A vector-graphic file has the advantage of being descriptive, so the image it generates is independent of display resolution. The Vector map supports a variety of industry-standard vector-graphic formats. to encode imagery. There are applications, such as Inkscape, for creating and editing SVG files. The Vector map can also load SVGZ files, which are SVG files in a compressed format. The Vector map has no additional controls for SVG files (that is, no special SVG rollout). However, you can control an SVG file using MAXScript. See the topic ' Vector_Map TextureMap and MAXScript' in the This page has been translated for your convenience using a machine translation service. This does not serve as an official translation and may contain errors and inaccurate translations. Autodesk makes no warranty, express or implied, as to accuracy, reliability or completeness of any information translated by the machine translation service and shall not be liable for any damages or loss from your reliance on the translation service. Source.