Raster to Vector

Encode your scanned images, maps and drawings to vector formats and obtain DXF, HPGL, EMF or WMF files out of common graphic file types.

  • Raster to Vector
  • Version :9.3
  • License :Demo
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Raster

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Raster to Vector Description

As its name suggests, Raster to Vector can generate vector files out of scanned raster images, maps and drawings. Providing support for some of the most popular graphic formats, it enables you to quickly encode scans to vector files, which can be further edited using dedicated software.

A conversion and vectorization tool for scanned images

In its essence, this application is nothing more than a graphic converter, so it shouldn’t pose difficulties to users.

Its interface is simple, comprising clear options and displaying all the source files within a structured table. Raster to Vector can process individual files or entire folders, automatically selecting the compatible input files. From the same window you can choose the output format (DXF, EMF, WMF, HPGL or text) and specify the saving location.

Add outline to objects and change vectorization settings

However, there are a few settings you must configure for the output to be exactly the way you want it to. For instance, you can change the thinning mode (center line or outline), change the drawing scale and adjust the color threshold to change vectorization and conversion mode for color, gray and black and white images.

Moreover, you can specify the objects Raster to Vector should identify in the scanned images (arcs, circles, arrow and dash lines, polylines and hatches) and set the recognition tolerance.

Encode scans to vector file formats

With Raster to Vector encoding scanned drawings to vector formats becomes just a matter of a few clicks. Ensuring high accuracy and satisfactory conversion speed, this application is the tool you need if you want to edit scanned images and maps in other CAD programs.

Prior to conversion, it automatically corrects input images, restoring intersections and aligning fragments or correcting texts. With a simple GUI and drag and drop support, working with Raster to Vector should be easy to everyone.

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