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Convert Image to EPS using VB.net

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I am writing a VB.net application that will need to convert any supported image format (jpg, gif, png, bmp) into an EPS.
I have performed conversions from gif to jpg, bmp to jpg etc, but can't figure out how to go about converting an image file to EPS.

Does anyone have a solution to this please?

Thanks in advance.
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Sorry, but I have not heard of a EPS. Could you tell me what that is.
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.EPS - Encapsulated Post Script - It's a Vector Image format.
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Thanks for the link but it doesn't tell me if/how I can convert jpegs etc into eps files using .NET image manipulation.
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I have code on converting images but Iam not sure if it would work on EPS.
do you have a name of a sample image that I should be looking for like a picture of a .wmf  or something
that I can find to make a test.
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So far the only thing that I found was that Adobe Photo shop Software converts to EPS.
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