EPS – Encapsulated PostScript
EPS is a graphic format for vector-based images in Adobe Illustrator and used for professional printing purposes. Because EPS files are a vector, they are scalable and able to be printed on very small areas like labels or stickers as well as very large spaces like billboards. EPS formats should have “outlined” fonts which allows a professional printer to open and use your logo file without having to have the original font installed on their computer.
What are the benefits of EPS files?
Easily scalable for a wide range of print sizes
Editable on design software like Adobe Illustrator
Support transparent backgrounds
Use EPS files to put your logo on:
Promotional items and apparel
How do you open EPS files?
You can open .eps files with Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop, but this process can be tricky and is not recommended for novices.