SVG-file format

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When vill you make it possible to save Snags as SVG-files (keeping vektorized objects).
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Lena Hyllander

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atoddkaiser

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Hey Guys. Just checking in to see if there is any update on adding SVG support in Snagit (Mac version preferred).
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Mark Krukowski

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Any updates?
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4evermaat

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yes...i would like to see svg export support for snagit.
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areola14

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Ditto
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Jody

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Is there any news on SnagIt supporting exports to .svg files?
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Joe Morgan

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SnagItĀ  does work with a lot of vector objects like Text, Callouts and Arrows.

However, it's not an actual Vector Graphics Editor.It cannot perform image traces or convertĀ  images into vector graphics. That makes it impossible to save an image as a .svg

So even if they added export to .svg , aside from arrows and callouts. There wouldn't much you could actually export.

Regards,Joe
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AFAIK, SVG can integrate both pixelgraphics and vector elements (paths).