This free conversion is based on Aspose.Imaging for .NET, which is a fast API for image processing, including but not limited to image conversion.
You can use it in your own apps and integrate image conversion in your C# .NET projects. Aspose.Imaging for .NET is suitable in the following scenarios:
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An SVGZ file is a Scalable Vector Graphics (.SVG) file compressed with gzip compression. It contains graphics data in an XML format and supports graphical elements including transparency, gradients, animations, and filters.
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GIF brings together curators, collectors, and creators through a protocol focused on NFT curation. Users can create their own exhibitions of any Ethereum-based NFTs, forming a network of cultural relationships.