Working with Vector Images

A Vector image is a collection of vertices in either two or three-dimensional space. A Bitmap image stores the image data as a 2D array of pixels. A Vector image stores the image data as lines, arcs, rectangles, and other shapes. Advantages of vector images include resolution independence and smaller file sizes. Vector images can be scaled very large or very small, and will not lose quality.

LEADTOOLS allows you to load vector images as raster bitmaps or as native vector images. LEADTOOLS supports both 2D and 3D vector images.

For more information, refer to the following topics:

Viewing Vector Images

Vector Loading, Saving and Copying

Panning Vector Images

Using the Clipboard

Rotating, Translating, Scaling Vector Images

Manipulating Objects or Vertices within a Vector Image

Vector Conversion

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