Help converting image.

Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by upsbrown, Sep 7, 2010.

  1. upsbrown
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    I need help converting two jpeg images to Vectored images. I don't have any paint shop programs or anything else. Any help is appreciated.
    Thanks
     
  2. upsbrown
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  3. spinnerlys
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    Actually it is:

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  4. citizenzen
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    Ummm... it would "help" if you posted the images.

    Help me.

    Help you.
     
  5. askthedust
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    corel trace works really well

    or adobe live trace works too. or you can post the image and one of us can do it for you i'm sure...
     
  6. LeviG
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    it's not going to be pro level but for quick and dirty conversion http://vectormagic.com/ has an online converter
     
  7. VictoriaStudent
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    next time just post it.

    as long as yr not asking for free design work <grin>, I'm always happy to do this sort of thing if I see it. takes like a nanosecond.

    edit: oh yeah, why do they need to be vector? you upscaling?
     
  8. daver11
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    There are programs that will "trace" the image for you, but the results usually suck. When a customer gives me a low-res, unusable bitmap, I tell them they must provide a hi-res or vector version, or pay me for the time to recreate it manually.
     
  9. upsbrown
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    Thanks for the help. Next time I will post the images. I was going to do that originally, but wasn't sure if I'd receive that kind of help. Greatly appreciated.
     

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