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Making Photo Suite 13 Background Transparent (Not Working)


PepperMan
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So when I make the background transparent for a logo in Photo Suite 13, the final image, (after I checked the transparent box, saved as PNG and masked out all white area) does not come out to be an image with a transparent background. What Am I doing wrong? I searched every where and when I find answers, they all say to do what I have already done!!!

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PepperMan

 

 

 

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What part are you trying to make transparent? Did you save the png file? What does it look like? What happens if you put that png file over another image? Do you see the background as transparent (see the image behind what is supposed to be transparent.

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I am trying to make the background transparent. The white space. And yes, when I over lay the image over another image it is not with a transparent background. For example, this screenshot of some random Windows desktop shows icons which have transparent backgrounds. Notice how there is no white background? I want to make it look like those...my image is a circle with camera lenses in it...I want just the circle and the space around it to be transparent so that when I apply it to logo makers, there is no WHITE background....Hope this helps further explain my question.

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Got it.

 

Try making a circular cut out of what you want rather than trying to use a transparency. Open the image you want to add the cut off to and then position it properly. Here is a two minute non-optimized result of what you get.

 

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