Vector art is a process that converts raster images into line art images to opposite points by using vector lines. Some common formats used in vector art conversion are .bmp, .gif, and .jpg, where the dots are used to create pictures and other images. The vector image is smaller than the bitmap image, and the image can be reduced at any possible level without destroying the resolution. Various printers require vector files, and vector images allow you to change colors and edit pictures in any way you choose. The vector image is detailed and no resolution is lost in it. The art of manually digitizing the embroidery is converted into a computerized form that tells the computer how to move in the embroidery process.