PNG question

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    PNG question

    I was trying to create my own custom boot-screen and after I had finished creating my images, I wasn't able to figure out how to save them as a 32-bit PNG with Photoshop. I looked around and the only solutions I can find are programs that only work on Windows. I'm on Mac OSX Snow Leopard so those won't work for me..

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    32-bit results in file sizes that are much to large... try just 8-bit. I think bootanimations are usually only 8-bit anyway.

    If you'd like to try 32-bit PNG, make sure your image is in RGB (not indexed, CMYK, or Lab) and click "Image" --> "Mode" --> 32-bits/channel...


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