Interlace

Video scanning where each frame comprises of two fields which together produce a complete image. Note that the two fields are spaced 1/50 or 1/60 second apart. Two interlace fields are not equivalent to one progressive frame.

Interlace

• (v. t. & i.) To unite, as by lacing together; to insert or interpose one thing within another; to intertwine; to interweave.
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Interlace

[art] In the visual arts, interlace is a decorative element found in medieval art. In interlace, bands or portions of other motifs are looped, braided, and knotted in complex geometric patterns, often to fill a space. Interlacing is common in the Migration period art of Northern Europe, especially in the Insular art of the British Isles and...
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Interlace

In`ter·lace' transitive verb & i. [ imperfect & past participle Interlaced ; present participle & verbal noun Interlacing .] [ Middle English entrelacen , French entrelacer . See Inter- , and Lace .] To unit...
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interlace

A decorative motif consisting of threads passing aver and under each other like threads in lace.
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Interlace

A decorative motif consisting of threads passing over and under each other, like threads in lace.
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Interlace

A pattern made by intertwining a ribbon in and out of itself. Zoomorphic interlace is created when the ribbon takes the form of an animal's body.
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Interlace

build up a picture on a monitor screen using two passes, each displaying alternate lines, the aim being to reduce flicker effects
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interlace

ideal positioning of the fields in an interlaced scanning system
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interlace

in SD (standard definition) video, each frame is made of two interlaced 'fields'. An SD TV picture has roughly 600 lines; the first field will show lines 1,3,5...etc and one fiftieth of a second later the second field will display even numbered lines 2,4,6..etc. The viewer's brain combines the two fields which are seen as simultaneous frames shown ...
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Interlace

Not to be confused with interlaced rhyme (below), some Anglo-Saxon scholars use the word interlace a
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Interlace

Process of alternating scan lines to create a complete image. In CRT displays, every second field/frame is scanned between the first field/frame. The first field represents the odd lines; the second field represents the even lines. The fields are aligned and timed so that, with a still image, the human eye blurs the two fields together and sees the...
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Interlace

Technique of improving the picture quality of a video transmission without consuming any extra bandwidth.
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interlace

the abstract patterns characteristic of Celtic and Anglo-Saxon decoration
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Interlace

The interleaving of two video fields to produce a frame. Interlacing is adopted to reduce screen flicker for a given frame rate.
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Interlace

The method of presenting a video display a half picture at a time, showing only every other line at
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Interlace

The way that a TV picture swaps between a number of odd and even lines to make an image every 50th of a second, making it appear to flicker.
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