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Vector vs Bitmap q1

Vector vs Bitmap q1

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A. What is the differences b/w VECTOR& BITMAP?Vector images can be enlarged to anysize without being getting stretched andgetting all massive pixels everywhere. This is great for logos that could be puton massive billboards or tiny businesscards.Vector graphics is the use of geometrical primitives suchas points, lines, curves, and shapesor polygons, which are all based onmathematical equations.Bitmap images cannot be stretched anymore than the original size.
A bitmap is a type of graphic made upof pixels in a grid. Bitmap graphicsformats have a fixed size which means
that resizing a bitmap graphic can resultin distortion and jagged edges.  JPGGIFPNG JPG’s are alot smallerso they aregreat for onthe webGIF are betterthan JPEGimages on theweb that don’thave a lot of colour in them The third, andnewest, fileformat that'swidelysupported bythe Web isPNG
LOGO SIZESPNG:58KB JPG:24KB They are different sizes because the JPGhas compressed the image more thanthe PNG image.

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