What is SVG and How to Open It?
SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics. The SVG file format was created by the World Wide Web Consortium, with Adobe playing a major role, as a standard way to display vector graphics on the Internet.
The files that contain the .svg file extension store two-dimensional graphics. The SVG file format is based on the XML markup language.
How to Open SVG File
SVG images can be created and exported from Adobe Creative Suite programs, such as Illustrator and GoLive. It is not natively supported by Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, and InDesign.
SVG images are best used in video animations and vector graphics.
Software to Easily Open and Use SVG File
To make the best of SVG file, you need a video creation and animation software. While there are many video animation software out there, we recommend Explaindio Video Creator – one of the software we personally use on our projects.
You can use Explaindio Video Creator to:
- Create animations
- Create Doodle Sketch
- Prepare Whiteboard Presentation
- Edit Full Motion Videos
Below is a video compiled from demos submitted by Explaindio users and reviewers.