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How to remove background color option from dynamic media image server

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Hi,

While configuring dynamic media we configure the imageserver configuration(/etc/dam/imageserver/configuration/jcr:content/settings) & replicate it to media cloud . There is a property bkgcolor to provide background color to images. But we have to display some transparent images also due to thsi property we are getting white color in background of images. I have remove this property and replicate the configurations still there is white ground on new replicated images. Is there any way to display transparent image. How can we achieve that.

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BkgColor is intended to provide the background color if the response image format selected does not support transparency.

The easiest way to do this is to create an image preset under Tools/Assets/Image Presets and select either GIF with alpha or PNG with alpha from the Format list.

You can also do this directly in the delivery URL, e.g.:

http://server/path/to/image?fmt=png-alpha

http://server/path/to/image?fmt=gif-alpha

The full set of response image formats is documented at: https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/s7/is_ir_api/is_api/http_ref/r_is_http_fmt.html

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Team replied --

BkgColor is intended to provide the background color if the response image format selected does not support transparency.

The easiest way to do this is to create an image preset under Tools/Assets/Image Presets and select either GIF with alpha or PNG with alpha from the Format list.

You can also do this directly in the delivery URL, e.g.:

http://server/path/to/image?fmt=png-alpha

http://server/path/to/image?fmt=gif-alpha

The full set of response image formats is documented at: https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/s7/is_ir_api/is_api/http_ref/r_is_http_fmt.html