By Icosasoft Software Inc.
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CONVERT BITMAPS TO VECTOR GRAPHICS AT THE TOUCH OF A BUTTON
How many times have you needed a vector graphic version of a logo or icon for a design you’ve been working on? Image Vectorizer is here to make the process as fast and painless as possible! Simply drag an image in to the app and click to convert. Image Vectorizer creates beautiful black-and-white vector images. You can then copy the vector graphic to the clipboard or export it in a variety of different formats to use with your favorite vector drawing app.
Image Vectorizer works best for black-and-white line art, such as pencil drawings, outlines, logos, and blueprints. Photos can be converted using one of the built-in halftoning effects. Color vectorization is not supported, but you can select custom foreground and background colors, or color the vectorized image in a vector drawing application.
PEN AND PAPER, STRAIGHT TO VECTOR? NO PROBLEM!
Image Vectorizer lets you import directly from your scanner and convert the results to vector. Great for hand-drawn graphics or even document scanning. (Note: Image Vectorizer does not perform OCR on text.)
A WHOLE HOST OF FEATURES TO STREAMLINE THE PROCESS
Image Vectorizer doesn’t limit you to straight conversions, it also lets you filter the bitmap image to create a variety of interesting effects and it lets you control the vectorisation process too.
VECTOR FILE FORMATS:
Image Vectorizer outputs in a variety of different formats for maximum usability.
‣ EPS - works great with apps like Sketch, iDraw or Illustrator
‣ PDF - ideal for scanned documents
‣ SVG - perfect for web-based projects
‣ DXF - for use with CAD packages
BITMAP EFFECTS INCLUDE:
‣ halftone: dots, lines or hatched (great for use on photos)
VECTORIZATION SETTINGS INCLUDE:
‣ corner threshold
‣ curve optimization
‣ suppress speckles (useful for tidying up images)
‣ color controls
‣ output size
What's New in Version 1.6
Fixed a bug where an imported image first shows up as blank in OS X 10.11. Fixed issues with retina displays that could cause staircase patterns in some vectorized images. Fixed compatibility with OS X 10.8. Improved error checking and stability. More sensible ranges and defaults for some bitmap and vectorization parameters.