Making a Watermark and Putting it in Picture Shark

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  1. Patm1313

    Patm1313 TPF Noob!

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    I have made a watermark in Gimp, and I have saved it as many different file types. This watermark has transparency around it. Whenever I input it into Picture shark as a stamp, it comes up with a white box around it where it's supposed to be transparent. How should I save a stamp so that it shows the transparency in Picture Shark?
     
  2. Alex_B

    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    in picture shark you can use a jpeg, and that jpeg does not need any transparency at all. just make sure you have all you want transparent in one colour.

    then make sure you ticked the use transparence box, select thet colour you want transparent ... and there you go.

    play with the sliders for feather, transp. tolerance and opacity. if they are in odd positions, you might not see much transparency.
     
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