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There are two sorts of effects in Illustrator. At the top of the menu, you'll find vector effects named Illustrator Effects, and at the bottom, you'll find raster effects titled Photoshop Effects.

Photoshop is pixel-based, whereas Illustrator is vector-based. Photoshop is a raster-based picture editor that works with pixels. Photoshop is a raster-based image editing and creation programme. Illustrator uses vectors, which are points that are used to make flawlessly smooth lines.

There are two sorts of effects in Illustrator. At the top of the menu, you'll find vector effects named Illustrator Effects, and at the bottom, you'll find raster effects titled Photoshop Effects.

To import an SVG filter, go to Effect > SVG Filters > Import SVG Filter. A dialogue box will popup after that. Open an SVG file with a filter effect in the dialogue box, and Illustrator will import that filter into your current file.

Using the "Open" option in the "File" menu, you can open a Photoshop PSD file in Illustrator. You'll be asked whether you want to load layers as independent objects or flatten them into a single layer. Once the file has been loaded, use the "Image Trace" button to convert it to a vector drawing.

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