mkanet Posted May 6, 2008 Share Posted May 6, 2008 If I load a TGA file with transparency, and save the file as a PNG without making any changes, the transparency color changes slightly. Shouldn't the a PNG look identical to the TGA file? I only notice a change in quality with images that have transparency. This problem doesnt happen with Gimp or Photoshop. Attached, you will find 3 images. If I save STT.TGA as a png, it will no longer look exactly like the source. How can I make paint.net convert this file without changing the original quality of the picture? STT.TGA, after saved as a png (and/or saved back as a TGA), should have a transparent gradient which matches seamlessly with the original STLC.TGA. Why does the transparent gradient get altered? How can I force Paint.net to convert an image without any change in the picture. Lossless to lossess conversion should be identical if done right. Again, it appears Gimp and Photoshop do this correctly. Thanks, Michael Desktop.zip Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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