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What's the difference between Raster and Vector?


A raster image is based on a dot-matrix or pixel grid and requires a high resolution in order to be printed or adapted to multiple display formats.

It isn’t scalable; if you increase the size of a raster image, this image will look blurry. To prevent this, all you can do is leave the image in its original size or make it smaller.


  • JPEG
  • TIFF
  • GIF
  • PNG


A vector image allows us to maintain the quality of the design across multiple formats and resolutions. In a vector file, each point, line, and shape created is fully scalable.


  • EPS
  • AI
  • SVG
  • DXF



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