|File Type||Encapsulated PostScript File|
|File Format||Standard (developed by Adobe Systems)|
|Popularity||★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Popular|
The Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) file format is a graphics format based on the PostScript language. It may include vector graphics, raster graphics, text, embedded fonts, and other data. The format also support transparency, linked files, and document thumbnails, which are used for preview images.
EPS files can be opened by many vector image editing programs, including Adobe Illustrator.
About Adobe Illustrator
Illustrator is a drawing program used for creating and editing vector graphics. It uses paths, rather than bitmaps, to create images, so they can be resized without losing image quality. Illustrator is commonly used for creating logos, signs, drawings, and other types of graphics. It supports layers, text, shapes, and multiple color palettes.
|Published||November 4, 2009|