I am currently working with particle systems, so when I make textures in Photoshop, I will make them white, so I can change color inside of Unity and on a transparent background, because I don’t want to spawn square textures in my particle system.
When I import an image - a texture - into Unity, the preview of the image, in the Projects window, will be completely white, if I saved out a PNG with transparency.
Seen in the image above, there are several images.
The first image seen in the screenshot, is a PNG that someone else saved for me using Fusion or some other program than Photoshop, it has transparency, but in the project window I can see the image with a black background where the image is transparent.
The second, third and fourth images are also PNGs with transparency that I tried to save myself using Photoshop, but in these cases the transparency is displayed white.
The last image is a PNG but with no transparency and a black background in Photoshop.
If I open up the first image in Windows image viewer, I can see a kind of black glow around the sparkles where they have a semi-transparent glow, however on the rest of the PNGs I get the pure-white glow.
It seems like the one that was given to me, had a black background, but had the transparency from the alpha merged into the image.
The third image looks like this if I click on the texture and change the preview so I only see the alpha
Now, I have tried saving so many different types of images, including TARGA and a PSD, but none will show up in the project like the one that was given to me.
Does someone know how to save images from Photoshop into Unity, where I can actyally see what my image looks like, if it’s a white image on a transparent background?