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EPS - Encapsulated Postscript

Encapsulated PostScript is a page-oriented graphic format developed by the software companies Adobe and Aldus. This format, developed in the 1980s, is lossless. In an EPS file, vector and raster graphics, as well as embedded fonts, can be combined as components. Originally, the format was also used to send data to a printer as it appeared on the screen. Functionally, EPS has been largely replaced by PDF, which can also represent many pages in a single file.


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TESSA DAM goes #unlock2024. Behind us are two exciting and inspiring days at this year's Unlock in the State Room in Boston. In this article, we share our impressions of the event with you. We give you an overview of the brand new features that our experts presented at the event and share our personal highlights of the event with you. Read it now!

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