Bitmap to Vector Design Features

  • Features of Bitmap to Vector

    The best feature? A reduction in cost. Vector images are easy to print.

  • Advantages of Bitmap to Vector

    Vectors are scalable, which means you can modify their size at any time with no distortion.

  • Good for Printing

    Vectors are perfect for printing in professional quality on a range of different products.

  • Usability of Bitmap to Vector

    Increasing or decreasing the size of the picture without affecting its quality! It’s more usable than other types.

  • Flexibility

    Vector images are great, but you can use PNG, JPG, and CDR for image storing as well. However, vector images are highly flexible.

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  • 1. What is your Bitmap to Vector Service?
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      Vector art refers to picture art that is scalable. In other words, you can change the size of a logo or graphic with vector art and not lose any of its quality. For those who are not in the graphic design industry, this feature can be very important in branding and in constructing a web presence.

      The Bitmap to Vector Service will take your bitmap files and turn them into vector art.

  • 2. What are bitmap images?
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      Bitmap refers to a type of file that holds an image. These images are handled by colored pixels—little squares—which are arranged into a grid. As you zoom in on these images, the image becomes more “fuzzy.”

  • 3. What are vector images?
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      Vector images are different than bitmap images; they’re constructed out of lines, circles, and squares so that when you zoom in or out, the image doesn’t get fuzzy. This allows you to manipulate the size of an image without losing any of the image quality.

      If you want to be able to manipulate an image without getting a “blocky” or “fuzzy” look, then you may need a vector image. The problem is that creating these images is difficult for people who aren’t experienced with it.

  • 4. What image format can I submit for conversion?
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      It’s more than just bitmaps! You can submit JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, TIFF, and PSD files for conversion to vector images.

  • 5. What file formats will I receive once the conversion is complete?
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      AI, PNG, Coreldraw, JPG, and PDF are all available, and we can send them all to you if you desire.

  • 6. What is the turnover time for a Bitmap to Vector Conversion?
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      Generally, one business day. However, the time may vary depending on the complexity of the design and your individual specifications.

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