The program can save converted raster images to the following vector formats: DXF, WMF, EMF, EPS, AI or SVG. Files of these vector formats can be imported to popular vector graphics applications like AutoCAD, Corel Draw, Adobe Illustrator, and many others. This software is a perfect replacement for the traditional tracing and digitizing. It can save lots of your time, for it is much quicker to use this program rather than do the tracing by hand or using a digitizer. Why Do You Need Raster to Vector Converter Command Line? Chances are these days you can open raster files (e.g., BMP, TIFF, PNG, JPG) with your favorite CAD program, the majority of modern CAD programs can import and display raster images. However, as soon as you import your raster file in your CAD program, you will find out that all you can do with it is just view it and trace it over. You are unable to modify or edit the raster as easily as you can do vector data. That takes place because CAD software can only work with vector files. If you want to edit raster files in a CAD application you need to convert them to vector files first. That can be done with a raster to vector conversion program (vectorizer). Once your raster image is converted to the vector format, you will be able to import it into your CAD application and then edit it like any other drawings that you do with your CAD application. The list below summarizes the conversion of hard-copy drawings to CAD drawings, using the raster to vector converter: 1. Create a raster file by scanning a hard-copy drawing with a scanner. 2. Use Raster to Vector Converter Command Line to convert the raster file to the vector format.