Here is a list of the file types of the resources available for download in Freepik:
- Vector files
A vector is a digital illustration made up of points, lines and curves (or paths), that contents colors, gradients and other deep editable effects.This file allow you to edit texts, shapes, colors and other multiple elements. You can also resize the image without losing any resolution.
Points are called nodes and can be added, deleted and moved. They also have handles that affect the shape and quality of the path between each point within the line or shape. Also, a vector file allows you to change features of a line or shape like the fill color, stroke color or stroke width.
Most of Freepik vector files are available in EPS format, which is a file extension for a graphics file format used in vector-based images. EPS stands for Encapsulated PostScript. An EPS file can contain text as well as graphics.
If the vector has been created by our Designers at Freepik (free images), the AI file extension may also be available. This is the vector format created with Adobe Illustrator.
You can read our article about the requirements and options to edit a vector resource.
- PSD files
A PSD, which stands for Photoshop Document, is a layered image file used in Adobe PhotoShop. PSD, which stands for Photoshop Document, this is the default format that Photoshop uses for saving data, a proprietary file that allows the user to work with the images’ individual layers even after the file has been saved.
A PSD file is a document that stores raster-based graphic elements, preserving information as a bitmap, where everything is made up of individual pixels.
File sizes are limited to 30,000 pixels in height and weight or 2GB in total. Layer attributes, linked files, masks, filter effects, etc. can be saved in PSD format.
You can read our article about the requirements and options to edit a PSD resource.
- JPG files
JPG stands for Joint Photographic Expert Group and it is a widely used compressed image format for containing digital images. It is the most common image format used in digital cameras, different operating systems and on the Internet. Compression means that every time you manipulate and save the image you will lose quality.
You can read our article about the requirements and options to edit a JPG resource.