Paint.NET :: Remove Part Of Image Or Transparent To Stay In Created Image

Dec 29, 2011

I was just wondering as to whether its possible to keep the checkered base which you get when you remove part of an image or have it transparent to stay in the created image.

I am sure you all know this.

Here is the YouTube background which I have created and wondering if I am able to keep the checkered base or whatever in the image after I have saved it rather than print screening and pasting it back like a jigsaw puzzle.

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Paint.NET :: How To Remove Background From Image And Make It Transparent

Mar 15, 2012

I need the logo of my team from a game I play so I can modify or create profile cards. I have the original card and I'm trying to copy and paste the logo so I can use it on another image with a different background or theme. But when I copy and paste the logo I want to use, I use the "select" option and it goes with the original background. Is there an option so I can make the background dissappear and just get my logo on a transparent background for future use or edition? In this case I'm trying to make a St.Patrick's theme for the fan page of my team.

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Paint Shop Pro :: Prevent Part Of Image From Being Transparent?

Sep 16, 2012

I am using PSP X4.

I am working with transparent images. An example is the image below. I've added borders so you can see what I'm doing.

As you can see, the background is solid white, but the image itself is primarily white. I want only the background to be transparent.

I've dabbled with the GIF Optimizer feature to make the background transparent, but part of the actual image becomes transparent also, since it contains white.

One thing I tried doing was use the color replacer to change the white background to another color, but in doing so, some of the image itself changes to yellow, despite my trying to avoid that.

Is it possible to configure PSP so that only the background is transparent? If so, what's the most practical method?

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Paint Shop Pro :: Tool To Just Remove Small Part Of Image?

Aug 2, 2011

I realize this will be a ridiculously basic question for most of you since I'm very new to Paint Shop Pro, but I've been trying all sorts of tools today trying to find the most efficient way to do something.

I sell clothing online, and I'm looking for the best way to quickly remove the price from an image of the retail tag. Everything I've tried seems to be tedious, so I don't think I've got the right tool so far. I just want to be able to do what was called a "Smart Erase" in my old Digital Image Pro program -- I simply drew a quick outline around the area to be erased, and then clicked on the erase button, and the price was gone off the tag (it inserted the same background area there).

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GIMP :: Overlay Portion Of Image With Faded Map With Non-transparent Part Of Second Image

Apr 4, 2012

I have a PNG image with only one layer as a start point. It has a faded map on it.

I have a second PNG image with a hex grid on it. I do colour to Alpha to establish transparency on the hex grid for white filled hexes (others are not filled with white).

Now, I wish to overlay a portion of the first image with the faded map with the non-transparent part of the second image.

So I select by colour (for the hexes not filled with white) on the second image (the overlay) and I then paste to the first image (after creating a transparency layer and selecting it to receive the overlay).

I see the desired overlay section (minus any transparent stuff as expected), however it is centered over the map in the first image, not where I want it to be. It is a floating selection and must be anchored. So I select the anchor icon in the layer dialog and I think I anchor it into the transparency layer on the first image (that's what I'm trying to do anyway).

And then my problem:

I want to move the thing I just pasted in to the right place with respect to the underlying faded map. I attempt to use the move tool, but all I move is the background map (pretty much the opposite of what I want).

Nothing I do seems to let me reselect the pasted-in overlay so that I can move it.

Why I can't ever reposition the pasted in overlay? It should be in the transparency layer I created but even if I select all, I don't seem to be able to move anything other than the background image.

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Mar 14, 2012

How to I set the default for when I duplicate part of an image and want it to stay closer to what I am working on in X-5.

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Paint.NET :: Place Image With Transparent Background On Top Of Another Image

May 26, 2013

I used to be able to do this but have forgotten how. I would like to remove the bg from a small image, ie make it's bg transparent, and place that small image on top of a large image, a banner. Not sure what I am doing wrong but when I place the small image on the large one the entire image is transparent, not just the bg.

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GIMP :: Making Part Of Image Transparent

Nov 18, 2013

I am wanting g to make a person partially transparent for a picture I am working on. I know you can use opacity but after I make the selection, the entire image still gets transparent.

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GIMP :: Making Part Of Image Transparent?

Jun 30, 2013

I have an image that I am using as an app icon (embedded in a basic4android compilation). The image is in .png form and is a square with rounded corners. I want the corners to be transparent. When I outline the area I want to make transparent and then select clear it changes the current color (black) to white. When I use this saved file in my compilation the icon that it produces has corners that are white not transparent. How should I be doing this?

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Nov 2, 2012

I like the 3D Tool but is it possible to use the 3D tool to raise the nontransparent part of an imported image while leaving the transparent part flat?

