Does anybody know how to convert a .png (transparent background) image to a .svg vector image (transparent background) without losing colors of the original .png? I have looked at multiple solutions on Internet, and tried many, but not successful yet.
So if anybody does that already, it would be great to know.
edit: Thank you for your replies. Please see this image. When I create a svg using different solutions, I want to be able to get the same image with a transparent background. Instead most of the solutions I found (desktop apps) create the rectangular block of bluish color, when I open it in Aurora 3d logo animation software. Some solutions allow me to create only borders of the logo below, but then I do not understand how to fill color in it the way I want in Aurora 3d software. These images open up with colors in Inkspace, but the moment I import svg into Aurora I do not get the same effect.
I am attaching some screenshots in aurora 3d software after importing the svg.
Edit: Thank you very much CFS. I am able to create a separate colored svg as per your steps, however, when I import that in Aurora 3d, I still do not get colors. I get the following. Why I am still not getting colors?
Also, I would not like to have that rectangular frame covering the logo, but only logo, and I tried some settings in Inkspace to have only logo, and no surrounding frame, but was not successful.
edit: Hi Cai. thank you for your reply. Yes, I noticed that about Aurora and tried coloring the object, but I think a problem is the way I can unlink "break" individual objects in inkspace, in Aurora, the entire SVG is a single object, and even though I am trying to ungroup / edit svg, it still applies any transformation (like fill color) to the entire SVG than only a single object. I am trying to see how can I edit individual objects in Aurora now. Example attached.