TIFF, 2 layers, transparent --> JPEG, blue

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TIFF, 2 layers, transparent --> JPEG, blue

Post by TaiSon » Tue Dec 20, 2005 12:55 pm

Hello,

I have produced a tiff/lzw 600x600/72dpi with two layers (photoshop 7):
1. layer: Picture with hard shadow
2. layer: transparent

Now I would like to convert this picture with nconvert.exe to jpegs with several background-colors , for example 229 229 229, BUT it should be inked only the second, transparent layer!

.\nconvert.exe -quiet -out jpeg -dpi 72 -resize 350 350 -q 95 -o .\WEB\%%_detail.jpg .\ROOT\???????.tif

Questions:
1. How could I realize this with nconvert?
2. Why can't I open the produced jpg in Photoshop (out of the tiff) with the settings above? xnview shows the jpg!

windows2000 SP4 / photoshop 7

thanks for your answers

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Re: TIFF, 2 layers, transparent --> JPEG, blue

Post by xnview » Tue Dec 20, 2005 1:36 pm

TaiSon wrote:Hello,

I have produced a tiff/lzw 600x600/72dpi with two layers (photoshop 7):
1. layer: Picture with hard shadow
2. layer: transparent

Now I would like to convert this picture with nconvert.exe to jpegs with several background-colors , for example 229 229 229, BUT it should be inked only the second, transparent layer!

.\nconvert.exe -quiet -out jpeg -dpi 72 -resize 350 350 -q 95 -o .\WEB\%%_detail.jpg .\ROOT\???????.tif

Questions:
1. How could I realize this with nconvert?
Sorry, currently not possible
2. Why can't I open the produced jpg in Photoshop (out of the tiff) with the settings above? xnview shows the jpg!
Strange, could you send me the jpeg file?
Pierre.

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Post by Guest » Tue Dec 20, 2005 2:16 pm

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