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convert or recreate .svg files

Discussion in 'Corel' started by tintshopplus, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. tintshopplus

    tintshopplus Member

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    i'm a noob so this may be more simple than i'm making it. however, i had a biz submit logos to me in .svg. needless to say, there are no layers, i can't ungroup them. can i convert this in corel somehow or am i going to have to recreate these? anyone's help much appreciated. thank you in advance.
     
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  2. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    at least its vector and not a scan of a business card
     
  3. w2csa

    w2csa Active Member

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    Can you import it and then export it as a .eps?
     
  4. gnatt66

    gnatt66 Active Member

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    i use inkscape to open .svg and save as .eps

    its free and works well..love inkscape for some little things.
     
  5. thewood

    thewood Very Active Member

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    I often use Illustrator to convert .svg files to something that I can import into Flexi (.ai, .eps, .pdf).
     
  6. tintshopplus

    tintshopplus Member

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    but how do you get the layers. i got a couple of them to work from inkscape or as a pdf and i can cut the colors. but a couple of others won't work at all.
     
  7. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    post an example...if its one color, it may be all compounded
     
  8. thewood

    thewood Very Active Member

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    Yes...or grouped, welded, masked, etc.
     
  9. signage

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    The file he sent me is a raster object! Just because a file has vector programs extension does not guarantee that the file is vector objects!
     
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