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[Tutorial] How To Convert A Photo Into Vector Image

[Tutorial] How To Convert A Photo Into Vector Image

Two main categories of images exist: bitmap and vector images. The images you manipulate and see most often are bitmap images. They consist of a set of dots (pixels), each of these dots have one or more values ​​describing its color. Thus, the photos you take with your digital camera or download on the Internet are bitmap images. When you resize them, information is lost: the definition of the image decreases and its components are less accurate. In contrast, vector images are composed of simple geometric objects (arcs, polygons, line segments, …) represented by mathematical formulas. It is thus possible to apply transformations: rotation, expansion, etc…, without loss of quality. Your computer then recalculates the characteristics of each geometric object. In this tutorial I will show you how to convert any of your bitmap images into vector images using free online tool.

By On April 28, 2012 Respond
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SanDisk Extreme SSD: Enjoy Reliability, Durability And Performance For Laptops

SanDisk Extreme SSD: Enjoy Reliability, Durability And Performance For Laptops

The SanDisk Extreme SSD is the reliable drive for you because it is extending the life for your PC or improving your game play. Basically this drive is made for professional graphic designer and hardcore gamer. Enjoy lightning fast performance, providing next-level speed for your graphic-intense games. Get faster load times enhancing your gaming experience from boot-up to shut-down and every in-game moment in-between.

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Apple iMac Gets Graphics Firmware Update

Apple iMac Gets Graphics Firmware Update

Apple has released iMac Graphic FW Update 3.0 to address graphical hanging issues that some people were reporting on iMacs and after upgrading to Lion, many users had reported their iMacs were locking up entirely after playing certain kinds of videos, requiring them to reboot in order to regain control, this firmware update hopes to address this problem. The file itself is 482 KB, but it does require you to reboot your iMac and ensure the power is not interrupted during the update……………….

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