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Easy Vectorization Process

User-friendly import options offering a straightforward interface for importing images, either by selecting from library or uploading a file directly, streamlining the start of the vectorization process.

Custom Settings for Tailored Outcomes

Customizable vectorization settings including adjustable settings for presets, background removal, color clustering, filter speckle, color precision, layer difference, curve detection, corner threshold, length threshold, and splice threshold, allowing for precise control over the vectorization outcome.

Advanced Features for Comprehensive Design Adaptability

Advanced feature integration such as spline curve detection and various threshold adjustments, suitable to both simple and complex vectorization needs, accommodating a wide range of design requirements.

How it works

Vectorization is the seamless next step after image generation, transforming these images into scalable vector graphics. The process involves uploading the generated images to the tool, adjusting settings for optimal results, and exporting the finished vectors for use in animation software, such as Spline, or any game development platform, such as Unity or Unreal.

Use cases

Character Design and Animation

Vectorization can be used to convert concept art into clean, scalable assets for characters. These vector assets can be easily animated within game engines or animation software due to their ability to scale without losing quality, making them ideal for games that require smooth scaling and rotation of characters across various devices and resolutions.

Environmental Art

For games that have a distinct art style or require a lot of zooming and panning, such as strategy or simulation games, vectorization allows environmental assets to remain crisp and detailed regardless of the zoom level. This ensures that the game's visual fidelity is maintained across all gameplay scenarios.

UI/UX Elements

User interface elements like icons, buttons, and menus benefit greatly from vectorization. Vectors ensure that UI assets remain sharp and clear at different screen sizes and resolutions, enhancing the player's visual experience and interaction with the game's interface.

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