Re: Vector pdf
- google for "inkscape vectorization" (or "tracing") and you'll find a
Inkscape has potrace builtin - which has quite good results, esp. for
lineart. However, it tends to generate huge path elements. Just try
it and see if you like the results.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mydaccount" <mydaccount@...>
> I loaded inkscape and wow, I'm really impressed thanks.
> Now I need a program that I can use to scan images into vector
> graphics without going through some kind of bitmap image first. Can
> anyone help me with that?
> --- In email@example.com, "Andreas Neumann"
> <a.neumann@> wrote:
> > inkscape can edit PDFs
> > You may have to ungroup the vector data several times though
> > being able to edit (or enter the groups by double clicking).it
> > Andreas
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mydaccount" <mydaccount@>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > I've got some editing to do on a pdf and I'm pretty sure that
> > wasgood
> > > created using vector graphics which I know nothing about. I
> > recently
> > > downloaded ipe, but I can't get it to open the pdf. Is ipe a
> > > program to use or does anyone know of a better freeware for
> > > vector based pdfs?
> > >