Most common bitmaps are photographs and videos, images that represent the real or natural world.
The most common vector graphics are ‘twodimensional’ designs for the World Wide Web.
Vectorbased computer graphics are heavily used in industries that need precise designs. Vector graphics vector graphics are scalable without losing any resolution, unlike bitmap graphics. Usually, if I double the size of a vector image after that, it does not lose sharpness or clarity. If I were to double the size of a bitmap hereafter I will lose sharpness as the individual bits or pixels become more visible. Now look. Most of us are aware that there is no ‘clearcut’ dividing line between most 2D ‘vector graphic’ editors and many bitmapgraphic editors.
At the lowest level, a ‘vector graphics’ editor will include bitmaps as a background and crop them. They often do sides of the other. If the vector data is converted to a bitmap format after that, the program is a bitmap editor. I’d say if the program stores the vector data so it can be included in this category.
With that said, where look, there’s a clear dividing line is what happens to the vector information when the image is saved to a file. Fact, the typical place where vector graphics and bitmap graphics are stored together are compound formats. It is you are probably familiar with what are primarily document formats. Check this page for more details, So if you will like to give something back to the freeware community by taking it over.
With that said, this software category is in need of an editor.