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temo7077
02-20-2010, 04:20 AM
does anyone out ther know how to delete the background of an image to be able to place into BV so that you only see the image alone and not the square white background? ... in other words i created an image in my regular paint program in my computer, then i save it, then place it in to my BV page it appears with the white background that was saved in my local PC pictures folder...

i hope im explaining myself...

thanks

WSBlue
02-20-2010, 04:39 AM
do it at Photoshop and Save it as gif.
How many images you want to do ?

temo7077
02-20-2010, 05:55 AM
not many, couple at the most but mainly the logo of my company, which is an image that is kind of round and with a transparent backround and when i place it into BV the white background appears in the BV page...

zuriatman
02-20-2010, 06:09 AM
When you open a new blank page in your photo editor, ensure you select transparent as the background and not color.

For photos already with a color background, use the background eraser.

WSBlue
02-20-2010, 07:07 AM
[QUOTE=temo7077;336308] logo of company QUOTE]

I can do transparents background image for you, if you want . Have you published and what is your URL?

Collectors-info
02-20-2010, 07:16 AM
Paint.net (http://www.paint.net/) is a good & easy freebie for this type of image work.

temo7077
02-28-2010, 04:01 AM
[QUOTE=temo7077;336308] logo of company QUOTE]

I can do transparents background image for you, if you want . Have you published and what is your URL?
i have not published this one yet...maybe if you visit WWW.genesisglass.net/contact.php (http://www.genesisglass.net/contact.php) and send me your email there i can send you the picture that i would like to erase the white background....

thanks
temo7077

Vasili
04-09-2010, 08:23 AM
You must erase the background using a tool/editor that has that function included ... the earlier suggestion to use www.Paint.net (http://www.Paint.net) is a good one.
Others include PaintShop, PaintShopPro, PhotoShop, etc.

However, once you remove the background, you will need to SAVE the new image as a PNG image, and not as a GIF.