What Is an EPS-file?

EPS-files are a type of graphics file format. The acronym EPS stands for Encapsulated PostScript. EPS is a type of vector files, which means that these graphic files can be resized indefinitely without loss of quality.

Please note that you may require additional software in order to use EPS-files. Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw is recommended, but also Adobe Photoshop handles EPS files to a degree. A free program that handles EPS is GIMP, when installed with Ghostscript.

Read more about EPS-files in Wikipedia.

At YAY you can choose between 999740 vector files, of which most are EPS-files.

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