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Just What Are Raster and Vector Format Graphics?

There are many different things that you use when creating the perfect icon. Some of them are different graphics. There are two known graphics used in this.

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Every image is something that you want to be able to see and to store. The way that you do this is that it has to be in what is known as digital form. This you will find can be done in a number of ways and we are going to tell you about a few of then. One of the first ways is to do this separately this is the best way to do this. This is where you go to describe each pixel. This is where you give a description of the color. This is known as raster. Those pictures and paintings that have a color transition are normally represented like this when you look at them on the computer. There have been many programs that have been created to deal with raster images. Some of these you will find that you can't correct these images on these programs, you can only view them.

When you use a mathematical formula then you are using the vector format graphics. Whereas with raster graphics, they use pixels, with vector graphics they are actual objects. Schemes and planes are used for this to describe this. In order to make any corrections, you must use vector editors.

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