Hi, my name is Ivan and I am developing a free image editor Photopea :) It works in a browser, opens Sketch, PSD, and converts Sketch to PSD.
There is one new feature, that I would like to share with you: converting raster graphics back to a vector shape. Have you ever found a nice PNG clipart and wished you had the original SVG?
Many people think, that they need a complex commercial software for it, which takes hours to learn. I wanted to provide a good, yet simple and fast solution right at Photopea.com:
- File - Open (to open your raster file)
- Image - Vectorize Bitmap (play with a slider, hit OK ...UI preview )
- File - Export - SVG / PDF
I think that today, my tool gives the best results out of all free vectorizers (better than Inkscape and all online tools). It can give better results than Adobe Illustrator. HERE you can open many PNGs and try to vectorize them.
I think my tool can save people a lot of time and money, but I don't know how to let designers / illustrators know about it. Could you give me any advice?