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What is the difference between VECTOR and BITMAP images?
VECTOR and BITMAP are the two most important (major) 2D graphictypes. The difference between VECTOR and BITMAP images is that BITMAPimages are made up of pixels that are grouped together to form images,but when you zoom in on the image, the pixels become more obvious andmake the picture seem blurry. VECTOR images are made up of a colour, afill and an outline. If you zoom in on the image, the lines are definite.VECTOR images are of a higher quality because the more you zoom in, themore original the image stays.
Create a table and compare/list the features of JPEG, GIF andPNG.
JPEG JointPhotographicExperts GroupGIFGraphicsInterchangeFormatPNGPortable Network Graphics
*JPEG images*The most popularformat on the Internet*The newest file format*Primarily forphotographs*Practical for all imagesexcept photos*Widely supported bythe Internet.* Has support for 16.7million colours*Can support up to 256colours in the oneimage*Offers the mainfeatures of the GIFformat*Should be used onphotographic imagesand images which donot look as good withonly 256 colours*The only option inorder to put animationon the Internet*Doesn’t supportanimation