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How to export to EPS (impression) with a transparent background

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Hi everyone!

 

I want to know how I can export to EPS format (to impression) with transparent background.

 

I have a image (with (Pixel) type in the Layers panel, not (Image) type). This layer have a mask. But when I export to EPS format, the mask doesn't work. I did the same thing into Photoshop, export to EPS and import into Affinity Photo to see what's happened. The only difference that I can see is that the image have (Image) type and not (Pixel) type. I don't know if it is the key, but if it is, I don't know how I can change the type of the layer (Pixel to Image).

 

Someone can help me?

 

PS By the way, I'm a French guy, so I'm sorry for my english (correct me if you want, I learn)

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Hi Neoziox,

 

The EPS format doesn't natively support transparency, you would be better using PDF to preserve your transparency  and your mask :)

 

Thanks

Callum


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Can you tell me why I can do that with Photoshop?

 

Plus, if I do with Photoshop and import the file with Affinity Photo then export to EPS, it's work perfectly. Can you explain?

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