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    I find they work about the same. The key is to start with a detailed bitmap or res your file up in photoshop.

    Quote Originally Posted by ravrav View Post
    whats the best vector tracing software as illustrator is rubbish!! the paths go all over the place in illustrator.

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    Cool

    i always trace my image just with corel draw, its wondefull i think

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    Thanks, it really works like magic

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    I used to have Vector Magic and it beat everything else hands down! I miss her...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravrav View Post
    there a version of vector maginc on iso hunt but its apparently got visrus's on. anybody have this?
    I have the virus free version... from iptorrents... Im unable to post it athe moment though due to new member restrictions.
    And I agree that Vector Magic is probaBLY the best tracing software although Inkscape does do a pretty good job also.

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    We used Adobe Streamline, but its old and not updated. Nowdays, we use AI CS6 vectorising or the same function in Corel.

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    Vector magic is what I use but can't post because of restrictions.

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    The quality of what you are trying to trace will always affect your results. Rubbish in - rubbish out!

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    I will try vector magic, thank for hint

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    rastervector

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    I think Vector Magic and Inkscape are the best you can find...

    For simpler tasks, I would also recommend the trace feature built in Illustrator...

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    Vectormagic and Silhouette provide the best results so far

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    Illustrator is not so bad if you play with the setting and keep your bitmap BIG.
    I found a setting that works really well for most b&w scan. But I admit that at first i hated it.
    I used to use a software called Silhouette that was really good, but I'm not sure they still make it ??? They used to have an illustrator plugin version and a stand al.

    Never tried vector magic, i'll give it a go... i usually prefer a plugin situation.

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    I hate to say it but Illustrator is the best I've tried. Adobe has pretty much no competition except for Corel that's coming along but still not quite there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bos View Post
    CorelDraw - Trace is very useful. You can get a very accurate result, or if you want to - fast.
    +1 for Corel.

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