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Having trouble getting backdroup photo to fit forgeound

Posted: Sun, 18th Oct 2009, 4:16am

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FXhomer109562

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I am using tubetape digital backrounds , but I am having trouble getting them to fit behind my photo there are to small. can you help. crazy
Posted: Sun, 18th Oct 2009, 5:10am

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Axeman

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The "Position" toolset has a scale control that can be used to resize the background. You'll have to select the "Background" tab at the top to switch out of the foreground controls.

I don't know what the resolution of the Tubetape backdrops is, but you will be limited to some extent by the resolution. If you increase the scale significantly the quality will begin to drop.

What size did you set up your composition at?
Posted: Thu, 22nd Oct 2009, 6:31pm

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TubeTape

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Axeman is absolutely correct, it likely has to do with the scale and/or the size you have the composition set to. Our digital backgrounds should all be hi res, as we compliled the images with software like Photokey in mind. Hopefully the issue has already been resolved, but if not feel free to contact sales@tubetape.com - we're always more than happy to help!