What is raster to vector conversion?
To understand raster to vector conversion, you must first understand what each word means. Raster represents the type of image that is made up of lots of little squares, which are commonly referred to as “pixels.” Most layman people are used to dealing with raster images because these are the images produced anytime you scan an image into your computer or take a picture with your digital camera. Some of the file names associated with raster images are ones you have probably seen before, like JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, BMP and so on.
Vector images, on the other hand, are made up of geometrical lines, shapes, points and curves. This means there are no dots or pixels inside of them, which causes vector images to become more colorful and better looking. The most common vector image formats are EPS, SVG, PDF and AI. When it comes to converting a raster image into vector, you have two choices. You can either use some automated conversion software that will give you mediocre results or you can manually redraw the raster image into vector, which can be done with vector graphics software. However, this software is not easy to use and requires a professional who knows what they are doing to use it.
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