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    tracing

    coreldraw or illustrator

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    I've tried using Vector Magic also. It's good for single color bitmaps, but it's handled gradients kind of weird before.

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    I like clean paths,
    tracing will work great if you have a great source image.

    with illustrator you need to play with the settings a bit
    it works the best

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    I tried corel draw, freehand, and adobe illustrator. so far, imo adobe illustrator still the best of all.

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    Streamline is old..

    Quote Originally Posted by katipan_x View Post
    We used Adobe Streamline, but its old and not updated. Nowdays, we use AI CS6 vectorising or the same function in Corel.
    How do you like the new capabilities in CS6? I use streamline a ton, and it definitely is old but it works a lot better for me than any of the live trace functions I've tried in different versions of Illustrator. It still has some problems which require art to be almost perfect going into it but I'm interested in your experience since you have apparently stopped using it.

    Thanks

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    has any tried Sketch? i came across them after googling foncase...
    http://www.bohemiancoding.com/sketch/

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    Quote Originally Posted by rconteiro View Post
    I use Vector magic, and it does miracles :)
    I agree! While nothing can replace an original vector, I've generally gotten great results from Vector Magic. It has several options allowing you to customize the trace.

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    I'm old school and a perfectionist so I use the bitmap/jpg logos as a template and redraw.

    Some logos are very time consuming though, and did try the auto trace in Illustrator previous to CS6 a while ago just to see how it did and wasn't impressed. To be fair though, I'm sure I didn't play enough with the tools and settings.

    Seen this post and all the comments regarding Vector Magic. Picked it up and used on a rough, sketchy type logo and was actually impressed how well it did.

    It will save me tons of time in the future even if I have to clean it up a bit in Illustrator! Gotta love it...

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    Best Vectorization Software

    I have used a lot of software over the years for vectorizing art and I while there may be better options I can say that Adobe has really upped there game with the vectorization features of Illustrator CS6 and CC.

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    I want to try vector magic.

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    Vector Magic is the way to go

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    Its so simple to trace any image

    why don't you simply use Corel Draw x5. I have personally used it to trace images with ease and in no time.
    Sireprinting.com

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    Adobe Illustrator? I think it's the best

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    Adobe Illustrator of course

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    good.....

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