transform image data to remove transparency

last modified on 9 July 2019, by Cédric Louvrier

pingo could do some lossy image transformations by removing the transparency from PNG. this could be done on image data from PNG or during a conversion to JPG

N: from 0 to 9 — compression level and remove transparency from PNG (keep PNG as output)
pingo -sN -notrans target
remove transparency and convert the PNG (auto)
pingo -notrans target
original file: file01.png (358.51 KB): remove transparency from PNG (lossy)
original pingo -s0 -notrans pingo -notrans (auto)
file01 - original file01 - no transparency file01 -no transparency (JPG)
358.51 KB 315.95 KB (0.17s) 59.45 KB (0.8s)

fill background color

N: from 0 to 255 — colors
pingo -notrans -rgb: N N N target
original file: file01.png (358.51 KB): remove transparency from PNG (lossy)
original pingo -notrans -rgb: 96 128 128
file01 - original file01 -no transparency (JPG)
358.51 KB 59.91 KB (0.08s)