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Can PS export to a Vector file?

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I have a file saved in ps. I would like to have this file as a vector, can I do this in ps? if not is there anyway to do this?
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No, raster is raster, vector is vector and because of the data types you cant go from raster to vector. EXCEPT: a few programs like Adobe Streamline can translate from raster to vector but there is a HUGE quality loss and the results are less than optimal for editing.
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