How to Convert Midjourney Images into SVG for Free

If you want to convert Midjourney images into SVG, this guide is for you. 

This article will provide you with two free tools that can help you transform your AI-generated images into vector graphics without losing quality. Converting your Midjourney images into vector format can be particularly useful if you are creating logos, graphics, or other visual content that needs to be scalable without losing quality.

You can also create nifty self-drawing animations with these SVG files in MS PowerPoint. 

Vector graphics are resolution-independent, which means that they can be scaled up or down without any loss of detail or clarity. For example, below are the zoomed-in versions of a raster image and the same when converted to SVG: 

Convert Midjourney Images into SVG: (Use the Vectorizer tool)

This is the screenshot of zoomed-in versions of the raster (left) and the SVG (right) versions of the same image. This screenshot is a PNG file, so it will get blurred if try to zoom it in.

Observe how the left-side image gets blurry when zoomed in but the image on the right side is crisp and clear because it is a screengrab of an SVG, which are infinitely scalable.

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The tools outlined in this article work not only on the Midjourney but images generated through any AI tool which includes Dall-E, Stable Diffusion, BlueWillow, etc.

How to convert Midjourney images into SVGs (Scalable Vector Graphics)

Let’s now learn about the two free tools that can convert your Midjourney (or any images for that matter) into vector graphics.


The first tool on this list is The image that you saw above was created using this tool.

It has surprisingly high precision and produces SVGs that mimic the texture and color of the original raster image. That isn’t surprising though, considering that it has been built by a team of experts who have built a host of other image manipulation tools.

It’s incredibly easy to use, doesn’t lose quality or color, and works well enough on intricate pictures too. Plus, you don’t have to sign up or create an account to use it. It’s free while it’s in its beta stage. 

Let’s now learn how to use it —

  1. Visit
  2. Upload your raster image, or drag and drop or press Ctrl+V if you have it in your clipboard.
  3. will show you a side-by-side preview of the original and the vector image.

You can compare the result with your original image, zoom in and out, change its color palette, and download it.

When you click the download button, gives you a number of options or settings to customize your final output.

while converting your images into vector format, Vectorizer gives you a lot of options to configure. is highly customizable

You also find detailed explanations for all of these options just a scroll below. You can configure these settings based on your requirements.

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Here’s a logo (for a burger game app for kids) I created by passing an AI-generated image through 

A photo of an app icon generated through Dall-E and being converted into an SVG through
Raster image to the left, SVG to the right (Screenshot from

2. Adobe Express

The next tool on this list is Adobe Express’s SVG converter. It claims to be free forever. 

The process of converting your images to SVGs is similar. You can either drag and drop your image file or upload it from your computer. After a few seconds, your file will be converted into SVG. You’ll then see a download button to get your SVG file.

Unlike, Adobe Express doesn’t give you any options to customize it in any way. In my testing, it produced outputs close enough to the original image though sometimes it stripped the original image of its color and made it black and white. 

Adobe Express outshines when it comes to mimicking the fine details and the sharp texture in an image. Take this portrait of Obama for example:

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Official portrait of Barack Obama. File credits: Wikipedia

I converted it into SVG with both of these tools. The output by Adobe Express retained more details and made more SVG shapes to mimic the gradient effect in the original image.

Adobe Express preserves more details and color than while converting Midjourney images into SVG. glosses over the details while Adobe Express tries to replicate them.

You can see in the red area that makes fewer but bigger shapes whereas Adobe Express creates more but smaller shapes.

More shapes mean finer control and more details, whereas fewer shapes mean that these fine details are lost. Also, the Adobe Express output is more color-consistent than’s output.

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These small differences become very noticeable when working with detailed pictures or zooming in a lot, like for big signboards or hoardings. If those tiny details matter to you, use Adobe Express.

But for about 95% of people, is a better option with its customizations and sensible defaults.

Hope you learned how to convert your Midjourney images to vector graphics. You can further edit these SVGs using Adobe Illustrator or customize them for other programs such as Cricut

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