So I am looking for a way to convert an psd to an svg. I can open both and even save both, but using different programs. Gimp can open a psd, but not save in svg. And Inkscape can open and save a svg, but not open psd.
The source file is a psd. Saving it in any other format(ie.. png, jpg, ect...) will naturally not keep the quality of the psd.
sorry if this is a dumb question but I am getting stressed here.
I am trying to save a document (in word 2010 using Play on Linux) and when I click save it pups up a Windows "window" to save the file. I save it but I can find it in the Ubuntu "explorer". It is like if it was saved to a virtual machine within PlayOnLinux and I can't retrieve it nor find it.
I am using LibreOffice Excel, latest version. I like to save my document in "Tab delimited" - that "Tab delimited" is a feature in MS Excell and then one can open up the document in Windows 7 - Notepad.
That enables one to then upload the ".txt" into an online system that is currently used.
I have a huge amount of TGA files from the game Counter-Strike (environment files such as sky, grass, water etc) and they are pretty big. There were some other TGA files that I manually opened and saved as (5.5MB total to 1.5MB) for weapon previews that I saved. This is for putting on my 256MB USB. I already removed the unwanted junk from the game.