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A clipping path is a vector path which allows part of an image to show while hiding the rest. For example, if you apply a oval clipping path to a photo, the image will be visible inside the oval. Everything that is "left over," or outside the oval "frame" will disappear.

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If you are referring to clipping paths in exported/imported raster formats, such as jpeg.  We don't currently support them.


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You can also create the path and then hit the mask button and then export the picture as a png.

Maybe this helps in some situations?

 

I guess you'll be adding them at some point anyway right?


 

 

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