PostPosted: Sat May 28, 2005 2:58 pm Post subject:
There are Photoshop filters for eliminating white and eliminating black. If the background is the only thing that is white thane use the filter and save a lot of time and the quality of the image. Save as a .png if you want to preserve the image quality.
Very interesting, i have saved the file as Truce reconmended to CompuServe(*.gif) but when saving to this type of format i loose quality of the image, the image itself is a comic like image and has to be saved in PNG because JPEG doesn't support transparency.
Could you or somebody else for that matter tell me where i can find these filters and how are they exactly called, what is the exact name of these filters?
By the way Truce, everything worked out fine except for the image quality that i lost when saving to the CompuServe(.gif) format, i have tried to save it to PNG.
I have followed your instructions and then instead of saving it to CompuServe(.gif), i saved it to PNG because i thought this would probably give me a better image quality but unfortunately it didn't give me a transparent background altough PNG should supposedly support transparency. So for now i have used the CompuServe(*.gif) but the more i look at it, the more i think this can be better 😟
Maybe i am, well most certainly i am doing something wrong and don't know what it is, some extra pointers would be very helpfull 😎 .