why transparent background turns white

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hello so add two titles then delete the background so it turnsparent and hit save as and its just all white picture. 

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Adobe Community Professional , May 10, 2022 May 10, 2022

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Try turning off "Use GPU Compositing" in Preferences > Performance tab

 

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Try turning off "Use GPU Compositing" in Preferences > Performance tab

 

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im using onlinephotosoft lol

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@truth24399609dinp wrote:

im using onlinephotosoft


 

Do you have a question about Adobe Photoshop?

 

Jane

 

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it depends how you are saving it. If you have Photoshop Layers, and you remove or delete the background so that it is transparent --- it will stay transparent in the PSD file, but if you try to export to export it for the web you might see a WHITE background for GIF, PNG, and JPEG. JPEG does NOT do transparency, so if trying to save as a JPEG it jsut wont work, and you lose transparency. GIF and PNG however can save transparent files, you just have to make sure you cliek the "Transparency" checkbox in the save for Web Dialogue box (File>Export>Save for Web..).

 

Or if using File>Export>Export As -  you can save an image with transparent bsckground by selecting GIF, SVG, and PNG (for PNG again you need to select the "Transparency": checkbox.

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hope this helps!

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mark

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Mark, they said they are using a free alternative to Photoshop.

 

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Doh! I see that now.... I missed that reply... I was just responding to the first question.  Good catch!

 

I guess some people have no life and too much. time on their hands.

Thanks!

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May 23, 2022 May 23, 2022

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Hi there, Even though I am following every step to get a transpararent GIF I am still not getting a transparent background. I also changed the preferences and turned off GPU composition. I am not sure if this issue has to do with the new Mac Pro M1 computer. Just in case, I will upload the screen shots just in case. thanks for your help

Pati

 

 

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May 24, 2022 May 24, 2022

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It looks transparent in Photoshop, transparent in Save for Web Dialogue... and the animation also looks transparent. Seems likes it working... not sure what the issue is?

 

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May 24, 2022 May 24, 2022

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I appreciate you checking on it. Even though it looks transparent, even
when i upload the image to GIFHY, when i share it, in several platforms, it
losses the transparency. I know it is crazy, but here’s the same image. The
one with black background is transparent. The one with white background is
the same imaged after i shared it. Thanks again for your help. I’m about to
give up though. 😛


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I am not seeing anything attached here. But I downloaded your previous GIF which does look like it is showing a background.

I have been making GIFS for decades... it definitely works. Do you have the most current version of Photoshop? Perhaps trying restarting Photohsop while holding down Command+Option+Shift? See if that helps?

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