If you are using only vector presets in your PASeq can your PASeq as .svg (which is like .eps).
The presets in the Vectorizer are all vector.
The Paint Synthesizer has a lot of vector presets as well that will output to .SVG. You can see if a Paint Synthesizer preset is vector by checking to places in the Paint Synthetizer preset editor.
1. The Vector Output Panel Main Render Option will be set to Vector.
2. It is possible for the Main Render Option to be set to Raster but it’s still actually a vector preset. The other place to check is Brush Type. If that is set to AntiAliased Solid it is a vector preset. The Sprio presets are often set up this way
There are also a number of vector presets in Image Operations especially some of the sketch effects that you can also output as .svg.
NOTE: If there are any raster (non-vector steps) in your PASeq they will not be rendered out to .svg but all of the vector steps will output .svg
TO OUTPUT .SVG
Once you are done designing your PASeq.
Choose Action > Generate SVG > with Paint Action Sequence
You can then import the .svg to PS or Illustrator for printing or
Bring back to SA for printing choosing File > Import > Open SVG as new Canvas
And then change the canvas size to whatever ever you want. (Please note that after around 15K Studio Artist may have issues so in that case try opening in PS or Illustrator)