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Photoshop EPS

Photoshop EPS is actually a format you’ll probably not want to save to. Although EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) files are compatible with a host of graphics and page layout programs, they’re not the best choice for saving raster, bit-mapped images, which are what Photoshop Elements creates. The EPS format adds layers of PostScript code to describe everything from the way an image appears in preview to the way it’s color managed, which translates into overhead in the form of bloated file size and slower display time. Any advantage this format holds for displaying and printing vector art and typography is lost on Photoshop Elements’ raster art.


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