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Raster to Vector Conversion Software

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Which one is the best and where can I get it.
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by:digitalsatori
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I've done some *VERY* basic raster to vector back in my web design days.  I used to use a program called Wintopo.  It's free, and you can download it from http://www.wburrows.demon.co.uk/softsoft/wintopo/index-free.htm.

Hope this helps!  =)
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Lobo042399 earned 500 total points
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Hi Digitalsatori,

Here is a previous question regarding the same situation as yours:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Graphics/Web_Images/Q_21047538.html

Good Vibes!

Lobo
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by:weed
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As in the question lobo linked to. Silhouette or Adobe Streamline. Silhouette is certainly more current than Streamline.
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by:JoshDale
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Heh, I forgot I asked that, thanks.
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