senrisei Posted September 27, 2015 Share Posted September 27, 2015 Hey, uhm... I've been creating pixel art sprites in Paint.net and there is one thing causing me serious issues. What I've been doing is making multi-layer images with fully opaque art on each layer surrounded by fully transparent backgrounds. I've been batch converting copies of my PDN files into PNGs with an external program (Irfanview) and issues with transparent backgrounds leaving behind odd pixels that weren't made transparent. I returned to paint.net and used Image sampling + eyedropper to find out that some "Transparent" pixels had a alpha of 1/255. Is there a way to prevent this while still leaving the image as a pdn? Or alternatively, is there a way to batch process the pdns to png without these semitransparent pixels becoming opaque? (Batch - as in without individually flattening and saving what will be 500 PDNs) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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