Encapsulated postscript file or .EPS for short is an Adobe Systems-developed file format. It is a device-independent PostScript representation of a graphic or other object. It stores files as vectors and includes a low-resolution bitmap representation for quick on-screen viewing.
File extensions are three-digit designations at end of a file name that indicate what format the file has been saved in. Common artwork file formats include: .eps, .jpeg, .pdf, .ps, .psd, .tiff. Common mail list file formats include: .csv, .txt, .xls.
File format, which is unique for different file types, specifies how information is organized. Common artwork file formats include: .eps, .jpeg, .pdf, .ps, .psd, .tiff. Common mail list file formats include: .csv, .txt, .xls.
File transfer protocol or FTP for short is a method used for logging into remote computer networks, browsing and searching directories, and downloading or uploading files without data loss. FTP is one of the methods used by PsPrint to upload artwork and mail list files via the Internet.
Halftone is an image composed of tiny dots whose variations in size create the illusion of variations in tone. In the past, a halftone screen was used to convert a continuous tone image into a halftone; today, such screening is done electronically.