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Discussion in 'Help' started by Duke_Jordan, Aug 9, 2013.
Save the png as 32 bit.
@lavalord problem solved. i install paint.net and i dont have that white boxes.
Does anyone know how to save as 32 or 24 bit .png when using Photoshop. I usually use paint.net which is easier to use but i wanna learn it for Photoshop CS6.
When you save a png in photoshop if you have transparency it will automatically make the image 32 bit (8 bits for each channel; red, blue, green, alpha). If you want to save as a 24 bit png I would recommend either not using any alpha channel (transparency) or using save for web and devices and unchecking transparency.
Sweet man. Thanks as always Skinney.
I installed Paint.net but am still seeing the white box around my custom head.
How in Paint.net do I set the transparency? I thought by saving, selecting 32 bit, setting transparency as 255, that I would achieve it.
But the box still appears.
Thank you in advance for your help!
Are you saving in 32-bit png right? Because there's no such thing as transparency level in 32-bit, it should be gray for something else than 8-bit.
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