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Even though SVG isn't globally accepted and some people have a frustrating time scaling PNGs, I have always found that creating an icon within Adobe Illustrator works best at scaling up or down a "reasonable" amount.
You should use "Save for web" and then choose png24 instead of png8 there. it would save your image transparency pixels more acuire. Let me know if it helps you
So you opened an image on GIMP and proceeded to remove background from the image. Are these the steps you followed for the start of removing background from image; 1. Layer 2.Transparency 3. Add Alpha Channel What is your next steps of following to remove the background? Also after officially removing the background did you: 1.File 2. Export As 3. rename ...
you could export as a high res PDF, and then change it into a png in Photoshop. it'd stay high quality and have the transparency.
Uncertain but, would it be just as easy to copy and paste your frames/groups to separate art boards and using export? This may save the necessity to save a new script to your computer. Go to file> Export> and then tick the box that says "Use Artboards" Although you would need to reposition your groups. Illustrator CC
If you have Photoshop CC or CC 2014, you might be best off using the native Adobe Generator. In the future, it's going to have svg export too. Currently that's experimental feature. Adobe Generator - Free ( Assuming that you have Photoshop CC or CC 2014 ) List of "asset" export plugins: Cut & Slice me - Free Breezy - Free Slicy PNG Hat Slash Png ...
In case you also want to have the background transparent you will have to tell Gimp which color this is. Therefore in addition to adding an alpha channel we will also have to convert the background layer color to transparent. If no alpha channel was defined choosing Layer > Transparency > Color to Alpha... will automatically add an alpha channel with the ...
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