The conventional approach to using Studio Artist is to build up an effect in one or more more raster layers in the main Studio Artist canvas. And then to output the raster canvas view as a raster image file output.
However, some Studio Artist effects can also be output as vector files. If the particular effect you are interested in can be output as a vector file, then that opens up the possibility of resolution-independent printing of that particular effect, as well as use in other vector programs like Adobe Illustrator, or rasterization into a Photoshop layer at arbitrary resolutions, again typically for high-res printing applications.
This first in a series of posts will focus on generating vector output from Studio Artist. Today’s post starts off simple and looks at generating EPS or SVG vector files from a vectorizer effect.
The whole point of the Vectorizer is that it performs raster image to vector conversion, so vectorizer based effects are great candidates for vector file output. You can output vectorizer effects as EPS or SVG vector files in Studio Artist 4.