I'm fairly new to Blender, and I'm using it to mock up some assets for my YouTube channel. I found a tutorial on YouTube for a really nice neon light effect, and I've been trying to make a logo using it. Up until this point everything has worked perfectly.
The problem arose when I tried to create a version of the logo with a transparent background (for thumbnails, etc). I changed the render settings for the background, then played around with the alpha settings in the node viewer until I got what I wanted:
When I render it out and view the result in the image viewer, I get the following:
So far so good, right? The issue comes when I try and save this render. Here are the settings I've been using (I've varied a few of these, to no avail):
Invariably, when I try to view the image in my default image viewer, this happens:
The image is completely invisible, and I don't have any idea why this might be the case. If I switch the color settings to RGB then the image renders how I want, but with a black background instead of a transparent one, so it must be a problem with the alpha.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!