Sorry to bother you all but I was wondering if I could just get help with what the difference is between Bitmap and vector. In terms of why are each used and if you can really help me by making a few picture example of the differences between them? It would really help me a lot and really be appriciated. Sorry if it seems a lot to ask @_@
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Differences between Bitmap and Vector?
You're talking about the difference between the bitmap file format and the vector graphics?
Well all i know is that in vector graphics you can can define primitives and construct your image by combining those. At the end you have your vector graphic script and it has to be interpreted before you get your image.
What you gain is that you basically have less data as your image is only a script which takes less place than the usual format holding all the rgb values for each pixel of your image.
As for bitmaps i would read the related wikipedia articles for a quick understanding.
The short, simple answer is that vector is basically data rather than a set image, so you can resize it however you like and the image won't drop in quality. Much like enterring text.
Thanks for the help