image size


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image size

(1) The width and height of a bitmapped image, measured in pixels.

(2) The size of a graphics file, measured in bytes.
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Simply place the ScreenStar lens in front of your projector's standard lens to increase image size by 25-50%, decrease image size by 17-33%, or move your projector 20-50% farther away.
If the bees had been tested for generalizing slightly different images of the same person, with a different emotional expression, direction of eye gaze, hair position, or even just a different image size, that would be more impressive," she says.
From adjusting image size and using built-in tools to handling multiple layers and creating bevels and sheens, basic beginners will find all the applications covered with plenty of visual reinforcement.
Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, thoroughly explains below the difference between 72 ppi and 300 dpi images; how image size affects file size; and how image size, in turn, also affects the print size.
Dawn's First Light" a limited-edition of 750 signed-and-numbered prints by artist Peris Clayton Weirs, is available, unframed, with an image size of 11 x 20 inches.
Digital Smartcam Technology offers instant camera recognition for consistent, easy image optimization, and an integrated 2x parfocal optical zoom (14- to 28-mm) provides optimal image size with all telescopes, reducing camera/telescope movement.
They support all the defined JPEG data formats and possible scan configurations, handle any image size up to 64k x 64k, and feature four stream-defined Huffman and Quantization tables.
Digital images are described in terms of four basic properties--resolution, bit depth, image size, and format.
Each recording medium can be set to record a specific image size (L, M1, M2, S, RAW, sRAW) for each shot.
An 1,800-by- 1,200 image size with a spatial resolution of 72 ppi will print at 25.
Filter by file and image size and percentage of skin tone coverage.
A choice of three interchangeable V-mount lenses in 15-mm, 20-mm, and 25-mm focal lengths optimizes image size, while a C-mount adaptor for the camera head enables easy attachment to any standard colposcope or microscope.