1. Adobe Express
The free PNG to SVG converter tool from Adobe Express lets you upload your PNG image and convert it to SVG in seconds.
Convert your PNG image to an SVG for free.
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a web-friendly vector file format. This means you can resize your SVG as needed without losing quality, while PNG images, on the other hand, can become pixelated if enlarged too much. Convert your PNG to SVG to use in logos, infographics, illustrations, and more. Simply upload your image to our tool, convert your PNG to a vector, and download.
Do more with your image.
Converting your image for a bigger project? Unleash your creativity with the photo editing capabilities and design tools from Adobe Express. Remove the background of your image to highlight the subject, apply filters, or add GIFs and animation for a dynamic design. There are countless ways to create a compelling image for any printed or digital format.
PNG to SVG Converter. Convert your png files to svg online & free
Step 1: Upload png-file(s)
Select files from Computer, Google Drive, Dropbox, URL or by dragging it on the page.
Step 2: Choose “to svg”
Choose svg or any other format you need as a result (more than 200 formats supported)
Step 3: Download your svg
Let the file convert and you can download your svg file right afterwards
Portable Network Graphic (PNG)
PNG is a raster graphic data storage format that uses lossless compression algorithm to Deflate. PNG was created as a free format to replace GIF. PNG supports three main types of raster images: grayscale image, a color indexed image and the color image. PNG format stores graphical information in a compressed form.
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
SVG is a markup language, scalable vector graphics, created by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), designed for describing two-dimensional vector and mixed vector / raster graphics in XML. Supports both and animated, interactive graphics and declarative scripting. Not support the description of three-dimensional objects. The basis of SVG VML formed markup languages and PGML.
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