1 - Run Embird and click "Editor" menu to switch to Editor window.
2 - Open the design, which you want to save for Brother PR-1000 Jumbo Frame. To open a design, click "File" menu and choose "Open" command. Please note, that you probably will have to split this design into two parts.
3 - Click the "Hoop Size" button, or select the "Options -> Hoop Size" menu (Picture No. 1).
Picture No. 1
4 - Choose "Brother PR-1000 Jumbo Frame - Horizontal" or "Brother PR-1000 Jumbo Frame - Vertical" option (Picture No. 2). Typical orientation is horizontal, with two overlapping sections. The vertical position works the same way as the horizontal does, just the parts are automatically rotated by -90 degrees when loading/saving from/to the hard disk. Confirm the hoop selection by clicking "OK" button.
Picture No. 2
5 - You can see now, that the design exceeds the size of one of the two overlapping sections (red, green), which create the Brother PR-1000 Jumbo Frame. Therefore the design must be split into two parts (Picture No. 3). Use "Freehand Select Mode" button to select the stitches you want to cut out (separate). More information regarding splitting is available in Interactive Freehand Splitting tutorial.
Picture No. 3
6 - Once you have selected the area you want to separate, it will be displayed in red color. Click "Split" button (or select the "Edit -> Split" menu) to split the design, this will separate the red selection (Picture No. 4).
Picture No. 4
7 - You can see design parts (1 and 2) in the "Object Order Bar" at the right side of the screen (Picture No. 5). Each part now lies completely either in the top (red) or in the bottom (green) section of Brother PR-1000 Jumbo Frame.
Picture No. 5
8 - Use "File -> Save As" command to save the whole design to a file on your disk. In the "Choose Format" dialog box choose the Babylock, Bernina, Brother .PES format. In the second dialog box that appears on the screen you can choose the file name of the design being saved. Embird will save the both parts (i.e. both hoop sections) into a single .PES file.