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Dynamic Rounding

Dynamic Rounding is a technique devised by Quantel for truncating the word length of pixels – an unavoidable process when processing images.

Dynamic Rounding is a technique devised by Quantel for truncating the word length of pixels – an unavoidable process when processing images. Rather than simply losing the lower bits, Dynamic Rounding uses their information to control, via a randomizer, the dither of the LSB of the truncated result. This effectively removes any artifacts that would otherwise be visible. Dynamic rounding is non-cumulative on any number of passes and produces statistically correct results. Dynamic rounding eliminates any truncation artifacts.

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bits
definition
dynamic rounding
information
processing images
quantel
technique
unavoidable process
usage
word length pixels

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