This problem can be solved using the method of raster to vector conversion which is an image processing method that uses mathematical algorithms rather than using pixels to store the photo, thus enabling the image to be restructured into whatever size without having to compromise the quality of the image. The suitable small size of the vector files makes it the best option to be used on websites. Adobe Illustrator is useful for the conversion of raster to vector images. Instead of using programs that can automatically vectorize the image, it is worth going for a manual tracing of the image using the best technology to keep the originality of the image intact. The details are kept as they are while tailoring the image according to your need – that’s our motto. Clipping Path Zone can provide vectorization services at a reasonable price considerably more competitive than that found in Europe or America. We can use files in any format you need and also provide our expert opinion on what could be suitable for the best outcome of the image processing service.
Before recognizing what a vector drawing is, one has to understand what a raster image is. A raster image is one which is made up of specks of colors called pixels. When all these pixels stand collectively, they together create the whole image. Raster images can come in a variety of formats. But the most important attribute of this image is the resolution which is measured in terms of dots per inch or dpi. The more the number of pixels within a picture, the better is the overall image quality. When dealing with issues such as enlargement of an image (which could be a logo or name or a picture), the number of pixels decide how good the outcome of the desired image would be. If the number of pixels is less, then enlarging the image would only cause the quality of the image to be ruined.
Raster to Vector