Vectorization is the principle of turning raster images into a vector graphic equivalent, commonly to better support image scaling. Whereas raster images cannot be magnified without looking pixelated, vector images, as they are a mathematical definition of the image rather than a fixed rendering of the image, can be redrawn in perfect quality for any size.
Vectorization is used extensively in graphics design, for instance in the creation of logos and other corporate imagery, in order to support the various media and sizes the imagery needs to be featured in.Hire Vectorization Experts
Hello, I have an art file that I lost the non raster version of awhile ago. This file had 13 "symbols" on it and the goal is to essentially recreate the vector version as closely as possible. Trace is not sufficient here as I may want to play with stroke later so the final vector file needs to just be curves/lines with widths rather than shapes if that makes sense. Feel free to apply s...
We have the design concept created. We now need it professionally improved with proper software. We currently have two versions we wish to use. One file has the fonts we chose to use. The American flag design is preferred as it is displayed. Colors used are RGB. Blue used is: Red-32 Green-56 Blue-100 Red used is: Red-177 Green-37 Blue-60 Gold used is: Red-191 Green-144 Blue-0