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Aurora Graphics transparent tiff files?

Discussion in 'Newbie Forum' started by Ronda, Jun 22, 2007.

  1. Ronda

    Ronda Member

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    I just purchased The wrap wizard and Duo Chrome from aurora graphics. I need a little bit of help. The transparent tiff files would be used for what or how with the other parts of these files.

    They don't cut, so I am just not clear on what I would want to do with them, or better said WHAT ARE THEY FOR? Can someone exlplain to me in laymens terms why we use transparent files?

    I hope this makes sense to someone?

    Thanks
    Ronda
     
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  2. Sign Works

    Sign Works Very Active Member

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    Lay them over (seperate layer) background files in Photoshop for example. Refer to Aurora Graphics web site info & pics for a general idea of how they can be used.
     
  3. WOODBS

    WOODBS Very Active Member

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    you can use them in wraps if you have an existing background .pretty cool stuff. there is a way to put a cutline in photoshop too.sorry , i think that file was huge
     

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