If it helps, and if you can save the file as a JPEG, you can use Inkscape (free download) to open the saved JPEG image file, select the image, click on menu option Path at the top of the program window, then under Path select “Trace Bitmap”. I typically use the option “Brightness Cutoff” and I’ll adjust that value to 0.650, then click OK. That will convert the image to a traceable vector image. You’ll notice after tracing the bitmap that it auto-selects the “new” vector image. You have to think of this next step as Layers, like you’d see in Photoshop or Illustrator. Imagine the vector is your top layer, and you still have the original image under that. You have to delete that original image in order for it to save the SVG file properly for import into Easel. To do that, click outside of the vector image, but within the canvas. You’ll know you’ve clicked the original image because you’ll see the four boxes in the four corners that indicates that you can resize the image. Press delete on your keyboard, and that deletes the original image while leaving the vector image. From there, just go up to File and Save As, then save it as an SVG file. You can then go into Easel, choose Import and SVG, and then import that file. If you don’t delete the original picture under the vector image you’ll get an error message in Easel, and that’s usually my first clue that I forgot to delete the original picture from the canvas before saving.