Svg Vs Bitmap. OpenCities Planner allows image uploads in the following formats. My question was in fact if bitmap images may be included inside the svg so that the svg image would be self contained.
Being comfortable with the ins and outs of both formats and how they translate when exported is an essential skill for every designer. Bitmap images which are created from different colored pixels are the more common image type found in digital products and websites. Apparently svg files are simply xml files.
To this end designers in the digital age often choose between two types of digital images in order to get their point across.
Any of the above file types can be exported to a pdf format so these files can be either vector or raster or a combination of the two. My question was in fact if bitmap images may be included inside the svg so that the svg image would be self contained. Thats why designers are using it more frequently. In contrast vector images which rely on mathematic equations to generate a two-dimensional image.