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Motion artifact

Visual interference caused by the difference between the frame rate of the camera and the motion of the object. The most common display of this is when filming a computer or television screen

Visual interference caused by the difference between the frame rate of the camera and the motion of the object. The most common display of this is when filming a computer or television screen. The screen will flicker or a line will scan down it, and is caused by the difference in frame rates and a lack of synchronization between the camera and television.

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camera
common display
computer
definition
difference
frame rate
motion
object
usage
visual interference

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Last modified on November 9 2019
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