Harmony Draw Guide > Scanning > Scan Process

The Scanning Process

There are three steps in the scanning process which Harmony handles automatically:

Vectorization
Line art and colour art creation
Optical registration

You can choose the following vectorization styles, which are set at the vectorization step:

Solid lines
Texture lines

This keeps your texture from the original drawing and applies it to your vectorized drawing as a bitmap filling zone.

The scanning process

Harmony receives images from any TWAIN device, such as scanners or digital cameras. These images can either be loaded as bitmaps into your scene or converted into vector-based images that can be edited using Harmony.

You must install a TWAIN driver for your device in order to access its contents. Refer to the manufacturer of your device to get a TWAIN driver. Once all the animation layers are scanned in, you can set the timing in the digital exposure sheet.