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  1. Hi, I'd like to be able to convert say a .png to .svg in order to have it draw nicely in Easy Sketch Pro 3, Explaindio or VideoFX. I did import a png line drawing with transparent background into AD & exported it as a .svg but when I imported the folder with it in, or when I just imported the image into Easy Sketch Pro 3 the folder was empty or nothing was added to the canvas. So not only does it not draw nicely but it's invisible. Do you have any tips to do this? It would be great to be able to have a larger variety of images to doodle or sketch with these programs but it seems some svgs show up & draw well while others don't. Thanks for any help. If we can get this to work you would have a lot of customers :) I have a Mac mini running 10.10.5 that meets AD system requirements. Here is the image I used: https://pixabay.com/en/flower-pink-blossom-pegals-lotus-305662/(the smallest png) (I know there is also an .svg download option of this image & it does import & draw well in ESP3, just there are a lot more pngs that don't have an svg version to download.
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