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DC II Unit 3

Graphics Editing

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vector an image created by using a series of mathematically defined lines and curves rather than pixels; also called draw type graphics
windows metafile Microsofts vector file format; clipart
zip compressing files to reduce file size
tif uncompressed bitmap format that supports transparency and 16 million colors, not suitable for web; very large file format and lossless
lossy a compression formula that reduces the file size by removing certain pixels
lossless a compression formula that reduces the file size without data loss
graphics interchange format supports transparency and animation; uncompressed bitmap that supports only 256 colors
adobe illustrator vector image format
compression encoding data to take up less storage space and less bandwidth for transmission
rasterize converting vector objects in an image to bitmap content
Joint Photographer Experts Group compressed bitmap file format, supports 16 million colors (lossy), does not support transparency not animation, best suited for web
Created by: hopkinst