File:PNG transparency demonstration 1.png

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English: PNG transparency demonstration
24bit PNG with 8bit alpha layer
Source Own work: Rendered in POV-Ray by user:ed_g2s.
Author POV-Ray source code
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See also: Image:PNG transparency demonstration 2.png, Image:PNG transparency demonstration 3.png


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current00:01, 8 January 2019Thumbnail for version as of 00:01, 8 January 2019800 × 600 (375 KB)CyberShadowRe-render and calculate proper transparency. POV-Ray seems to ignore the effects of transparency for translucent objects when calculating the output image alpha channel. Even though the dice are semi-transparent, this is not represented in the resulting PNG image. Rectify this by performing two renders (with a fully-black and fully-white background), then calculate the correct alpha value with a separate tool, so that the dice appear properly translucent depending on the background the imag...

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