(Encapsulated PostScript) A graphic file format jointly developed by Altsys, Aldus, Adobe, and Quark which expedites the exchange of PostScript graphics files between applications. Also known as EPSF. Used for draw-type images, created with PostScript code.
Short for Encapsulated Post-Script, EPS is useful in transferring PostScript art (e.g. a photograph, page layout or graphics) from one application to another.
Encapsulated PostScript. A graphic file format that allows the exchange of PostScript graphic files between application programs.
A file format used to transfer graphics from one program or device to another.