Super Vectorizer is a Mac program designed to help you convert raster images to scalable vector graphics. The application supports a wide variety of input formats, provides you with easy-to-configure output settings, and is localized in multiple languages.
On the main window of the utility, you will notice 3 panels: Original, Preview, and Result. The last 2 screens will display a preview of the altered image and how the picture will actually look after the program generates the vector graphic file. You can compare the original picture with the resulting image and alter the output settings if needed. As soon as you modify the imported photo, the Preview window updates the resulting image.
In my testing, I used the trial version of the program. After I finished configuring the output settings, I tried to export the vector graphic file. Unfortunately, the trial version of the app comes with a limitation: it doesn't let you save the file to your local folders. Only after you register the app you will be able to see which are the supported output formats and if the program provides you with quality output files.
Another disadvantage is the fact that the utility doesn't offer you support for batch processing, a feature that might come in handy if you need to immediately convert multiple raster images to vector graphics.
To conclude, I can't say this app is truly efficient since I wasn't able to export any files. Personally, I wouldn't pay for a program without knowing exactly how well it works beforehand.