What is vectorization?
Vectorization refers to the process of converting raster graphics into vector graphics. Raster images are formed from pixels. A raster images becomes pixellated when magnified. Vector graphics files store the shapes and colours that of an image as mathematical formulae. Therefore a vector graphics image is scalable to any size and detail.
How to use this service?
You don't have to register, just select the output format an upload the image. Then save the resulting file to your computer.
We use the excellent Potrace
from Peter Selinger as background autotracer.
Does this service support color images?
No, images are converted to black and white images. If you need an online color image autotracer we recommend to use www.autotracer.org