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what is the difference betwen RGBA and RGB ?

2 Answers

Kyle Adams
Kyle Adams
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RGB is just representing the Red Green and Blue colors to define a color. When you use RGBA, you also specify a fourth number called the alpha number that represents the opacity. The number should be between 0 and 1.

hi kyle, thanks for the explanation..