I am wanting to create a rendered Tiff image with a white/transparent background- no sky image or colour. Even when I select None for Background under Graphic Display Options it still includes a sky background in the rendered image.
I'm not sure if or how the option for Alpha (Transparency Background) in the Rendering in the Cloud options relates to this issue.
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When I have tried this setting it still produces an image with the sky background. Is it only once you have it in photoshop etc that you can change it to a blank background? When I opened one in GIMP it didn't appear to have any layers. I don't really understand the alpha thing so don't know how to "make it into alpha" or what that means.
Thanks again for your help.
I have the outcome I was after. I think the "Alpha (Transparency background)" check box was the key to it.
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