psd with transparentz --> gif with white (#FFFFFF) canvas

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taiSon

psd with transparentz --> gif with white (#FFFFFF) canvas

Post by taiSon » Thu Feb 23, 2006 7:15 am

Hallo everybody!

I have a problem with nconvert.exe

I have a PSD with 2 layers:
1. transparent
2. transparent + icon

I'm using following parameters:

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.\PROGRAMME\nconvert.exe -quiet -out gif -dpi 72 -ratio -resize 089 150 -colors 256 -o .\MASCHINE\WEBDATEN-ALT\%%_alt.gif .\URSPRUNG\*.psd
a) The converted GIF has only 18 dpi
b) The converted GIF has a white background, BUT NOT REALY WHITE WITH #FFFFFF. It has a white with #FCFEFC (1% CYAN, 1% YELLOW)

The additional CODE hasn't helped, too:

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-transparent 100 -transpcolor 0 0 0

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Re: psd with transparentz --> gif with white (#FFFFFF) ca

Post by xnview » Thu Feb 23, 2006 9:49 am

taiSon wrote:Hallo everybody!

I have a problem with nconvert.exe

I have a PSD with 2 layers:
1. transparent
2. transparent + icon

I'm using following parameters:

Code: Select all

.\PROGRAMME\nconvert.exe -quiet -out gif -dpi 72 -ratio -resize 089 150 -colors 256 -o .\MASCHINE\WEBDATEN-ALT\%%_alt.gif .\URSPRUNG\*.psd
a) The converted GIF has only 18 dpi
b) The converted GIF has a white background, BUT NOT REALY WHITE WITH #FFFFFF. It has a white with #FCFEFC (1% CYAN, 1% YELLOW)

The additional CODE hasn't helped, too:

Code: Select all

-transparent 100 -transpcolor 0 0 0
Could you send me a sample?
Pierre.

taiSon

Post by taiSon » Thu Feb 23, 2006 12:45 pm

i've sent it to we*ma****@xnvie*.com.

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