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Yaël Maritz

Me and my buddy made a simple filter that does just that :D
you can download it here:

http://yaelmaritz.com/extras_killWhite.html

ryso

Thanks for the help guys, much appreciated.

r.krishna

Thank you very much for this tip. You can also do it by not going to image ready, click file - save for web devices in photoshop cs3 and click gif or png from drop down list. It is working and tested.

Thank you once again!

dave d

THANKS SO MUCH---Totally did the trick

Tiffany

Worked, thanks for the help.

g

Thanks a lot for your help!

Svein W

Corey -

If you make an alpha channel, you should check "Reverse Alpha" in the preferences for graphics import. Avid uses reverse colors for matte compared to Photoshop.

corey

I know this topic is old but, I'm a bit stuck. I want to get rid of the white background for use in a video using Avid. Every time I do the magic eraser and save as a .png, I get the reversed effect with the image shape being transparent and the white background showing.

Tobi

i have a image that i have cut all around in psd, and now i want to save the file as a jpg for a word application- however i do not want the imafamous white background- when i cut around it- i saved it in another file with the transparency background, thinkgint that would solve my problem- of course in illustrator it works perfectly, but my client wants to drop this graphic on top of a colored background in word-
is there a solution out there for me..
tia

Tobi

i have a image that i have cut all around in psd, and now i want to save the file as a jpg for a word application- however i do not want the imafamous white background- when i cut around it- i saved it in another file with the transparency background, thinkgint that would solve my problem- of course in illustrator it works perfectly, but my client wants to drop this graphic on top of a colored background in word-
is there a solution out there for me..
tia

Nick

Thank You so much, can i also save it as a .png

noah kagan

wow great advice. so freaking easy. glad i found this site. thanks!

Sue

What if you have a drop shadow on the graphic? how do you include that, but at a gradient, so it fades to show the background?

Tim

Another way to remove white or any colour for that matter from the background is to use Select>Colour Range. This gives you a more visual view of what is going to happen than the magic wand/magic eraser does and may work better for you.

Sneha

i want to know about how can u create a white background without looking jewellery(which is a clicked product)artifical.

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