VectorMagic lets you upload logos and/or photos (any image, really) to their website and run through their handy Flash wizard that gives you multiple options in converting your un-scalable, raster-based jpegs into scalable vectory goodness. Choose from low, medium and high quality vectors. Don’t be fooled – low/medium/high doesn’t refer to the quality of the output file – just the level of detail the application will try to achieve. Simple logo images without many fine lines or details will do just fine with low quality.  The more complicated photo I used looked fantastic as medium and high quality. If you sign up, you get two free download credits.



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