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« on: February 27, 2012, 03:54:40 AM »

Hi all,

What actually do we mean by vector conversion or vector art conversion? It means that we can configure pictures in many imaginative ways since the vector format is very flexible. Since there are no pixels involved, there is no worry about the resolution and hence the picture can be reduced or increased to any size. Vector images have a structure which is composed of geometrical line sand malleable shapes which renders it mist effective for many-sided logos and many more things. It is also very useful for architectural drawings and mapping where precision is the keyword.

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