I have got created a simple image with background opacity 0%
And when I export that I have some problems, can I solve it by someway?
Sometimes this looks like this
A GIF image is an image with indexed palette.
Transparency is coded by a designed color index in palette: pixel is transparent or not, there’s no alpha channel like PNG image
So, when in your original picture you have a pixel with a transparency that is not 0 or 100%, export result can be dirty: the glitches you can see may are the result of some pixels in your original picture for which there’s an alpha value different than 0 or 100%.
=> Can you check this?
And you might have better results if you don’t ask for a transparent background.
If you really need transparent background on animated image, I recommend you the APNG format (Animated PNG).
How I can see - all my pixels are fine. How I can use APNG inside Krita?
But in fact I have the same problem when exporting a GIF image:
It seems that a dithering is automatically applied, even on a 2 colors image
I think the problem is in GIF exported plugin.
I’m not sure you can…
I think you might have to export each frame as PNG file and compile them in a APNG file with an external tool (like ffmpeg, I think it’s possible to get a list of PNG image and create animated PNG from it)
Okay, thank you for answer. For me it is not critical, it is desire rather than need.