With this service users can easily convert bitmap images to clean vector art.
It is possible to automatically convert bitmap images like JPEGs, GIFs and PNGs to scalable vector art of EPS, SVG, and PDF. Users can do this by uploading the image and downloading the result - though a desktop version does also exist.
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Vector File Support
Vector File Support
AI, DXF Vector Output
Convenient Drag-and-Drop Interface
Segmentation Editing Capabilities
Bitmap Output; Any Zoom
Completely Automatic Vectorization
No key features associated with this application.
Credit card required: No
Free: 2 conversions, Online Edition: $7.95/mo. Desktop Edition: $295.00/license. It is also possible to buy tokens, where each token allows one vectorization.
What is this service generally used for?
This service is used for precision vectorization of images.
What platforms does this service support?
Platforms that support this service are: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Mac OS x 10.4 or higher.
What are some applications this service is commonly used in tandem with?
VectorMagic is used in tandem with graphic design and image editing applications.
Does this service integrate with any other apps?
VectorMagic provides seamless integration with most graphics software.
Does this service offer an API?
Vector Magic offers an online API that allows third parties to process images.
Does this service offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?
It offers tutorials, FAQ section, video guides, and help desk.
Who are the main user groups of this service?
Vector images are used in most aspects of graphic design and are the preferred format for printing, both on paper and on clothes. They are also used on the web, flash animations for example.