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Transparent PNGs. Am I doing useless work? At what zoom level to check?

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Apr 25, 2024 Apr 25, 2024

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When you create PNGs, do you limit yourself to looking for and eliminating the "dirty and useless" pixels in the transparent area that can be seen at 100-200% or even those that are present but can only be identified by zooming in at 500-1200%?

 

Maybe I'm doing useless work because I re-examine the image and waste a lot of time or is that right?

 

Do the moderators check for useless pixels even a lift enlargement in your opinion?

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Community Expert , Apr 25, 2024 Apr 25, 2024

You need to eliminate all pixels in the transparent area. Those “dirty” pixels will be highly visible, if the buyer does certain operations with your file. However, to detect those pixels, you do not need to do a lot of hard work.

 

Can you see the dirty pixel in this work?

Abambo_1-1714067242247.png

Abambo_4-1714068040733.png

 

Using a stroke effect Abambo_2-1714067360799.png, you can make it highly visible:

Abambo_3-1714067424969.png

(even that I did put some effort into the pixel, to make it highly transparent and tiny).

 

You can just brush full transparency over it, and the ret dot disappears

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You need to eliminate all pixels in the transparent area. Those “dirty” pixels will be highly visible, if the buyer does certain operations with your file. However, to detect those pixels, you do not need to do a lot of hard work.

 

Can you see the dirty pixel in this work?

Abambo_1-1714067242247.png

Abambo_4-1714068040733.png

 

Using a stroke effect Abambo_2-1714067360799.png, you can make it highly visible:

Abambo_3-1714067424969.png

(even that I did put some effort into the pixel, to make it highly transparent and tiny).

 

You can just brush full transparency over it, and the ret dot disappears. The beauty of this is, on huge assets, you can even look at the asset at 10% or less, and you see the marks.

2024-04-25_19-55-35.gif

 

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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