I was browsing the other day and came across SUPER VECTORIZER and decided to give it a go.
Why? Well Silhouette Studio trace function does leave something to be desired at times. It does not differentiate between colours, only tones. That makes tracing some images next to impossible.
I know I could use Gimp, or other full blooded graphics packages to do it, but sometimes I just want the simple option, one window to open, clean and quick.
Super Vectoriser is just that. Only one window opens, like this.
Import your image, select an option or two and save in SVG, Vector PDF, AI or DXF.
That's it, done. Now how good your result is depends on how good your image is to start with, the settings you apply and the result you want. It would be great for decoupage for example. It will excel at photos to convert to vinyl, or clipart that has colours inside but no interior outlines.
In the image above,I have separated out some of the layers of colour, in a way that would not be possible in Studio.
So there you go, another choice for tracing images . Don't forget, you need to give the cut line a colour and width down to zero - you don't automatically see the cut lines!
Here is the video I made that shows it in action.