The quick answer here is yes.
In theory, you can take any raster image of any dimension and resolution and convert it as a vector file, or vectorize it.
How do I convert my file to a vector file?
For a simple lay person, there are really only two ways of accomplishing this:
- Using an online website converter,
- Image tracing on a vector design software such as Adobe Illustrator, or
- Hiring a graphic designer to redesign it from scratch.
Using an online website converter
You can do a quick Google search for “convert file into vector”, and you’ll see various websites that allow you to upload your file and convert it to any vector format.
Using an online website converter just involves you uploading a file, letting the software convert the image, and then downloading the result.
Because this being done completely by the website software, it requires the least amount of work and knowhow for the user, but do not expect a high confidence result.
Image tracing on a vector design software such as Adobe Illustrator
Converting your design using a design software is one of the best ways achieve a professional result.