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I want to know how to separate or ungroup bitmap images and change to vector image

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If you have flash you can open bitmap images and separate them and save them individually.

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Bitmap & vector images on computer.


www.istockphoto.com
has many images and vector art.
Pricing is great also.

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Altering text.


Bitmap images (also known as raster images) are made up of pixels in a grid. Pixels are picture elements; tiny dots of individual color that make up what you see on your screen.

Vectorimages are made up of many individual, scalable objects. These objectsare defined by mathematical equations rather than pixels, so theyalways render at the highest quality. Objects may consist of lines,curves, and shapes with editable attributes such as color, fill, andoutline. Changing the attributes of a vector object does not effect theobject itself. You can freely change any number of object attributeswithout destroying the basic object. An object can be modified not onlyby changing its attributes, but also by shaping and transforming itusing nodes and control handles.

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Source: http://graphicssoft.about.com/od/aboutgraphics/a/bitmapvector_2.htm

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Program won't recognize folders on my hard drive


i want all flash script.

like on click and all
please help

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How to get glowing effect in coreldraw


To create a glow: make a copy of your image you want to glow. paste to the side or original. select original. Convert to Bitmap, then use Gaussian blur, select pixel width of blur, preview it, then apply it when it look good. Put your copied image on top of the blurred image, bringing the copied image TO FRONT. voila NOTE change color of image to be bit-mapped BEFORE you convert to bitmap for a COLORED Glow

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My project name is digital image processing.so want basics to do this project.


Start of by looking at the different types of image file formats as the inputs, for example JPEG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, PNG etc. There are loads of them with different pro's and con's for each.
Also take a look at the vector based file formats, and how vector images are scaleable upwards to any size, without loss in resolution. 
I'm not sure about the details of your project, but it falls into the 3 main topics of :-
  1. Inputs to the system
  2. How it is processed
  3. What the final output is

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Importing images from the internet to corel draw 12


1st) Go to file new and after a blank page is displayed go to File import and when the import screen is displayed go to "files by type" and select "ALL FILE FORMATS" be certain that you are looking in the folder that contains the jpeg file that you want and select it.

Oct 11, 2008 | Corel AE CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 12 for...

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Illustrator to photoshop


Here is everything you will need. I hope you will find this worthy of a FixYa rating.
Import Illustrator CS2-CS3 artwork into Photoshop CS2-CS3
What's covered In Adobe Photoshop, you can import Adobe Illustrator artwork in several different ways, each of which offers a different level of control. When you open or place AI, EPS, or PDF files created by Illustrator, Photoshop rasterizes vector artwork and removes the ability to edit transparency, fonts, layers, and paths. To retain more control over imported Illustrator artwork, Adobe recommends that you drag or paste it into a Photoshop image or export it in Photoshop format.
Drag Illustrator artwork into Photoshop Dragging Illustrator artwork is the quickest way to import it into Photoshop. By default, Photoshop creates a new layer for the dragged artwork and imports the artwork as a Vector Smart Object. (For more information, see "Smart Objects" in the Photoshop Help.) You can import dragged vector artwork as a work path, however, by holding down Control (Windows) or Command (Mac OS) while dragging. To center imported artwork in the Photoshop image, hold down Shift while dragging.
Note: To import dragged type as a work path, you must first convert it to outlines in Illustrator. For more information, see "Modifying letterforms as graphic objects" in Illustrator Help.
Paste Illustrator artwork into Photoshop When you copy Illustrator artwork, you can paste it into Photoshop and retain many Illustrator features. To do so, however, you must properly configure Clipboard preferences in Illustrator.
Clipboard preferences in Illustrator
The Illustrator Clipboard supports a variety of formats including: PICT, PDF, and AICB. Though Illustrator always copies PICT data to the clipboard, you can configure Illustrator so that it also copies PDF or AICB format. These two formats allow you to retain Illustrator features in artwork pasted in Photoshop. PDF retains Illustrator transparency, while AICB format retains Illustrator paths.
You should only select the AICB format by itself if you are going to be pasting paths in to Photoshop. In all other cases, select the PDF format or the PDF format in conjunction with AICB. The PDF format retains transparency and other features in Illustrator such as extended support for spot colors.
To configure Clipboard preferences in Illustrator:
  1. Choose Edit > Preferences > Files & Clipboard (Windows) or Illustrator > Preferences > Files & Clipboard (Mac OS X).
  2. In the Clipboard section, select the desired format.
  3. If you selected AICB, select either Preserve Paths or Preserve Appearance.
  4. Click OK.
Paste options in Photoshop
When you use the Paste command to import copied Illustrator artwork, Photoshop provides the following options in the Paste dialog box:
  • Paste as Smart Object: Pastes the art as a Vector Smart Object that can be scaled, transformed, or moved without degrading the image before it's placed into the Photoshop document. As the art is placed, its file data is embedded in the Photoshop document and the art is rasterized on a separate layer.
  • Paste as Pixels: Pastes the copied artwork in a new layer and rasterizes it at the resolution of the Photoshop image. Use this option when pasting raster objects.

