EPS (Encapsulated PostScript)


Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) is a graphics file format widely used in the printing industry.

It's a vector-based format, meaning it's based on mathematical formulas that ensure the image maintains its quality when resized.

EPS files are often used for logos, illustrations, and other graphics that require precise rendering at various sizes.

They can contain both vector and bitmap graphics and are compatible with most graphic design software.

Related support guides

Vector Artwork Guide


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