A noninterlaced GIF downloads one line a time, starting from the top. (see GIF & Interlaced)
The method of scanning all lines on a display from top to bottom in sequential order at a specific rate per second. Unlike television, which uses an interlaced scanning method, computers typically use noninterlaced monitors.
A type of display in which the electronic beam of a monitor draws every line on the screen with each pass.
The process of scanning whereby every line in the picture is scanned during the vertical sweep.
An adjective describing a display method on raster-scan monitors in which the electron beam scans each line of the screen once during each refresh cycle. Noninterlaced displays effectively pay attention to every pixel on every line of the screen as the electron beam sweeps across and down the inner surface of the screen, refreshing the displayed image many times each second.
A technique for decreasing screen flicker by sequentially refreshing each horizontal line on the screen.
Refers to the technique of updating or refreshing each horizonal line on a monitor. This improves the view by reducing screen flicker or fluttering. Compare to Interlacing.