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Windows 7: Button request - PNG to JPG

08 Sep 2011   #1
HDRoadKing

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Button request - PNG to JPG

Hi All,

I'm hoping one of the skilled photoshop guru's that inhabit this forum can help me out with this

Basically I have a set of PNG files that were made for my media center by Xzener. In order for them to display correctly, I need them in JPG format. Now before you say it, yes I can convert them myself, but when I do they loose their transparency and look rather poor.

What I need is for someone to take my existing PNG files (and since I can't have a JPG with a transparent backgound), "buttonize" them (perhaps a glassy look), then save them to JPG.

Below is an example. The A - C PNG file is my original and would like for it to look something like the 3D Movies image (but feel free to expand on the idea).

Anyone up to the task?

I've attached the zip file with the rest of the images that need converting. There are 10 in all.

Thanks in advance,
Mike




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Button request - PNG to JPG-xzeners-0-9.png Button request - PNG to JPG-3d-movies.png 
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File Type: zip Xzeners_Alphabet_PNG.zip (1.06 MB, 4 views)
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09 Sep 2011   #2
Bongo

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 Pro x64 / Win 10 Pro
 
 

You should ask Xzener to do it, it's not cool to change someone's work and then post it. But you can do it for personal use I made a background and put a image on it and saved as a .jpg I can give you the background or try to make a new background but I am not a artist
Jerry
Button request - PNG to JPG-capture.pngButton request - PNG to JPG-background.jpg


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19 Sep 2011   #3
niceguy75

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

Firstly you can't save transparency in jpg format. Secondly I would suggest you to use axialis iconworkshop to convert your pngs to ico files. I am repeating you can't save transparency in jpg format.
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