how to save this logo as a SVG?

svensvek

New Member
hi,

i want to save this ball with its gradients as a SVG file for my website. Turns out to that it's not possible, maybe because SVG does not support this complex gradients?
Does anybody knows a trick or workaround for that?

thanks alot!
Sven
 

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Naheed

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To save the JPG file as a SVG file for your website, I will suggest
trying online available tools. Upload the JPG file and convert it
into an SVG file. You can try the following online websites:
  • Convertio
  • Zamzar
 

Stationery Direct

Administrator
Staff member
To save the JPG file as a SVG file for your website, I will suggest
trying online available tools. Upload the JPG file and convert it
into an SVG file. You can try the following online websites:
  • Convertio
  • Zamzar
I'd like to see how that turns out.
 

Levi

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Staff member
All I did was use export to svg on affinity photo and got the below (converted back to jpeg due to svg not being supported - @Stationery Direct any chance for support?).... not perfect (it's likely rasterised a fair bit) but better than those online converters
 

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Stationery Direct

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Yeah works much better in Illustrator, think I have sorted the SVG attachment issue too.
 

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Webchoice

New Member
I would also suggest saving the JPG file as an SVG file for your website, And
try online available tools. Upload the JPG file and convert it
into an SVG file.
 

JeffKo

New Member
Hi all -
New member here and just scrolling thru some of the posts when I came across this one.
I'm fairly/very new to Illustrator but have been playing with auto trace.
Took down the Paths and Corners sliders and also used a High Fidelity Photo setting. This was done to get rid of the banding that was occurring on the gradients.
Here's a jpg of what i came up with and also a link to the svg file since I can't post that format:

ball edited.jpg
Here's a link to the vector files:

[link removed - Levi, moderator]

I basically just opened the vector I created in Photoshop and then saved as a jpg.

Late to the game but always willing to learn! :giggle:

- Jeff
 
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Levi

Moderator
Staff member
I deleted the linked file because to put it simply, you're a new poster and we have no idea if that file is 'clean'.

For reference this forum 'should' support svg files being uploaded although thumbnails might not show.
 

JeffKo

New Member
I deleted the linked file because to put it simply, you're a new poster and we have no idea if that file is 'clean'.

For reference this forum 'should' support svg files being uploaded although thumbnails might not show.
Hi Levi - thanks for the response. I understand the caution. The jpg is a pretty good representation of the final svg file.
I tried it as an attachment but it wouldn't load.
Thanks again - looking forward to meeting and collaborating with other members!
- Jeff
 

JeffKo

New Member
It might be because the file was an .svgz file rather than just an .svg file
Yep - you're right. Just tried it as an svg and it would work. But didn't post because it changed the result.
Trying to understand the differences...
 
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