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MPps

(MegaPixels Per Second) One million pixels per second. MPps is used to measure the speed of devices that process pixels. For example, video camcorders capture pixels at a certain MPps rate, depending on whether they support SD or HD content. LCD and plasma panels render content on screen in MPps. See megapixel.
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