Photos or digital images come in a lot of formats. JPG, PNG y GIF are the most common, regardless there are other formats like SVG, that are used more every day. What are the differences between formats? What advantages do we have when using one or the other? These are the questions that many people have when saving, sharing or using different formats. Now, we’ll showcase how to convert JPG y PNG images to SVG and the pros and cons of this image format.
What is SVG image format and its advantages
SVG is an acronym for Scalable Vector Graphics, this means that images in this format, are digital images formed by vectoral graphics. JPG, PNG, and other formats are based on bit maps. In these formats, every pixel of the image saves its own information and zooming the image makes it look blurry.