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12 December 2005, 01:21 AM
otally free, none limited RasVector. The powerful, fast, easy to use Raster To Vector Tool.

New Feature: Making Assorted Thumbs Collections

1. In [File] / [Raster Batch Conversion].
2. Add source files to StringGrid.
3. Select a target file in stringGrid.
4. Press [Make Thumbs] to start generating.

Kinds of Image Processing function

4 mode of Vectorizing function


1. More powerful than Algolab Photo Vector, 20 times faster than Adobe Streamline in conversion speed. Since it is unbelievable fast, real time preview Vectorizing result is available only in RasVector. Further more, By adjust varied parameters making plentiful results.

2. User Friendly. There are 4 basic conversion modes: Cad/Gerber, Pen-Drawing, Water-Painting, Photo. Need only a Click, you will get interesting effect in a flash.

3. Support tens formats of Image File Import. Mmiscellaneous Raster Image Process function. By apply varied functions previously, you can convert it to unique Vector Image. The only limitation is your creativity. Surport *.Bmp, *.Jpg, *.Gif, *.Wmf output.

4. Batch Vector Conversion. Unbelievable? Believe it. Since RasVector is fast enough. Only RasVector can do it so far. Output *.AI, *.DXF, *.Gbr.

5. Batch Raster Conversion. Add Image Effect to many files and output on the fly.

6. Operation marcro recorder and player. You can record your operation, save to file, reload and play.

7. .....Many others. Keep updated in

8. Totally free, full-functioned, none-limited.

Supported Language: English, Traditional Chinese.

The most updated news are avaliable at ....。Please feel free to tell me your comments and suggestion. Also leave messages on Message Board to encourage me. Thanks a lot. : )

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12 December 2005, 04:49 PM
interesting, i'll give it a try since it's free. Thanks!

12 December 2005, 09:40 PM
Gonna give it a spin, thanks for sharing !

12 December 2005, 11:03 PM
Hey that's pretty cool.. thanks.

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