Could you please post a screenshot to illustrate the issue?
In which file format did you save the file with the Clipping Path?
You would have to designate a Path as Clipping Path (select it and invoke »Clipping Path« from the Paths Panel’s flout menu), then save the file as an eps.
Some layout applications can utilise embedded paths to clip images even if they are not »Clipping Path«, this might be especially beneficial because one can avoid the eps format that way.
But frankly I think this image is not a good choice for clipping by Path and you should rather use a Layer Mask and save as psd.
The problem is here I 'm already saving as jpeg file format. Do you what is different the jpeg and psd file format?
jpg does not support Layers and transparency, psd does.
But like I said some applications can utilise embedded Paths anyway, do depending on which layout application you intend to use the image in a jpg with Paths may work out. If you decide to stick with Paths as opposed to transparency.
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I am agreed with you but what is transparency apps name?
I might be misunderstanding the issue.
The file format psd supports Layers and transparency and psd-files can be placed in applications like Indesign and Illustrator.
But using transparency in those applications can cause the export time to go up steeply depending on the PDF/X specification one uses.