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Using Photosuite - Cut Out Feature


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I have been trying and cannot figure out how to take a photo that I have cut out the item I want and get rid of the rest of the outside framing and just leave the cut out. I want to use this in videos and other things but cannot for the life of me figure it out.

 

So basically, I have cut out an item, now I have the cut out but it did not remove the remainder oif the pic and when I insert it somewhere else I get to sqaure of the pic that covers the photo. I want to just have the cut out. Please help.

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So basically, I have cut out an item, now I have the cut out but it did not remove the remainder oif the pic and when I insert it somewhere else I get to sqaure of the pic that covers the photo. I want to just have the cut out. Please help.
Usually most people use JPEG file format because it is more common. However, JPEG has limitations. For one thing, it doesn't support transparency. Just save your cut out to another file format that supports transparency like PNG.

 

Open PhotoSuite

Load your file

create the cut out

SAVE AS PNG

Click Options and make sure transparency is checked

Click OK and then SAVE to save the file

 

Now load that file into Videowave as OVERLAY or you can add it to another image in photoSuite.

 

That's it.

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Usually most people use JPEG file format because it is more common. However, JPEG has limitations. For one thing, it doesn't support transparency. Just save your cut out to another file format that supports transparency like PNG.

 

Open PhotoSuite

Load your file

create the cut out

SAVE AS PNG

Click Options and make sure transparency is checked

Click OK and then SAVE to save the file

 

Now load that file into Videowave as OVERLAY or you can add it to another image in photoSuite.

 

That's it.

Thanks very much, am trying it right now!!

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