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Is it possible to convert a png with a complicated gradient to svg without using taking up too much time in 3d programs. I tried using online programs, but all of the colours wouldn't appear and when they did, the gradient wasn't the same.

This is my original file:

Original picture

and this is after converting online:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IDA_d4o_UAWWFpQxjMpOATb61bMMsbjb/view?usp=sharing

The only solution is to edit it in a 3d program. The problem is that I'm in a time crunch for this project and I don't have the expertise because I'm a beginner. Im not the on that made the logo.

What should I do?

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    Why on earth do you need a 3D Program? There is no 3D there at all. This is fairly easily created in Adobe Illustrator or InkScape. – Scott Aug 18 '20 at 4:30
  • Make the shapes using a vector editor like the ones Scott mentioned then add a gradient fill and make it look like the above. – Zach Saucier Aug 18 '20 at 12:21
  • Why wouldnt you have the vector version? – joojaa Aug 18 '20 at 13:44
  • What is the original file? which program was used to create? That looks like vector already, can't you ask the author for the original file?. – Luciano Aug 19 '20 at 8:16
  • @Luciano I can't, they don't have his contact info anymore – Aleksandar Vasilic Aug 19 '20 at 11:48
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Auto tracing doesn't work with gradients. You don't need 3D software for this.

Use a vector image editor such as Illustrator or Inkscape (which is free), trace the bitmap just as a solid black graphic, then re-create the gradients by sampling the colours from the original using the Eyedropper tool, and fill the graphics with the gradients.

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If you have more time than me, it might also be better to retype the text instead of tracing it because traced text won't look good close up.

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