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Old 18-07-2006, 07:00
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Default Imort Tif- X3 Crash

Hi folks;
I often use Photoshop to remove the background on images and then save the result as a Tiff with transparency preserved. I the import this into Corel Draw. In CD12 it imports fine, but the X3 program closes totally when trying to import the image.
Does it need to be prepared/saved in a certain way for X3 to accept it.?
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George
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Old 18-07-2006, 12:04
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I've got no problems with importing tiffs saved in photoshop as I always use photoshop to remove bg also. Try to turn off preview in import filter dialog or drag your tiffs directly between windows into your coreldraw document
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Old 19-07-2006, 01:38
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im not having that issue either. does it work if you import it as a .psd?
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Old 19-07-2006, 05:16
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Default Import Tif

Thanks for the responses.
Problem only occurs when importing tif which has transparent background which was removed in Photoshop. One of the following occurs:
1. X3 shuts down immediately upon trying import
2. Get I/O error box
3. Blank import
If I keep trying, eventually I get an "Out of Memory" message and X3 shuts down.(I have 1 GB)

No problem importing PSD files
Weird
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Old 19-07-2006, 05:25
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Also turned preview off-still crashes. I would attach the one of the tif files but too big to post.
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Old 19-07-2006, 08:44
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Try resampling your file in Photoshop to a manageable size, verify that it still crashes CorelDRAW and attach the file to your post here. Someone will take a look to see what could be the problem. You might want to also ensure that you save the TIF with LZW compression to make it smaller...
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