Vector vs. Raster

January 28, 2009 juliarice

Raster- A scanning pattern of parallel lines that form the display of an image projected on a cathode-ray tube of a television set or display screen.

Vector-are not made up of a grid of pixels but of paths.

Bitmap- a map of dots, or bits, that looks like a picture

Anti-aliasing- By shading the edges of the image with a gray to make it look not as ridged.

PDF-“Portable Document Format” a multi-platform file format developed by Adobe Systems

AI-Non Human controlled Intellegance

SVG-Scalable Vector Graphics is an XML specification and file format for describing two-dimensional vector graphics.

Adobe Illustrator- a vector based drawing board developed and marketed by Adobe Systems.

Adobe Photoshop-a graphics editor made by Adobe Systems.

“Save Link As”-i can’t not find this one.

Black and white photo file size: 400 x 320 Resolution: jpg

Black and white Vectored file size: 400 x 320 Resolution: png

Colored Flower’s Original file size: 640 x 480 Resolution: jpg

Colored Flower’s Vectored file size: 640 x 480 Resolution: png

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