Open EPS File Format – Programs and How to

EPS is an Encapsulated PostScript files definition and linked programs information.

 

How to open EPS Files

 

The File extension eps is used by the following type(s):

type description:
Default for .eps file type:
Encapsulated PostScript files
The EPS file suffix presents graphics files saved in the Adobe Encapsulated PostScript graphics file format.
Programs
that open eps files:
ACDSee Photo Manager (Microsoft Windows)
Adobe Creative Suite (Microsoft Windows)
Adobe Illustrator (Microsoft Windows)
Adobe Photoshop (Microsoft Windows)
Blender (Microsoft Windows)
Corel Presentations (Microsoft Windows)
CorelDraw Graphics Suite (Microsoft Windows)
FastStone Image Viewer (Microsoft Windows)
Free PDF Converter (Microsoft Windows)
OpenOffice.org Draw (multiplatform software)
Preview (Apple OS X)
PrimoOnline (Microsoft Windows)
QuarkXPress (Microsoft Windows)
QuarkXPress for Mac (Apple OS X)
Ventura Publisher (MS-DOS)
XnView (multiplatform software)

An EPS file is a postscript program. Some applications can display a preview in the screen.

EPS is a document format that can also be used as a vector graphics format.

Related formats are PDF (portable document format) and SVG (scalable vector graphics).