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is there a software that can create a vector photo?
please give me a lists..thanks alot
Vector graphics is the use of geometrical primitives such as points, lines, curves, and shapes or polygon(s), which are all based on mathematical equations, to represent images in computer graphics.
Vector graphics formats are complementary to raster graphics, which is the representation of images as an array of pixels, as it is typically used for the representation of photographic images. There are instances when working with vector tools and formats is best practice, and instances when working with raster tools and formats is best practice. There are times when both formats come together. An understanding of the advantages and limitations of each technology and the relationship between them is most likely to result in efficient and effective use of tools.
The list are:-
Free/Open source software
Dia is a gtk+ based diagram creation program released under the GPL license. Dia is capable of exporting graphics to several formats.
Mac OS X vector graphic editor.
Inkscape (forked from Sodipodi)
A vector graphics editor released under the GNU General Public License. Its stated goal is to become a powerful graphics tool while being fully compliant with the XML, SVG and CSS standards. Has good multi-lingual support, particularly for complex text layout.
A vector graphics editor for creating figures in PDF or EPS format. Can process LaTeX source code and import PDF figures.
Karbon14 (formerly Kontour, which was formerly KIllustrator)
Is a vector graphics editor, part of KOffice, the KDE office suite.
An application for programming 2D animation and graphics in Python. It runs on Mac OS X.
Currently OpenOffice.org supports exporting to SVG format officially, though with some limitations to be resolved. It also shares many features with Desktop publishing software.
A desktop publishing application with SVG & PDF capabilities.
A fork of Skencil which continues to be developed using Tcl/Tk. Project has a lot of importers and exporters which are extracted as UniConvertor subproject.
Skencil (formerly Sketch)
A vector graphics editor implemented almost completely in Python.
A 2D vector graphics and animation program intended to produce feature-film quality animation with fewer people and resources.
A 2-D drawing tool under X11 for Unix and Unix-like platforms. Note: has several quirks due to being developed long before many features common in many editors were standard.
Xara Xtreme for Linux
A 2D vector graphics editor created by the British software company Xara.
A 2-D drawing tool under X11 for Unix and Unix-like platforms. Xfig saves figures in its native Fig format, but they may be converted into various formats.
A 2D and 3D online vector drawing and painting tool. Primarily supports IE. Firefox supported for viewing using SVG in most platforms.
 Proprietary software
 Commercial software
ACD Canvas (formerly Deneba Canvas)
Adobe Fireworks (formerly Macromedia Fireworks)
Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash)
Adobe FreeHand (formerly Macromedia FreeHand)
Windows and Macintosh vector graphic editor
Mac OS X vector graphic editor
Mac OS X only editor.
MODCA Viewer used in IBM solutions
Microsoft Expression Design
based on Creature House Expression
Microsoft Expression Blend
Mac OS X vector graphic editor
Mac OS X Visio-like editor
Raven is a free browser-based vector editing program by Aviary served through browsers running Flash Player 9 and higher on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems. Aviary is capable of importing and exporting to the SVG format.
Scanvec Amiable FlexiSign
A plot application capable of generating vector images, both static and animated.
A Skype Extra and a real time multi-user collaboration software. WhiteBoardMeeting allows users to draw vector graphics, insert text and images, edit existing objects. All users see each other creating and editing objects right away.
A 2-D drawing tool under Windows. WinFIG started as an Xfig clone and saves figures in the Fig format, but supports various formats including Postscript and LaTeX. Like Xfig WinFIG is popular amongst users from the academic sector.
Mac OS X vector graphic editor
installing gimp on mac?
i have downloaded gimp and it says i need X11 i get that from the install disk i know. but if i install x11 will my computer reset when i put the disk in and install it or what?
Installing GIMP on Mac Computers
GIMP is an open source (free) image manipulation program that is similar to Adobe PhotoShop.
Installing X11 (required for GIMP)
Check to see if you have X11 installed, it would be located in Applications > Utilities > X11.app
If X11.app is not there,
For OS 10.3, download it (free) by clicking the “Download” button at http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/apple/x11formacosx.html. Install X11.
For OS 10.4, insert the operating software DVD that came with the computer, ignore the window that opens automatically, double-click on the “Macintosh HD” icon to open the finder window, click the CD icon on the left side of the window, got to “system,” “installation,” “packages,” “X11user.pkg,”
Go to the download page: http://gimp-app.sourceforge.net/
Choose a location (e.g., Minneapolis), and click “Download.”
Wait for the download to start. The dialog box “You have chosen to open…..” will pop up. Click in the circle (radio box) to the left of “Save to Disk.” Click “OK.” The compressed folder will be located in the place that you find other downloaded files (for future reference–you can designate the location in your browser options).
Double-click the folder (should be named something like “Gimp-2.2.11.dmg”). From the window that opens, drag the file named Gimp.app to the Applications folder on your computer.
GIMP homepage: http://www.gimp.org/
Information on download for Mac computers: http://www.gimp.org/macintosh/
Could this hurt my new piercing?
I just got both my ears pierced about a week or so ago from today, and i was wondering if wearing an xbox turtle beach headset can cause them harm or be bad for them, for those who don’t know, a turtle beach is a headset that fully covers both of your ears.
Nope, I wore a similar headset the day after I got 4 new piercings in my ears and it was fine. I would recommend cleaning the piercings afterwards though, particularly if its an old headset and your not the only person to use it
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