Raster To Vector Service

If you wanted to convert a photo from raster to vector, our Over Night graphics team will make your work easier. Leave your project to us, our expert team will help you to make your work done within the deadline.

The Difference Between Raster and Vector

Raster pictures, also called bitmaps, are made up of individual color pixels. Every color pixel helps to create the overall image. Raster pictures are similar to pointillist paintings, which are made up of a succession of discrete colored paint dots.

A single pixel in a raster image could be represented by each paint icon in a pointillist painting. When viewed individually, each colored dot is only a color; nevertheless, when viewed collectively, the colorful dots form a vibrant and detailed artwork. A raster image's pixels all work in the same way, allowing for rich details and pixel-by-pixel modification.

Unlike raster graphics, each vector has a mathematical formula that specifies how the route is structured and what color it is bordered or filled with. Vector images retain their appearance regardless of size because mathematical rules determine how the image is produced. They're infinitely scalable. Illustrator, CorelDraw, and InkScape are some of the tools that may be used to create and edit vector images.

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For designing a logo you must need to do it by using vectors. If your image contains a logo, then you need to convert the image to a vector for using it in a proper way. As a designer or promoter, you must need to convert your raster image to a vector.

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Converting vector artwork

The work of redrawing raster images is included in this service. Our skilled photo artists will convert any file format into vectors that can be used for digital printing or other promotional material manufacturing. During the conversion, we hand-draw the pictures to give it the vibe that your customers are searching for.

Vector or line art in a single color

To portray the morph or skeleton of a photograph, we turn it into vector lines using this method. If you wish to engrave a shape, you'll need to do this type of conversion. Because it requires manual input, the time it takes to do this task is determined by the complexity of the image. It will take longer if you want more elaborate artwork with more lines.

Product images vectorized

The proprietor of an e-commerce store is continuously trying to offer the product in the most appealing way possible. As a result, product photos must be stunning. A raster image may not always accurately portray the image. As a result, we may need to transform product photos into vectors in order to present even the tiniest aspect of the product in order to boost sales.

Images vector illustration

The color tone of a photograph is soft. The term "vectorization" refers to the process of manually sketching the details. Millions of small pixels with millions of color changes can be found in a raster image. Because there are no small pixels to hold the information of the tiny part of the photo, reproduction in vector drawing is not possible. As per the client's request, we can design a vector graphic of a photograph or a portion of one to illustrate the subject.

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Print media

For print media, there are huge uses of vector images and the need to convert a lot of images into vector files. So that it's easy to use for multiple purposes. If the photo is in vector format, then you can use and print it for high resolution.

Banner design

If you're a banner designer, then you must need to use vector images for more good output. For printing, a media vector image is a must need.

Pixel vs. Math

Raster images can't be scaled without reducing quality because they're made up of colored pixels grouped to make an image. When you enlarge a raster, it becomes pixelated, or blurry. To preserve quality, the image must be smaller than its resolution (pixels per inch).

The mathematical equations that create the foundations for vector graphics, on the other hand, recalculate as they're resized, allowing you to scale a vector graphic indefinitely while maintaining clean, sharp edges. When you zoom in on a raster file versus a vector file, you can see individual pixels in the raster file, but the vector remains smooth. The resolution isn't an issue with vectors. Raster graphics may exhibit a wide range of colors in a single image and allow for more color customization than vector images.

At the correct resolution, they can depict greater variations in light and shading. Because vector images are scalable, possible to put anywhere. Like you can use it for making business cards, also you can make billboard poster with the same image.

Bring true Graphics

Though a vector can be made to look like an image, the minute nuances of blended colors, shading, shadows, and gradient make a true-to-life depiction of a photograph impossible to achieve with vectors. Even if it were possible, the process would be excruciatingly time-consuming because each color change would necessitate the creation of a new shape.

Rasterized effects can be applied to vectors, but they aren't the same as actual vectors, therefore scalability and resolution must be taken into account. Rasterized pictures, on the other hand, are perfectly capable of creating true-to-life graphics, including color mixes, tints, gradients, and shadows that are aesthetically faultless. They are, however, still constrained by dimensional size and resolution, unlike vectors.

File Type and Size

JPG, GIF, PNG, TIF, BMP, and PSD are the most common raster file types. AI, CDR, and SVG are the most prevalent vector file formats. In the EPS and PDF formats, both rasters and vectors can be rendered; the software that developed the file determines whether it's a raster or vector file. Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, and InkScape are all popular vector design and editing tools. Photoshop (which has limited vector capabilities) and GIMP are the most popular raster editors.

Rasterized images can have enormous file sizes because they must contain all of the information needed to produce the image (pixels, colors, pixel arrangement, etc.). The higher the resolution and dimensional size, the larger the file. Although compression might help reduce file sizes, rasters take up a lot of space when compared to vectors. Why? Because vectors rely on the programs that lead them to do calculations, the only information they require is their mathematical formulas.

Benefits of using vector

A raster image may appear good on screen, but it may not scale properly and will appear distorted when printed. Vector graphics, on the other hand, scale well without losing resolution, which is why they are the ideal file format for printing on both paper and clothing. For flash animations, vector pictures are also desirable. There are also many benefits you would get from using vectors.

  • It comprised of paths, all of them detected by a mathematical formula
  • A vector photo is infinitely scale
  • The file size is small
  • It's perfect for drawing
  • File type contains.cdr, .ai, .svg, and .pdf
  • Does contain less detail but its offers too many precious paths

Why you should use vector images?

A vector image is best for logo, banner, product artwork, illustration, and many more. On the other hand, raster images are best for photos. So a vector image does have multiple uses. If you are a business owner and looking for the best output, then you must need to use vector images for your business purpose and much other use.

Who needs this service?

Vector conversion is required by many printing, engraving, and cutting devices in order to provide an exact output that matches the input file. A vector graphic is required for the design file. The sectors that require vector conversion services are listed below.

  • Carving of wood by machine
  • Design of a logo and signage
  • Etching on glass
  • Wrapping a vehicle
  • Pins made of enamel
  • Design of banners and other promotional materials
  • Printing on a screen
  • Stamping on metal

Why you should choose Over Night Graphics?

Our Over Night Graphics team has 100+ expert graphics designers, we have thousands of clients around the world. We always focus on quality. Our premium service will give you a great experience. We also provide a free trial option. Our packages are affordable and cheap compare to other premium service providers.

  • Focus on quality
  • Best packages
  • 100+ expert graphics designers
  • We do 100% manual work
  • We also provide revision



1What file types are you willing to accept for this service?
We can work with BMP, doc, pdf, png, tiff, ppt, eps, ai, gif, jpg, jpeg, SVG, PSD, and other raster file types.
2What are the file kinds I'll be receiving as an output?
We commonly use Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop to create vector drawings. You have the option of receiving the file in AI, SVG, CDR, PDF, EPS, PS, DXF, or WMF format.
3What method do you use to convert the raster images?
Normally, we convert the file manually with the aid of a suitable application. While making alterations to the photographs, we retain our attention on the intended usage of the images.
4What is the difference between the various types of vector conversion?
In general, there are two types: image replication (for example, a logo) and image vectorization for line art drawing or vector color illustration ( with or without color gradients).