I managed to create the Illustrator image I want & now need to take this image & use it in another application. However, regardless of which way I attempt to export - jpg, tif or png, I'm still getting the (white artboard) background, which I do not want. I attempted to create another box & blend the background to the background of the other application that I am using, but it's still apparent.
Also, with some conversion, my image became distorted or changed the image colors a little bit.
What's the process to remove unwanted backgrounds from Illustrator images? Here's some samples.
.png is supposed to support transparency. Can you post your illustrator file? Use the Attach Files at the bottom of the forum text window. What program are you placing this graphic into? What is the color mode of the illustrator file when created?
I attached 3 files for review.
Both 'jpg' images became brighter during conversion then the original image & we have a color scheme that we are trying to follow.
JLooxMaker is a GUI interface that needs to be used in another application that will put tags or links into it. Kind of a confusing process, but what we are trying to capture is "clean" Illustrator images that can be converted to JLooxMaker images.
I also attached a picture to visulize the differences.
Hope this helps.
Here is the PNG with transparency using the Save for Web & Devices…
I had to change the internal B&W grads of the object because transparency was used to make the grads which will cause the background to show through the grads when you place these in your Web Program. You will need to redo the Gradations to replace the transparency with White.
I think the color shift you're seeing is largely due to the Transparency in your Gradations causing the background color to show through the Grads. You can check this by placing a big background color rectangle object behind the graphic and activating the Overprint Preview, View>Overprint Preview in Illustrator. This allows you to see what the Transparency interactions are going to do.
What if you want to remove the white background from a .AI file and save it as a .AI file. I believe I need to save it as a .AI file because the PNG image is not transparent in my AE template. I still see white. I normally trace logos clients give me but this client sent a .AI file with a white background.
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