Raster to PS Vector Converter can be used to convert raster image to PS format vector image file. In other word, the application allows users to add raster image files into it and convert them to PS image files.
Raster to PS Vector Converter can be downloaded free via clicking here. The trial version of the application is free of charge, and you can buy a single-user personal license to use the full version. The single-user commercial license, multi-user personal license and multi-user commercial license and the site license are available. You can purchase any license according to your needs.
The main interface of Raster to PS Vector Converter is showed in Figure1. You can see a file list locate on the left of the interface. It is used to list waiting raster image files which need to be converted. “Open” button can be used to add raster image files into the table. “Remove” button is for deleting existed file in the table. “Remove All” is used to remove all the files to make the file list clear. You can use “Option” button to set the parameters to the output PS image files. Please see Figure2.
Please choose "ps" as the output format in "Output Format" combo box. The application allows you to set the output page size and you just need to choose a supported page type in "Pagesize" group box. It also supports to rotate the raster image in the conversion from raster to PS format vector image file. You can input the resolution for the target file in "Resolution" edit box. If you want to get clearer image files, you can consider to suppress speckles by setting the value in "Suppress Speckle" edit box, which means the sizes of patterns which are less than the value you set will be erased in the created PS file. Also, the vector paths can be handled by three methods and you can choose any one of them if you need. Please click the "OK" button to close the current dialog box. Then input or choose the directory for the target file in the "Output Folder" text box and click "Convert" button to run the conversion from raster to PS.