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Making Image Transparent While Keeping Image Animated?


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I would like to know how to take an animated image that has a solid background color behind it and make that bg transparent while keeping the animated image animated. In other words, it seems as if when you take an image in PDN and make the background transparent, the image remains in only one frame of the animation upon saving it. I hope that makes sense.

Here's an example....

I'd like someone, if they could please, to show me how to take this image:

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And make the background transparent. As you can see, the image is animated so I'd like to keep it animated while taking the white out of the background of the image.

Any help and instruction on this is greatly appreciated. Thank you. :D

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You can take the background out, but it's impossible to make it animated with Paint.NET. It is not an animation program. You can edit and save the first frame, but that's about it.

 

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