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|MIME types: application/postscript, application/eps, application/x-eps, image/eps, image/x-eps|
EPS page description language and file format.
Commonly used in 2D vector graphics and page layout applications.
Self-contained PostScript fragment, suitable for inclusion in other documents.
EPS is an acronym derived from Encapsulated PostScript.
Plain text format.
Stores text and vector graphics using the PostScript language.
Can include fonts and embedded raster graphics.
Supports various color encodings, including monochrome, grayscale, RGB, and CMYK.
Precursor to PDF.
PostScript was introduced in 1984 by Adobe.
|Background||Automatic||background color shown in transparent image regions|
|ImageSize||Automatic||overall image size|
|ImageResolution||72||image resolution for rasterization in dpi|
|"AllowRasterization"||Automatic||whether to rasterize graphics that require advanced versions of PDF|
|"EmbeddedFonts"||True||whether to include nonstandard fonts|
|"PreviewFormat"||None||format of the image preview to be included|
|None||no embedded preview|
|"Interchange"||device-independent preview (EPSI)|
|"Metafile"||Windows metafile preview (WMF)|
|"TIFF"||TIFF raster image|
Basic Examples (7)
When converting output containing characters to EPS, Mathematica by default includes all nonstandard fonts in the exported document:
This exports a Cell expression to EPS:
This converts a Notebook expression to EPS: