Cinepaint Transparency

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  • #3749
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    Bump500
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    How do you make the background transparent?
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    #3753
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    T
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    I photoshop in the layer window, right click and press on the blending options.

    In the blending options window, you choose white and set your transparence offset

    #3759
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    Bump500
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    “T” wrote: I photoshop in the layer window, right click and press on the blending options.

    In the blending options window, you choose white and set your transparence offset

    I don’t have photoshop. I was talking about how o do it in Cinepaint.

    #3762
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    T
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    cinepaint???

    I don’t know this proggie.

    But if it’s a photo editing proggie, then it would be something similiar as in PS.

    #3814
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    CinePaint is similar to Photoshop. I don’t have enough experience with its brother, the Gimp, to know how to do it, but Patryk’s suggestion might work here as well.

    Stefan.

    #3860

    Here ya go! I know it won’t teach you, but nobody here seems to know.

    EDIT: Oops!? Ummm it was transparent…. well I took the background out… atleast.

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