color breakup

color breakup

[′kəl·ər ‚brāk‚əp]
(communications)
A transient or dynamic distortion of the color in a color television picture that can originate in videotape equipment, a television camera, or a receiver.
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Easy on the Eyes: 3LCD uses 3 color panels to reproduce images without the possibility of any rainbow effect or color breakup.
Thermal proofs are adequate to define color breakup -- to view what the headline and background colors are in a general sense only (a green is a green, if not the right green).
Howard Sherman's cartoon format with basic color breakups and solid black outlining leaves little to distract readers from his tale of Benny's walk.