What it's the difference between .EPS and .AI?


#1

What it’s the difference between .EPS and .AI? I know that AI is illustrator file, but EPS?


#2

.EPS stands for Encapsulated PostScript, it can be opened by more applications and has a different file encoding etc. than AI Files.

Hope this helps!

Thomas


#3
.EPS stands for Encapsulated PostScript, it can be opened by more applications and has a different file encoding etc. than AI Files.

Hope this helps!

Thomas

Hi Thomas, but EPS it’s better than AI?


#4
.EPS stands for Encapsulated PostScript, it can be opened by more applications and has a different file encoding etc. than AI Files.

Hope this helps!

Thomas

Hi Thomas, but EPS it’s better than AI?


#5

It depends what you’re working with. If you’re working solely within Illustrator then AI is the way to go, if you’re working between Vector programs then try EPS. :slight_smile:

If you’re trying to display it in a browser then SVG will be the way to go. :slight_smile:


#6
Shaktal said

It depends what you’re working with. If you’re working solely within Illustrator then AI is the way to go, if you’re working between Vector programs then try EPS. :slight_smile:

If you’re trying to display it in a browser then SVG will be the way to go. :slight_smile:

ah ok, I am also new here and my vector file got rejected because they said that they need the EPS version. so should I upload the vector file also with the cs,2,3,4, and cs5 eps version??
SO my buyers can use any version they want, is it just better to have the eps in cs3-5 versions?