|⇒ Category:||Vector Image Files|
|⇒ Developer:||Adobe Systems|
📌 An .EPS document correlates with a vector graphic image stored and opened in the Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) format definition. Specifically, the .EPS data item is composed of PostScript-reformatted graphical image data, which perfectly fits for scaling images in high-resolution quality, and may include textual and bitmap image data. .EPS resources are also eligible for uncovering and reviewing embedded low-resolution bitmap image file entries for previewing the custom graphical content and sources. Initially, the .EPS technology was designed, opened up and invented by Adobe enterprise in the late 1980s as a universal specification for transferring and exchanging graphics between various devices and platforms. Nowadays, graphical industry professionals frequently employ the .EPS standard to save their creative artwork, such as drawings and icons, in the accustomed file shape.
📌 The .EPS file container is perfectly supported by various designated image editors, such as Serif Affinity Designer, Corel PaintShop Pro, Corel Presentations, Canvas X Pro, Adobe Photoshop, CorelDRAW Graphics Suite, Adobe InDesign, XnViewMP, IrfanView, Scribus and more competitive solutions and program utilities. The file extension definition is splendidly recognizable and opened up within all desktop systems, and can be encapsulated for flexible review and transfer to external devices, workstations and nodes. Some of the rival graphical suites, for instance, Adobe Photoshop, CorelDRAW and more are capable of decompressing and exporting the basic .EPS samples to alternate forms and structures, such as .JPG, .TIF, .DXF, .WMF, .PCT, .TGA, .SVG, .PNG, .DWG, .EMF, .BMP, .PSD, .SVGZ, and other standards, adjusting their outcome constitution and logic.