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Why use Inkscape?

There are many image creation and manipulation software programs available. However there are two main types of images:

  • Raster or bitmap images: for example, images from digital cameras. They're made up of pixels, and the quality is reduced the more we manipulate them. Zooming or shrinking can cause blurriness or pixelation.
  • Vector images: these are created with vector graphics software. They're made up of mathematical paths, and are resolution independent – the image adapts to the available space without losing quality. This is why we can use the same vector image for very different sized supports.

Depending on the use you will make of your image, either raster or vector graphics may suit better to your needs.

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