Raster to Vector is a stand-alone program that converts scanned drawings, maps and raster images into accurate vector files (such as DXF, HPGL, WMF, EMF, etc) for editing in any CAD application. Tracing raster lines, arcs, circles, arrow lines, dash lines, polylines, hatches on monochrome, grayscale or color images. Automatic correction: restoring of intersections, aligning, joining fragments, joining fragments to line, arc, circle and polyline. Vector Artwork are suitable for your team logo, company logo, group logo and staff sign screen print on Sweatshirts, Long Sleeve Shirts, Denim Shirts, baseball caps and hats, golf shirts, polo shirts, jackets, Tote Bags, Custom T-Shirt Embroidery, Aporn, Uniform, Custom Golf Shirt, Resortwear, Uniforms, T-Shirts and Blanket etc! Raster images are stored in a computer in the form of a grid of picture elements, or pixels. These pixels contain the image's color and brightness information. Image editors can change the pixels to enhance the image in many ways. The pixels can be changed as a group, or individually, by the sophisticated algorithms within the image editors. The domain of this article primarily refers to bitmap graphics editors, which are often used to alter photographs and other raster graphics. However, vector graphics software, such as Adobe Illustrator or Inkscape, are used to create and modify vector images, which are stored as descriptions of lines, Bézier splines, and text instead of pixels. It is easier to rasterize a vector image than to vectorize a raster image, how to go about vectorizing a raster image is the focus of much research in the field of computer vision. Vector images can be modified more easily, because they contain descriptions of the shapes for easy rearrangement. They are also scalable, being rasterizable at any resolution. Our fast, high-quality vector artwork services are also competitively priced. Contact us to learn about volume discounts Source.