That’s not an error or a glitch, that’s just a design that didn’t take into consideration the possibility of PNG images with black parts on top of transparent parts. All you can do is convert your PNG files to JPEG, which will turn transparent parts to white.
Why is my transparent PNG black?
The default background is black, so your transparency will look black unless there is anything behind it or you change the background.
How do I fix a transparent PNG?
- Before converting to indexed color, force the image to have a solid background: Create a new layer. Fill it with color #eeeeee (light gray) Flatten the image.
- Add transparency. Add an alpha channel. Use the select by color tool to select the gray. Clear it to transparency.
How do you remove the black background from a PNG?
Remove the background of a picture
- Select the picture that you want to remove the background from.
- Select Picture Format > Remove Background, or Format > Remove Background. …
- The default background area will be colored magenta to mark it for removal, while the foreground will retain its natural coloring.
Does PNG maintain transparency?
Raster file formats that support transparency include GIF, PNG, BMP, TIFF, TGA and JPEG 2000, through either a transparent color or an alpha channel. Most vector formats implicitly support transparency because they simply avoid putting any objects at a given point. This includes EPS and WMF.
Why does my PNG still have a background?
You can confirm that your file has been converted by pressing edit on the image on your device from the Apple Photos app (see below) If the background turns black then transparency has been maintained. If it stays white then the image has been converted to a JPG file.