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Sep 9, 2013

I have a jpeg with a white background and solid colored clipart image. I need to remove the colored part of the jpeg image with magic wand in illustrator cs6 and make it a vector image. The magic wand doesn't seem to do anything in illustrator. I did it in Photoshop and saved it as a PNG with trnsprnt background opened it up in illustrator and it was all jagged. It is such a simple image, only two colors, blue on white.

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Paint.NET :: When Image Size Altered Watermark Stay Same Size

Oct 1, 2011

can a watermark stay the same size even when an image size is altered? say if its text and it gets too big when i enlarge the image how do i shrink the watermark ? when it is already merged and flattened as one picture without a separate layer.

such as a php or java script to keep the watermark distinct in a way even in a flattened pic or to select the watermark to erase it and re-apply it in the right font size back onto the resized pic?

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Paint Shop Pro :: V12 / How To Do A Transparent Image

Dec 30, 2011

I have 2 gif images. On image2 I have erased the background so as all you see is the checkerboerd.I want to place image2 (the visible part) on to image1.

I'm sure I have done all the correct procedures but the #2 image will show either a black or white background when pasted on to image 1.

These are the rules I followed. To make one image color transparent

1. Choose Image Palette Set Palette Transparency. If you are prompted to reduce the color depth and number of layers, click Yes to continue and then choose the options for decreasing color depth.

2. On the Set Palette Transparency dialog box, choose one of the following options:

• Set the transparency value to the current background color — makes the background color transparent

• Set the transparency value to a palette entry — specifies a color to be transparent. Click the color in the image, or click the color box to select from the current color picker. If you want to view the transparency, click Proof.

3. Click OK. The color is now transparent; however, it may still be displayed until you hide it.

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Paint.NET :: Saving Transparent Image In BMP / TGA

Sep 4, 2011

I just went through the tutorial on making an image transparent. It says that it should be saved as png most of the time. It also states that smaller images may not work. I am trying to make a symbol for my clan in a online game. The symbol is 32x32 and must be either in bmp or tga file..I have tried and seem to be coming up short here.

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Dec 19, 2012

Is it very difficult to put a "ghostly" transparent figure over a fiery background picture?
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Aug 1, 2012

I have A background Image I want to make transparent how would I do this I know how to make the background behind the image transparent but not the image its self.

I want to be able to make the whole thing transparent/translucent.

I do have this in png but it is 2.5 meg and only aloud to post up to 256k

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Jun 21, 2011

Is it possible to remove the nike- logo from the left and right shoe of the picture?

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Mar 31, 2011

Trying very hard to figure out how to remove the white box from around this image and preserve it to use in another background. I can not get the steps right. Can a seasoned user give me a few easy steps.

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Aug 18, 2011

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Jun 10, 2010

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Jul 22, 2012

I'm trying to make the background in an image transparent. After I save the image to my desktop, I check it out and it doesn't appear transparent. I open it in Paint.NET and sure enough, it's not. I know I know how to make things transparent because i've done it before but it just won't work this time.

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Paint.NET :: Cutting Out Transparent Areas Of Image

Apr 28, 2011

If there is a tool or plug in, or effective technique for copying the translucent areas of an image?

This is an original image [URL]......


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Jul 31, 2012

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Paint.NET :: Image Refuses To Have A Transparent Background

Dec 30, 2011

Trying (in vain) to get the background of this picture transparent...Its white right now and i tried alphamask the whole picture looked like it had seen a ghost but it still wasn't transparent the magic wand refuses to do so either perhaps i'm doing something wrong?

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Nov 26, 2012

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I am very new to corel paint and accidentally added a horrible texture to an image - how to remove the texture.

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Paint.NET :: How To Remove All Transparency From The Image / Layer

Oct 19, 2012

The attached image has transparencythat I don't want.

What I would like to do is eliminate all transparency from the image so that I can then use the eraser tool to make transparent the areas that I want transparent.

I can't figure out how to remove all transparency from the image / layer. I'm new to, it may be obvious to others how to do this but not to me

The layer properties (where I thought I'd fix this) show opacity 255 now but the image still has unwanted transparency.

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Paint.NET :: Remove White Border Of Image?

May 10, 2013

When I remove the background of an image theres always this white border thats on it. Ive filled background in another colour and cropped the image but the white border is always there. How do i remove this?

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Aug 31, 2013

What is the easiest and quickest way to remove this section or blur it with the background?  I've tried using the dropper to select the background colour nearby and then using the paint brush to cover it up but my "fix up" seems to stand out just as much as the blutac did in the original...  

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Paint.NET :: Clear Up Part Of Image?

Apr 4, 2011

A friend of mine gave a picture and asked me to clear up a part of it.

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