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  1. #11
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    Default Re: How do you remove the background from jpg?

    Try to save file as png so you will only get logo no background

  2. #12
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    Default Re: How do you remove the background from jpg?

    As far as I know, there are only three types of graphics that are web-worthy, with a transparent background: GIF, PNG 24-bit and 8-bit, and SVG which is a vector format not universally accepted yet. PNG 8-bit exported files save loading time, but the transparency is limited to one color, which might produce visible fringing around its edges.

    If you are not uploading to the web, there are number of file formats in bitmap construction that will do what you need: TIFF, PNG, and Adobe PSD to name a few.

    My Best,

    Gary

  3. #13
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    Default Re: How do you remove the background from jpg?

    I remember years ago trying to make an icon and getting my design to have a transparent background in a jpg. Not knowing any better, I couldn't understand why it kept putting in a white background by the time it reached the desktop. It was driving me nuts

 

 

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