B01 Use Instant Alpha to Remove a Background 1:14

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Using Instant Alpha to remove a background

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Easily create a professional looking graphics

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by removing the background of an image

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to make a pop-up of your slide.

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Select the image that you wanna
work on your presentation,

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then click "Alpha".

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The next step is to place your pointer

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over the color you want remove from your photo,

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and then click and drag to remove
similar colors around the area.

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You can click and drag as
many time as you need to

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in different part of the photo

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to remove the entire background.

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Instant alpha also works great for graphics,

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especially if you wanna place
them over existing photos.

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Just set your graphic element where you want it,

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then click "Alpha".

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This time hold down the
Option key while dragging

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to have the alpha functions
ignore detected boundaries

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and remove similar colors
throughout the entire image at once.

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When you're done click outside the image

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and the background disappears.

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You can then fine tune the
position of your graphic

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to create professional looking slides.
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