Raster images are form of a rectangular grid of pixels or colored dots. Vector images use polygons defined mathematically. It is based on a vector that passes through a location called a control point or node. However, both image formats are important in areas of digital printing and display. Raster images are used for purposes that require fixed / low quality, and vector images are used for high / infinity quality work. You may need to restore old damaged images, logos, or banners in high quality that can be used anywhere. These images should be able to scale to any size without distortion. The best you can do is convert the corrupted image to vector format. You can convert high-end blurry images to vector format that you can use anywhere. You can’t use this raster image based logo, banner, poster, etc. it distorts when you zoom in. To resolve this issue, Raster to Vector conversion is the most affordable solution. Contact us, ask for quote to see what best we offer.
Raster or bitmap images are created from the grid of pixels. The pixels are square-shaped that contain color information. The common type of raster image formats is GIF, JPG, JPEG, PNG, BMP, and so on. A raster image will contain a certain number of pixels. Therefore, when you enlarge the image, it will become blurry and you will see the grids with hundreds of pixels.
On the other hand, vector images are constructed with the geometric formula that defines the color and shape of the object. Common file formats for this type of graphic are AI, SVG, CDR, EPS, PICT, and so on. We can enlarge vector images to any size without losing the quality.