to draw manga, but I don't draw manga, so ...
Published date : 1 month ago
Updated date : 1 month ago
1 month agoI don't think it can be done at present. I scan and save them all together with another software and then load them into CLIP STUDIO PAINT. EX continuous scan doesn't seem to be a function to continuously scan multiple crops.
＞ I think it's good to scan continuously with the scanner app normally.
In that case, you have to scan and save multiple elements with another software and then load them into CLIP STUDIO PAINT, which is quite troublesome.
For example, it is common practice to draw rough sketches of multiple elements of a picture (warriors, monsters, backgrounds, etc.) on paper, scan them, and combine them in software.
If, after creating a canvas with CLIP STUDIO PAINT, start the scanner from Menu> File, specify multiple crops, and load the scanned ones directly into the canvas as separate layers, it would be very easy.
Currently, when you start the scanner from Menu> File, the scanner driver seems to close when you finish scanning the first crop even if you specify multiple crops. If you want to scan multiple things set in the scanner, you have to repeat the scan from Menu> Files.
In most cases, it must be said that CLIP STUDIO PAINT's scan-related functions are a little inferior, considering that the driver is usually closed after continuously scanning all the specified crops.
Besides, CLIP STUDIO PAINT can only use the scan function after creating the canvas. It would be nice if you could scan without creating a canvas and automatically create a canvas from the driver's scan settings ... (I feel like that with ordinary software).
For example, if you have a total of 9 roughs and you can set 3 roughs on the scanner at once, you can usually leave it to the software with only 3 operations, but with CLIP STUDIO PAINT, 9 without any price. Two operations are required. This is a little.
Well, it would be useless to make a request for management, so I haven't made it.
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