Raster to Vector conversion (also known as R2V conversion) is the transformation of a scan into a fully editable file, where the image can be expanded to any size without becoming blurry. If you are looking for a low cost, high quality raster to vector conversion solution you have come to the right place. The raster to vector service that we provide is a very convenient and accurate way to convert your data or image into vector format. We offer a free trial to new users, so there no risk or obligation to give us a try.
There are many advantages of converting raster to vector (R2V). A vector image has no jaggedness, no loss in detail and can be printed at any resolution or any size. This vector image can be scaled up or down without any loss in quality. Moreover, the archive of the vector artwork can be used for manuals, brochures, newspapers and a host of other areas.
One can use our raster to vector (R2V) procedure to process charts, drawings, maps, schemes and other similar images. We offer a wide array of formats including 300 different vector image formats such as IMG, JPEG, PCX, PDF, PICT, GIF, and TIFF.RastertoVector.biz will customize our imaging services to address each client’s specific needs, never force-fitting customers into a standardized framework.
We also offer raster to vector logo vectorization, vector graphics, vector stencils, vector clipart and vector web icons too. As technologies are rapidly increasing and more and more companies are searching for new ways to gain a lead in the market, raster to vector (R2V) conversion is becoming a standard of expectation. We can convert raster into vector data for your architectural, engineering, construction and GIS files.
The key advantages of our raster to vector conversion service include:
- We normally create a drawing as a new file; the final output is editable and will be in DXF, DWG, DGN or any other CAD formats.
- Since we create a new file, we can create as many layers as you require. We generate separate layers for dimensions,text, body, hidden lines, and centerlines, etc.
- Text is separated and has its own layer and is recognizable as text.