Vextractor is a vectorizer program for transforming raster images into vector formats by building centerlines and outlines. This tool could be used for the vectorizing photo, logotypes and other line art images for use in Vector Graphics Design software. You can also vectorize charts, drawings, maps and schemes for input to CAD or GIS systems.
The program has all tools necessary for viewing images: scaling, scrolling, and color selection. Vextractor features: TWAIN support for importing images from any scanner; automatic recognition of orthogonal lines, arcs, and circles; saving the original drawing's scale. Vextractor can convert halftone and color images to black-and-white images for further recognition; it can rotate and change the orientation of raster images.
Vextractor has a built-in vector editor, which can be used for the editing of vectorization results. The program can create curves using Bezier splines, which allow obtaining images smoother than the original raster. By picking specific optimal parameters, you can obtain an image of curves, which look greater than the original image.
The program also can be used for the digitizing of function graphs to be used in MS Excel and other mathematical applications. The special
# Vextractor 64-bit version now can process black-and-white images over 2 GPix.
# Color palette creation was improved.
# Vectorization GUI was reorganized and simplified.
Pentium III, 128 Mb RAM