Hi Guys,

I just finished my artwork (file attached) and I want to know, is it possible to convert it become a vector file such as .eps .svg .ai etc ? 'Cos I see Studio Artist has a feature called Vectorizer.

Thank you

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Hi Gad,

Yes

Hi Bernard, thanks for reply. I'm trying and this is always happen... same as everytime i resize the canvas bigger than 5000 px (150 dpi).

I have also sometimes some crash with big size or "complicated" PASeq...

Did you work with a PASeq for your EPS output ?

EPS... By the way what's different ?

Actually ..crash is my nightmare when I used Studio Artist :)). And it happens in the lastest minute before I save a canvas. This is bug or..?

Hi Gad,

The artwork you're showing is something that could and should be created in Illustrator, as an .ai file.

What I'm seeing are a collection of type layers, logos, and some images. There's no brushwork or pixel work at all.

What you have here is a file who's origins are vector, but which has been rendered as a raster. Going back and vectorizing a complex raster image is always messy, and with an image like this, you'd get perfect vectors out of Illustrator.

SA's vectorize function is great if you've got something like hand drawn art, or a photo, which you'd like to scan and simplify.  Neither this function (nor Illustrator's equivalent) are going to give you useful results from something this busy.

If you wanted to do this exclusively in SA, I'd suggest loading each of the image elements you're using separately, and then vectorizing them. EG, you have an image of coffee beans, jut behind the man's neck. This image should be loaded individually, and then vectorizer runs, that would give you something useful

Thanks Alexander...

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