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muhib1996

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Hi there, Please look below:

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The RED higlighted background is an extra white background. I want to remove that white background and keep only the real image. I tried to crop the white background with GIMP, but it's hard to cut the edges smoothly using a mouse. I also saved the image as PNG but didn't work. Do you understand? I just want to keep the very real image, not any extra background.
Is there any tricky way to do this?
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There is a simple way:
Color to Alpha

Edited by devper94, 04 September 2011 - 09:48 AM.

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muhib1996

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There is a simple way:
Color to Alpha


Oh, Amazing. Thanks for the help
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