atkulp Posted June 22, 2011 Share Posted June 22, 2011 When I select an image against a solid background to convert it to a transparent background, there are often extra half-background pixels due to the anti-aliasing. Is there a way to either a) scale the selection toward the center instead of from a corner, or use a smarter selection tool to outline an object and convert anti-aliased pixels to their semi-transparent equivalents? Sorry if this is a common question or there is a common plugin for it. I'm a long-time Paint.NET user but first-time poster. I searched the forums and tried some plugins first! -Arian Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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