Commit 378b759a authored by Blackbeard (alberto flores)'s avatar Blackbeard (alberto flores) 🚢

Added small description for AVB

parent 1aa98e85
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Vector file-formats like ``svg`` are a typical example of the latter. They are really small because the technology used to create them is based on mathematics, so it only stores maths-variables and can achieve very high quality. The downside is that the computer needs to spend a lot of time thinking about how it should look, and sometimes different programs have different ways of interpreting the values. Furthermore, vector file-formats imply vector graphics, which is a very different way of working than Krita is specialized in.
There is a new type of Animated Vector Brush for Krita's ``.avb``, this brush is built upon ``svg`` which means you can resize the brush tips as you desire and they will always be high quality.
:ref:`Lossy file formats <lossy_compression>`, like ``jpg`` or ``webp`` are an example of small on disk, but lowering the quality, and are best used for very particular types of images. Lossy thus means that the file format plays fast and loose with describing your image to reduce filesize.
:ref:`Non-lossy or lossless formats <lossless_compression>`, like ``png``, ``gif`` or ``bmp`` are in contrast, much heavier on disk, but much more likely to retain quality.
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