FYI I am using 1.0 Beta on a Windows 10 laptop. I thought that your answer might depend upon whether objects were selected prior to "Save As." However, I have tried both with and without selecting objects before "Save As" and I also see no option for .png output. I like .png as an image format.....
Thanks for the reply, @Kirstie. As I mentioned, I am aware of the Export PNG Image, but I have to place a background behind my desired image when using this feature and I don't when I used to be able to Save as .png. Maybe I am missing a selection when using Export PNG Image that would automate this for me? I have used Export PNG Image before for another reason, but Exporting seems a bit more klunky to me compared to Save as.
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Hi. I built a simple flow to save email messages as .eml files on OneDrive. However, most of the emails I want to save contain lots of images, so my flow ends up saving multiple .png files in addition to the .eml file. Can someone please help with a flow that I can save emails in .eml files without saving the png files. I'll also accept a short term solution to automate the deletion of .png files after they have been saved.
@ChristianAbata Thanks for your response. I'm new at this and I couldn't get it to work. Can you please give me a full breakdown if you don't mind. The flow is simple - When an email arrives > Export Email > Create File, and I specify that the email file is created as a .eml in OneDrive. Works perfectly except for the tons of .png files that are also saved on OneDrive. I have played with different conditions and yours, and placed them in different parts of the flow without success. Thanks again
I can't save an image in any other format, the only one available is .png. I can convert it, but it's taking me more time to do things. If I could just open it in Photoshop as it is, it would be a lot easier. Any suggestions with what I should to then?
One thing comes to mind: In versions of Photoshop prior to CS5, many file formats (including .png I think) were handled by Adobe-provided plug-ins. Today, with CS5, those formats are handled by Photoshop's internal file format module, built right into the application. Is it possible, JHolloway, that you've somehow connected Photoshop CS5 to older plug-ins from a prior version of Photoshop, either by copying/installing plug-in files or by using the Additional Plug-Ins Folder setting?
I'm using cycles to get a realistic glass material. I have Transparent and Transparent Glass checked in Film. I have a simple principled BSDF with full transmission. The resulting .png has a transparent background, but the transparent parts of the glass are just gray:
If a .png with a valid alpha channel is imported, the resulting texture has incorrect RGB values where alpha==0. Instead of the contents of the source file, pixels with alpha==0 seem to take on the RGB value of the last pixel processed on the current row with a non-zero alpha.
I noticed that if you export the .png from ue4 and open it in GIMP again, it has only black rgb values even with a white alpha. So UE4 doesnt just fail at reading the rgb channels for A=0 pixels, it even overwrites the rgb value with 0,0,0!
as someone who prefers .png over .tga, the only times I use .TGA is when I need an alpha channel.that said, try to avoid alpha channels as much as possible, as they take up the same amount of filesize as RG and B combined. so its often cheaper/smarter to store three alpha channels in a seperate RGB file anyways.
Whenever it's tax time I like to scan all my receipts using the Dropbox scan function on my iPhone. I love it! However, if I batch scan I can only save it as a .pdf. I'd much rather have all scans saved as separate .png's because now I have to manually extract them from my .pdf one by one. 041b061a72