Compatible with Clip Studio Paint Ver. 1.9.14
Once your work is completed, try saving and sharing it.
You will need to purchase Clip Studio Paint in order to save your work.
Saving and opening your work
■ Save a work
To save, tap [Command Bar] > [Save] or select [File] menu > [Save].
If you save the file within [Clip Studio] on [This iPad], you can save the work as a Clip Studio format file (.clip) or a work management file (.cmc).
Works (clip, cmc) saved in the app can be shared with other devices such as PCs and iPads using Clip Studio's Cloud Service.
Refer here for information on how to share your work using the Clip Studio Paint Cloud Service.
■ Autosave (Ver.2.3 or later)
From Ver.2.3 onwards, it is possible to automatically save data after a certain period of time.
If you want to change the settings, select Clip Studio Paint menu > Preferences in studio mode.
Select File and turn on Save at regular intervals to change the Save mode, Save interval, etc.
Save interval: You can set the time in 1 minute increments between 5 and 60 minutes.
Save mode: You can select Overwrite or Save recovery information.
In the default settings Overwrite is selected.
If you select Save recovery information, if Clip Studio Paint terminates unexpectedly, the canvas will be automatically restored from the restoration information the next time you start it.
For more information about Autosave in the tablet interface of Galaxy Fold devices, please read the article below.
■ Open a work
To open a work, tap [Command Bar] > [Open] or select [File] menu > [Open].
Choose the work you want to open fom those displayed in the Files app.
Manage files in the Files app
Works saved in [File Operation/Share] before Clip Studio Paint Ver.1.9.4 are stored in the Files app under [On This iPad] > [Clip Studio].
Note: Saved works can be moved, duplicated, and deleted using the Files app.
To change the order of files or how they are displayed, swipe down on the folder and choose your new settings from the menu.
To share .jpg and .png works in the photo library or other apps, tap and hold on the file.
From the displayed menu, select [Share] > [Save Image] to save the image to the photo library.
Select [Move] to move the file to another folder in the Files app.
Publishing to social media with [Quick Share]
With [Quick Share], you can effortlessly share works that are open in Clip Studio Paint.
If the image is is larger than 4096 pixels, the output image will be automatically shrunk to fit this size.
Tap [File] menu > [Quick Share].
(2) Select the service you want to share from in the menu shown.
(3) Images are automatically exported and shared with the service selected.
Easily save files to the Photo Library
Clip Studio Paint for iPad files can be saved and exported from the Files app, but the [Quick Share] feature allows you to export directly to the Photo Library.
Tap the [File] menu > [Quick Share], then choose [Save Image] from the displayed menu.
Exporting in Common Formats
As the .clip format is exclusive to Clip Studio Paint, files will need to be exported as general-purpose image formats such as png, jpg, or psd to be used with other apps and devices.
Change settings and export
To change settings like the Expression Color and Export Size, go to the [File] menu > [Export (Single Layer)]
Adding a watermark to your artwork (Ver. 2.2 and later)
By checking Add a watermark at the bottom of the Export dialog, you can add a watermark to your exported image.
Choose the watermark to be added in the Watermark settings dialog. You can load any image from File or From Photo Library and use the handles on the preview screen to specify the placement, size, and angle, and change the watermark opacity and blending mode.
Watermark settings are saved in the app, so you can apply the same settings when exporting other projects.