EPS, Encapsulated PostScript (.eps)
The .eps file format
EPS is an abbreviation for Encapsulated post Script. It has .esp extension. This file extension was developed in 1992 by Adobe systems. It is a standard format and it is used to export and import single page of formatted text, graphics and images. Most EPS files have a bitmap preview.
.eps technical details
An EPS file must contain not less than two DSC header comments. With one confirming that the file conforms to version 3 if EPS format and also bounding box comment. This bounding Box comment defines values that indicate the size of the image to any application reading the file.
Additional information about EPS file format
|File conversion||Convert a EPS file|
|Associated programs||Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft gigital image editor, Corel DRAW|