Pixelization

The stair-stepped appearance of a curved or angled line in digital imaging. The smaller the pixels, and the greater their number, the less apparent the 'pixelization' of the image. Also known as the 'jaggies'.
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Pixelization

- Graininess in an image that results when the pixels are too big. The smaller the pixels, the greater their number and the less apparent the 'pixelization' of the image. See also Pixel.
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Pixelization

The stair-stepped appearance of a curved or angled line in digital imaging. The smaller the pixels, and the greater their number, the less apparent the 'pixelization' of the image. Also known as the 'jaggies'
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Pixelization

Pixelization (British English, pixelisation) is any technique used in editing images or video, whereby an image is blurred by displaying part or all of it at a markedly lower resolution. It is primarily used for censorship. The effect is a standard graphics filter, available in all but the most basic bitmap graphics editors. ==As censorship== A fa...
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Pixelization

Pixelization occurs due to errors in decoding the MPEG bit stream where areas or patches of color ap
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