I'm converting pdf files to svg as it is easier to use svg files on webpages. I first thought the quality of svg must be similar to pdf, as they are both vector graphics.
However, now I look a little better on it, it seems that pdf is a bit superior:
I wonder if I could change this in some way.
- Is this because pdf vectors are just better quality ?
- Or is this because chrome renders svg in lower quality than adobe reader renders pdf ?
- Is this a setting in the svg file that I could change ?
Here is the pdf file: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/58922976/syllabusLinAlg2012.59.pdf
And here is the svg file: (https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/58922976/syllabusLinAlg2012.59.svg)
I've made this svg file in illustrator, and only chrome is able to use the embedded svg fonts. So firefox and internet explorer won't give the expected result.