Png Vs Svg Vs Eps. A svg (scalable vector graphics) file is a vector image file format. The first file type that we are going to talk a little bit about is a svg file.
The latest of all the file types, svg (scalable vector graphics) is a vector image file format released in 2001, and is more powerful than other file formats suitable for the web. Click the “convert to eps” button to start the conversion. It is an extension of the postscript, a language (with corresponding file type.ps) adobe designed for image processing before printing in the 70's.
The main difference between eps and svg is that eps is a legacy vector graphics file format for print workflow while svg is a vector graphic file format for web.
The most obvious difference is that svg is a vector format, while png is bitmapped. Svg is the standard approach if one wishes to use vector files for the web since this is the only choice left whereas eps are applicable in a print publishing context since svg lacks many features required by print. Because it is vector it can easily be resized to any size it needs to be. A potential issue with svg is that you cannot read only a part of the graphic object.