Encapsulated postscript (EPS)

Encapsulated postscript (EPS),

Definition of Encapsulated postscript (EPS):

  1. File format of Adobes PostScript page description language used in high quality computer printers. EPS is device independent (see device independence): images can be transferred between different applications as well as sized and printed on different (EPS-compatible or emulating) printers, without any loss of image quality. It exploits the full capabilities of the device it is used on.

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