The process of converting an analog signal into a digital representation. With images, it refers to the processes of scanning and analog to digital conversion.
Act of converting an analog audio or video signal to digital information.
To convert a source into binary code readable by the computer. Examples would be scanning of photographs to produce digital images, or recording of VHS tapes to produce digital video files.
Translating analog data into digital data so that it can be used and manipulated by the computer.
The conversion process by which scanners convert images into numeric digits before storing them in the computer; the process of converting data into digital form.
A method of converting map data that is in analog form (paper or hard copy) into digital data usable by a computer (see Scanning).
The process of converting information shown on "paper" maps into digital form for computer processing either by scanning or by manually capturing point and line features using specialized computer hardware.
Conversion of analog into digital information.
The process of changing analog information into discrete digital information.
A method of data capture that involves the conversion of data in hard copy or raster form, such as maps and aerial photographs, into a digital vector format. This is usually done by a human operator using on a digitizing tablet or sitting at a computer screen with a mouse, drawing over top of a raster image. Methods of automated digitizing and semi-automated digitizing also exist.
To convert an image into binary code. Visual images are digitized by scanning them and assigning a binary code to the resulting bit-mapped image data.
refers to the process of manually converting an analog image or map or other graphic overlay into numerical format for use by a computer with the use of a digitizing table or tablet and tracing the input data with a curser (also see scanning)
Historically (and colloquially) referred to as punching, the digital means of converting artwork into the vector commands-readable by an embroidery machine's computer-that determine needle penetrations, color changes, stitch characteristics, start and stop points, etc.
The process of taking analog video information from a camera or deck and turning it into digital information that can be used by a computer.
Acquisition of data with a digitizer, i.e. a device that transforms an analogue notation into a numeric notation. In our case, it's the action of using a Capturor to obtain a 3D image. NURBS (Non-Uniform Rational B-Spline) Parametric curve formed by the division of two weighed summations of B-Spline, and which the para metrication in not necessarily uniform. One NURBS surface in 3D is obtained by calculating 2D curves along two different directions, but according to a group of common parameters.
The converting of feature locations on a flat plane to a digital representation in X-Y coordinates.
A tape that is produced for an embroidery machine to read from, then stitch the appropriate logo onto the surface of merchandise. Personalization does not require digitizing unless a particular font is desired. Digitizing of a logo is a one-time setup fee for embroidering, unlike silk-screen imprinting which requires a reorder set-up each time an order is placed.
the process of converting information from paper maps into geographically referenced electronic files for a geographic information system (GIS).
To translate analog information (an unstructured form such as a contone image) into digital information which can be represented by values within a computer file. A photograph is digitized in a modern graphics system by a scanner.
This term refers to the process of tracing lines into the compuer using a tablet or digitizer pad. For boat design, this usually refers to taping a body plan to the tablet and tracing each station into the computer, one by one. These stations can then be fit or "skinned" with B-splines surfaces. (See the Digitizer program.)
The act of processing documents through the scanner creating digital files or images of the paper being processed.
An automated or manual process of converting information in analogue form (such as a photograph or hard-copy map) into digital form.
Converting video tape images into digital information in preparation for non linear editing.
Digitizing is the process of converting the features on a paper map into digital format. When you digitize a map, you use a digitizing tablet connected to your computer to trace over the features you are interested in. The x, y coordinates of these features are automatically recorded and stored as spatial data.
The act of taking analog video and converting it to digital form. In 8 bit digital video there are 256 possible steps between maximum white and minimum black.
Digitizing is the process of converting and capturing analog material to a digital medium. This term is most commonly used mistakenly in place of "capturing" DV in Final Cut Pro. You are only digitizing if you are bringing in analog material to Final Cut Pro such as VHS or Betacam SP. If you are bringing in DV, you are capturing or doing a file transfer because the DV camcorder that the footage was shot on already digitized the camera's visual input.
Conversion of artwork into a series of commands read by an embroidery machine's computer via a card.
The process of converting information shown on an analog map into a digital format of x and y coordinates for use in a computer.
Method of recreating an embroidery design through information entered into a computer. Instead of a physical act of pushing paper tape, digitizing involves numerical calculations fed through an automatic machine to determine the points of embroidery stitches in a design.
process of converting an analog image or map into a digital format usable by a computer.
A modern term for punching, it is a method of programming a design. Artwork is converted into a series of commands to be read by an embroidery machine's computer.
Conversion of non-textual data to digital form.
Process of capturing or "bringing in" audio and/or video (usually analog source tapes such as Beta SP, 3/4, VHS, etc.) into a computer. Digitizing is made possible by video hardware, a computer hardware card, cables, and a software application that all work together to convert the original signal into digital media. This digital media can then be edited and transferred back to numerous formats for Internet streaming, CD-Rom, DVD, and other forms of distribution.
Digitizing or digitization is representing an object, an , or a signal (usually an analog signal) by a discrete set of its points or samples. The result is called "digital representation" or, more specifically, a "digital image", for the object, and "digital form", for the signal.