Vector Vs EPS

EPS stands for Encapsulated PostScript. EPS is a graphic file format that describes an image (rasterbitmap) or a drawing (vector) or both EPS is a graphic file format that describes an image (rasterbitmap) or a drawing (vector) or bothEPS An EPS file is a vector file of a graphic text or illustration. Because it is vector it can easily be resized to any size it needs to be. An EPS file can be reopened and edited. Best use master logo files and graphics and print designs. AI An AI file is a proprietary vector file type created by Adobe that can only be created or edited with Adobe Encapsulated PostScript files (.eps) are self-contained files that are the same mathematically as vector files though they can be created from raster images as well. The format is one of the most compatible and portable because they are supported by almost all graphics software. They are an alternative to using vector files when the

.eps is a more generic encapsulated format many different applications can save .eps files. So by saving to the .ai format you know that the file was created in and saved from Illustrator and will be fully editable.EPS is the legacy vector graphics standard for print workflow SVG is the vector graphics standard for WorldWideWeb publishing. If you only use SVG you will lose print workflow features. If you are working on a team that uses print workflow that will be problematic.

Vector Vs EPS Vector Collection