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Old 08-26-2014, 11:43 PM   #1
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difference between bitmap and vector graphics

difference between bitmap and vector graphics
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Old 08-27-2014, 09:14 AM   #2
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The biggest and most important difference is you can resize vector graphics without losing any quality, which makes them perfect for printing on different paper sizes from a leaflet to a billboard.
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Old 03-20-2017, 02:48 AM   #3
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Bitmap (or raster) images are stored as a series of tiny dots called pixels. Each pixel is actually a very small square that is assigned a color, and then arranged in a pattern to form the image. When you zoom in on a bitmap image you can see the individual pixels that make up that image. Bitmap graphics can be edited by erasing or changing the color of individual pixels using a program such as Adobe Photoshop. 3d printing service surat chennai delhi india

Unlike bitmaps, vector images are not based on pixel patterns, but instead use mathematical formulas to draw lines and curves that can be combined to create an image from geometric objects such as circles and polygons. Vector images are edited by manipulating the lines and curves that make up the image using a program such as Adobe Illustrator.

Vector images have some important advantages over bitmap images. Vector images tend to be smaller than bitmap images. That’s because a bitmap image has to store color information for each individual pixel that forms the image. A vector image just has to store the mathematical formulas that make up the image, which take up less space.
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Old 03-20-2017, 08:50 AM   #4
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Bitmap and vector are two different ways to draw up computer graphics. Bitmap images are also known as raster images. The basic difference between bitmap and vector is that a bitmap image is made up of pixels, whereas a vector image is made up of paths.
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Old 03-21-2017, 06:28 AM   #5
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A vector image uses geometrical formulas to represent images. The other way of representing graphical images is through bit-maps in which the image is made up of a pattern of dots (note that bit-maps are often referred to as raster graphics). Programs that allow you to create and manipulate vector graphics are called draw programs and programs that manipulate bit-map images are called paint programs.

Vector graphics are more flexible than bit-maps because they can be easily re-sized. In addition, images stored as vectors look better when displayed on high resolution printers and monitors. Bit-map images look the same, regardless of the resolution of the display. Another advantage of a vector graphic is that they often require less memory than bit-maps do.
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