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The whole premise of vector graphics is that there is a drawing engine in the output device that can interpret graphical commands and output shapes and fonts at the maximum resolution of its rasterizer. In simple terms, when someone produces a Postscript projector or media player, there will be a video equivalent of vector graphics. But in another sense, ...


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Video is a sampled, quantized series of pixels in an array - so I don't think they are directly comparable - it is inherently a series of bitmap images played sequentially. The nearest equivalent to what you're asking about is SVG animation, where you are rendering a series of pixels in a web browser based on some instructions telling the computer how to ...


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