Convert a JPEG Logo to a Vector Logo in Inkscape
Learn how to convert your JPEG logo to a vector logo using Inkscape. This tutorial shows you an easy method using the built-in Trace Bitmap feature. With just a few clicks, you can convert your bitmap image (a.k.a. pixel-based image) into a vector drawing with nodes and paths. You can then scale the vector drawing to any size without losing quality, as well as customize the logo to your liking.
This is a great tutorial for beginner graphic designers or Inkscape users whom have clients that send them JPEG logos when a vector logo is needed.
Download the latest version of GIMP 2.10:
Visit our website for more text and video tutorials:
Enroll in Our GIMP Photo Editing Course:
Thanks to our Diamond Level Patrons who support us on Patreon!
Thanks to our Gold Level Patrons who support us on Patreon!
Thanks to our Silver Level Patrons who support us on Patreon!
Support our channel and help us grow by becoming a Patron today – and get cool rewards in return:
Want to make your GIMP theme look like mine? Check out this GIMP tutorial article:
See how you can help out the GIMP Team: