What does vectorizing images involve?Vectorization describes the processing of an image in which the individual pixels of the image elements are converted into a graphic. The resulting vector graphic consists of lines and curves that can subsequently be scaled as desired, so that the images can be further processed without any loss of quality.
In the vectorization process, each individual pixel in a graphic is modified. The resulting vector graphics can be scaled, enlarged or reduced without losing the shape or quality of an image, since the changes are only made with individual vectors.
Vector graphics are useful because they can be viewed and printed without any loss of quality, regardless of their resolution. Older graphics that are only available as printouts can also be digitized retrospectively.
Examples: Logos are often vectorized to enable easy editing and customization, at the highest possible quality, regardless of the medium in which they are used
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