PNG vs. SVG.
If you’re working with high-quality digital logos and graphics, you might consider saving your files as PNG or SVG. Both are versatile formats with high resolutions, even at a large scale. Learn about the main differences between PNG and SVG, as well as how to use each file type.
What is a PNG file?
PNGs (Portable Network Graphics) are raster-based files. They feature high resolutions, lossless compression, transparency, and the ability to handle 16 million colors. This makes them an excellent choice for graphics, logos, charts, and illustrations — as well as very detailed photographs. Due to the large file sizes associated with PNG files, they’re not ideal for online photos.
What is the difference between PNG and SVG files?
There’s a lot of crossover between PNG and SVG. Find out what sets them apart.
How do I convert a raster image to SVG?
To convert a standard raster image file like a JPEG or PNG to a vector-based SVG, follow these simple steps: