Vector image information
The3dStudio.com accepts vector images in .AI, .EPS, .CDR, and .SVG formats. The process for adding vector images to The3dStudio.com is very simple and similar to submitting a Stock Photo / Image in JPG format.
Each vector image product you plan to create requires at least two files. One file will be the actual vector file (non-zipped ai, eps, cdr, or svg file) and the other will be a JPG image of that vector. The JPG image should be at least 3 mega pixels in size (our minimum JPG image size) but we recommend making it 3000 x 3000 pixels or larger.
The JPG and vector file(s) must all have identical file names, with only the file extension being different. For example, if you are uploading “apple.eps” then you must also upload “apple.jpg” along with it. You can add multiple vector formats if desired in which case they would be name “apple.ai”, “apple.cdr”, and “apple.svg” to go along with our example.
You will upload all of these files at one time and then create your product. During the product creation process our form will automatically display the JPG image and will offer the JPG in our x-small, small, medium, and large sizes, and will then automatically include the vector formats you previously uploaded. That’s all there is to it!
When a customer sees your new product they will be able to purchase either the JPG image in any of the sizes offered or the vector formats you included. One vector purchase transaction will allow the customer to download all vector files belonging to the product. Your product sales potential will be maximized with both JPG and vector formats.
Some of our sellers have already added vector style images in JPG format. Rather than removing those products, sellers can simply upload a vector file, edit the existing (live) product, and our system will recognize the matching vector file(s). Click the Save button to save the newly recognized vector files and your existing product will now have both JPG and vector files attached to it. Just be sure the new vector file name you upload matches the existing JPG file name when doing this.