The appearance of pixels as individually discernible boxes. The result of enlarging a bitmap image such as a digital photograph beyond its optimal range for its image size. The higher the resolution of the image, the higher the magnification before pixelization becomes noticeable.
when the pixels that make up an image get exaggerated or enlarged. Makes the image look "chunky" or "jagged," and is often the result of compression artifacts.
A term used to describe the stair-stepped appearance of curved or angled lines in digital images. Also referred to as jaggies.
The square-like pattern of a video image that becomes more apparent as the image is enlarged, revealing the individual pixels that make up the image.
Distortion of a digital video signal which results in blocks of color appearing instead of the higher resolution image. These blocks will appear and disappear, and can happen anywhere on the screen, but are usually part of an image in motion.
Caused by enlarging an image too much. Makes the pixels large and very obvious.
The appearance of recognizable square pixels in an image. Pixelization usually occurs when a bitmap image has been enlarged beyond optimal range for its given number of pixels.
Pixelization occurs due to errors in decoding the MPEG bit stream where areas or patches of color appear instead of the higher resolution image. It might be described as the picture â€œbreaking upâ€. The patches of blocks appear and disappear, and can happen anywhere on the screen but usually are â€œpartâ€ of the image â€œin motionâ€. Pixelization most often occurs during rain fade or if the satellite system has too low a signal strength to operate properly.
the graininess in an image that results when the pixels are too big, relative to the size of the image.
The stair-stepped or blocky 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.
The stair-stepped appearance of a curved or angled line in digital photographs. The smaller the pixels, and the greater their number, the less apparent the "pixelization" of the digital photograph. Also known as the "jaggies".
A visual effect seen when a digital image is enlarged beyond its capabilities, and pixels become evident.
Occurs due to errors in decoding the MPEG bitstream. Areas or patches of blocks of color appear instead of a clear image. Described as the picture "breaking up". The condition is usually more discernible in fast action or motion images.
The step-like 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."
Distortion effect occurring in compressed digital video signals which results in the image breaking up into large blocks instead of forming a coherent, high-quality image.
An effect seen when you enlarge a digital image too much and the pixels become obvious.