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judder

Informal chiefly Brit
abnormal vibration in a mechanical system, esp due to grabbing between friction surfaces, as in the clutch of a motor vehicle

judder

A shaking or wobbling effect in a video image. Judder is often caused by the conversion of a 24 frames-per-second (fps) movie to a 30 or 60 fps video format, or when viewing 24 fps content on a 60 Hz monitor. See telecine, flicker and adaptive sync.
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However, Juddery provides correct information regarding the inventors involved along with these two personalities.
BEST Vibrant picture: But can be juddery' WORST Washed out: Colour problems' BEST Sharp picture: First-rate colour' WORST Built-in tuner: Picture not good' BEST Good picture: But bit too sharp' WORST Easy to use: Picture too soft' Dud plasma set: Karen and son John
Its main strategy was to make representations and argue for change (Juddery, 1980).
Have a juddery tea and then the seats are turned into bunks.
'He is tired but completely well now - his left eye was juddery for a while from the knock on the head he received, but that has cleared up.
DRIVERS tend to love new Tarmac that's quiet as a whisper and smooths out even the most juddery car ride.
It's so real, and the motion is much smoother - nowhere near as juddery as it was."
Mark Juddery introduces The Story of the Kelly Gang, possibly the first-ever feature film, now largely lost, that was made a hundred years ago in Australia about the notorious outlaw with the unusual body-armour.
Look for juddery brakes, slipping autos, scuffed driver's seat and some electrical naughtiness.
Ride was at times a little juddery, but only on rougher surfaces.
The animation for some of the larger units, ships especially, is juddery and the explosions are hardly spectacular.
That gives slower steering at low speeds and, allied to the juddery engine at tickover revs, makes for sticky progress.