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Bidmaps vs Vector Graphics!

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on 31 January 2013

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Transcript of Bidmaps vs Vector Graphics!

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Images from Shutterstock.com Bitmaps Bitmaps are basically a collection of
pixels that form an image.

There are 4 types of bitmaps!
Line-art, Grayscale, Multitones and Full colour images!

You will find that most digital photographs are Bitmaps, you can tell it is a bitmap by zooming in and seeing the pixels. Vector Graphics Vector images are made up of lines, shapes and dots using mathematical definitions. They do not contain any pixels.

When you zoom in the image doesn't pixelate, instead the lines still are clear and focused because the image uses mathematical points and definitions to expand the lines, shapes and dots.

Even on the largest zoom the Vector image does not pixelate but the Bitmap image does. The Differences Between Vector and Bitmap Images Bitmaps vs Vector Graphics!
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