I have a relatively raster logo that I need to convert to vector format so I can cleanly resize it whenever I wish. You can see the logo at http://www.livingscenes.com/images/crs_logo.gif. Is there a simple way to do this? I was hoping a I could select the individual sections of the logo and somehow convert the outline of the selection to a vector but I did not see a way to do that. I am using PSP 8. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Bob Flora

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5/15/2004 1:48:48 AM

in article MPG.1b0f40fbe140e0ff98968b@news.intrex.net, bflora@b?gf??t.com at bflora@b?gf??t.com wrote on 05/14/2004 6:48 PM: > I have a relatively raster logo that I need to convert to vector > format so I can cleanly resize it whenever I wish. You can see the > logo at http://www.livingscenes.com/images/crs_logo.gif. > > Is there a simple way to do this? I was hoping a I could select the > individual sections of the logo and somehow convert the outline of the > selection to a vector but I did not see a way to do that. I am using > PSP 8. Any help is appreciated. > > Thanks, > Bob Flora http://www.artistmike.com/VectorizationService/1.html

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5/15/2004 2:06:09 AM

bflora@b�gf��t.com wrote: > I have a relatively raster logo that I need to convert to vector > format so I can cleanly resize it whenever I wish. You can see > the logo at http://www.livingscenes.com/images/crs_logo.gif. > > Is there a simple way to do this? I was hoping a I could select > the individual sections of the logo and somehow convert the > outline of the selection to a vector but I did not see a way to > do that. I am using PSP 8. Any help is appreciated. PSP does not do it automatically, although this logo is simple enough to trace with the Pen tool in vector mode. Fifteen minutes work when familiar with the tool, or an excellent learning task if not. If you would like to try it, find how the Pen tool works in Help > Contents > Drawing and Editing Objects > Drawing Objects. For techniques, check out a few of the hundreds of tutorials in the Vector category at http://www.psplinks.com. -- Fred Hiltz, fhiltz at yahoo dot com

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5/15/2004 2:25:08 AM

I haven't tried it - but did a web search and found: http://www.rastervect.com/ -- Chuck <bflora@b�gf��t.com> wrote in message news:MPG.1b0f40fbe140e0ff98968b@news.intrex.net... > I have a relatively raster logo that I need to convert to vector > format so I can cleanly resize it whenever I wish. You can see the > logo at http://www.livingscenes.com/images/crs_logo.gif. > > Is there a simple way to do this? I was hoping a I could select the > individual sections of the logo and somehow convert the outline of the > selection to a vector but I did not see a way to do that. I am using > PSP 8. Any help is appreciated. > > Thanks, > Bob Flora

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5/15/2004 6:02:47 AM

<bflora@b�gf��t.com> wrote in message news:MPG.1b0f40fbe140e0ff98968b@news.intrex.net... > I have a relatively raster logo that I need to convert to vector > format so I can cleanly resize it whenever I wish. You can see the > logo at http://www.livingscenes.com/images/crs_logo.gif. > > Is there a simple way to do this? I was hoping a I could select the > individual sections of the logo and somehow convert the outline of the > selection to a vector but I did not see a way to do that. I am using > PSP 8. Any help is appreciated. > > Thanks, > Bob Flora http://www.angelfire.com/linux/sceadu/psp/crs.html I mailed you the pspimage, tell me if you didn't get it. Sceadu -----= Posted via Newsfeeds.Com, Uncensored Usenet News =----- http://www.newsfeeds.com - The #1 Newsgroup Service in the World! -----== Over 100,000 Newsgroups - 19 Different Servers! =-----

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5/15/2004 9:36:08 AM

> Fifteen minutes > work when familiar with the tool, or an excellent learning task if > not. A learning task then. :-) I really do need to play with vectors more. > If you would like to try it, find how the Pen tool works in Help > > Contents > Drawing and Editing Objects > Drawing Objects. For > techniques, check out a few of the hundreds of tutorials in the > Vector category at http://www.psplinks.com. Thanks for the info. Bob

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5/15/2004 1:22:45 PM

> I haven't tried it - but did a web search and found: > http://www.rastervect.com/ Ok, apparently there's a software tool for everything. :-) Thanks. Bob

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5/15/2004 1:23:56 PM

> http://www.angelfire.com/linux/sceadu/psp/crs.html > > I mailed you the pspimage, tell me if you didn't get it. Oooohhh! The graphic on the web page looks great! Unfortunately, the e-mail did not make it to me. Try the following address instead: bfloraATintrexDOTnet (replace the caps as appropriate, gee, I hope the spambots can't read this sort of thing yet). Many thanks, I really appreciate it! Bob

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5/15/2004 1:30:18 PM

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I am new with Matlab and english it is not my first language, so please have me patience. I want to know the length of 40 vectors (i created them with a loop and their names are A1, A2, ... , A40). I was thinking of using the command "for" but the problem is that i dont know how can i call 1 vector in each iteration. On 3/29/2013 5:05 PM, evil_silla wrote: > I am new with Matlab and english it is not my first language, so please > have me patience. > > I want to know the length of 40 vectors (i created them with a loop and > their names are A1, A2, ... , A40)...

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hi all can i transform a simple raster image in an object? -- Pixael.com owner graphic/programmer "Josh" <josh@pixael.com> wrote in message news:bthn2m$7c3jm$1@ID-203386.news.uni-berlin.de... > hi all > > can i transform a simple raster image in an object? > Yes but not with Psp. Look for Raster to vector in article bthn2m$7c3jm$1@ID-203386.news.uni-berlin.de, Josh at josh@pixael.com wrote on 1/7/04 11:35 AM: > hi all > > can i transform a simple raster image in an object? Other people can, but you can't. "Kris Zalika" <kzal...

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if i have an x vector >>x=[1 2 3 4] is there any function in matlab to get the length of the vector assume i want to make loop with the same length of the vector thanks in advance georgealbertwadie <georgealbertwadie@yahoo.com> writes: >if i have an x vector >>>x=[1 2 3 4] >is there any function in matlab to get the length of the vector >assume i want to make loop with the same length of the vector length? georgealbertwadie wrote: > > > if i have an x vector >>>x=[1 2 3 4] > > is there any function in matlab to get the length of the v...

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