What is the difference between raster storage image and vector storage image?

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Raster Image:

The images is considered as rectangular arrays of pixels, each pixel have different colors stored as three numbers, for RGB. In a Monochrome system [black-and-white], each screen point is either on (a bit value of 1) or off (a bit value of 0), so only one bit per pixel is needed to store the intensity of screen positions.

Vector Image:

The image is stored as a set of instructions for displaying the.

  • Are often used for text, diagrams, mechanical drawings, and other applications where precision are important and photographic images and complex shading aren’t needed.
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Bijay Satyal
Oct 22, 2021
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