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Graphics defined by svg is in which format

lucidmedia

macrumors 6502a
Oct 13, 2008
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Wellington, New Zealand
SVG is a vector graphics format in its own right. If you open an SVG file in a text editor you will see that it has an XML-like structure. If you open an EPS in a text editor you will see postscript code.

SVG is an open standard and programs like Illustrator, Affinity Designer and Sketch can output them. I am sure you can find free EPS to SVG converters as well.
 
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docauonline

macrumors newbie
Nov 10, 2015
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0
hanoi
[QUOTE = "Macky-Mac, post: 22147083, thành viên: 34.341"] SVG là "Scalable Vector Graphics" [/ QUOTE]
OK! Good!
 
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