    Note: When you use this option, clipping masks for raster images are not retained as paths. These masks still clip images, however.

  • Paste as Path: Pastes the copied artwork as a work path.
  • Paste as Shape Layer: Pastes the copied artwork in a new vector shape layer. Compound Illustrator shapes retain their attributes and remain editable. Multiple copied paths and clipping masks are pasted as multiple paths that use the unite attribute .

    Note: When you use this option, pasted objects use the foreground color in Photoshop, not the fill color they use in Illustrator. Likewise, transparent objects become opaque.
Export Illustrator files in Photoshop format Exporting Illustrator documents files in Photoshop format gives you the most control over Illustrator artwork in Photoshop. With this method, you can specify resolution and enable anti-aliasing for rasterized artwork. You can also retain the following Illustrator features:
  • Editable text
  • ICC profiles
  • Layers, including nested and hidden layers
  • Masks
  • Transparency
  • Compound shapes
  • Slices and image maps
Note: A compound shape must have either no stroke or a stroke with a round join that uses whole integers for the stroke weight. However, the compound shape can reside on a layer with other objects. In that situation, Photoshop places the other objects on a separate layer in the same layer set.
For more information about exporting Illustrator files in Photoshop format, see "Photoshop export options" in Illustrator Help.
Open Illustrator (AI) files in Photoshop You can open AI files in Photoshop if you save them using the Create PDF Compatible File option.
To save an AI file using the Create PDF Compatible File option:
  1. Choose File > Save As.
  2. Choose Illustrator (*.AI) as the file format, and click Save.
  3. Click Create PDF Compatible File in the Illustrator Options dialog box, and click OK.
Thanks,
Lee

Jun 18, 2008 | Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC

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Image quality in MS Word


JPEG is a raster image. Every pixel is identified to the computer.
MS Word is resizing the picture to make it fit. When it does this it causes pixels to disappear. This is why you will get blocky images and or unreadable text.

The Solution is

Re size the image and bump the dpi to at least 300. This will add enough pixels to where you won't notice the stair step.

The professional way to do it is with Vector images. This is difficult to do if you are using a photograph. You will need to plot the image out (basically re draw it with lines and bucket fills)


Hope this helps you.

May 29, 2008 | Corel Draw 8

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Conversion of one image format into another


Open the file in whatever program you are using, or a program such as MS Paint, then save the file this way...
Select FILE, Hit "Save As..." This will open the window "Save As".
At the bottom of the window below "File name:" is "Save as type:".
Hit the drop-down button, and select the file type you desire. (bitmap)

Oct 31, 2007 | Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC

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Images


if you want to import any image, it has to be saved with a transparent background, like a (.gif or .png) image.. for example if you have an image i.e plane.jpeg you need to open it in an image editing software like adobe photoshop and delete the background save the image as plane.png and import the plane.png to flash. You can edit the picture in flash also to remove the background.. but the process is not easy and its time consuming. so try that workaround like i said before let us know if it worked.

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