What image types does Photoshop.com support?

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The Photoshop Express Editor supports JPEG images (for best results, edit photos that are no larger than 16 megapixels). When you open a non-JPEG file (for example .psd or Raw file), Photoshop.com makes a copy in JPEG format for editing. The Photoshop Express Editor makes nondestructive edits to your photos. You can revert to the original by dragging over the bottom of the photo and choosing Revert from the Photo Options menu.

Note: If you use Photoshop Elements 7 or later or Adobe Premiere Elements 7 or later, edited files are stored as part of a Version Set in the Elements Organizer. For more on Version Sets and the Organizer, see the documentation for Photoshop Elements or Adobe Premiere Elements.
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Here is a list of file types that you can upload. The editor will convert them to JPEG images.

Photo
JPEG PNG GIF
PSD (with embedded thumbnails; saved with the "Maximize Compatibility" option checked)
DNG and camera raw (*.3fr, *.arw, *.cr2, *.crw, *.dcr, *.dng, *.erf, *.iiq, *.kdc, *.mef, *.mfw, *.mos, *.mrw, *.nef, *.nrw, *.orf, *.pef, *.psd, *.raf, *.raw, *.rw2, *.rwl, *.sr2, *.srf, *.srw, *.tif, *.tiff, *.x3f);

Video
AVI Movie (*.avi)
DV Stream (*.dv)
Flash (*.flv)
MPEG Movie (*.m1v, *.m2p, *.m2t, *.m2ts, *.m2v, *.m4v, *.mod, *.mp4, *.mpe, *.mpeg, *.mpg, *.mts, *.vob)
Mobile (*.3g2, *.3gp, *.3gpp)
QuickTime Movie (*.mov)
Windows Media (*.wmv)
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What about .svg vector graphics ?? We do not question that .svg's are not in your list. Question is.. why are they NOT in the list of file types.

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