jaggies


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jag•gies

(ˈdʒæg iz)
n.pl.
a jagged, stairstep effect on curved or diagonal lines that are reproduced in low resolution, as on a printout or computer display.
[1990–95]

jaggies

Images or graphics that have distorted by aliasing.
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When asked by our trekking guide if he was OK, he replied: "Ah've hunners o' jaggies up ma bahooky
Per-pixel noise and compression artifact reduction removes noise inherent in digital video, and per-pixel motion-adaptive 3D de-interlacing removes jaggies and eliminates feathering.
Per-pixel motion-adaptive 3D de- interlacing prevents jaggies and eliminates feathering.
If you ask a bitmap graphics program to handle vector graphics you get the jaggies with any line that isn't pure horizontal or vertical.
You can rotate titles and shapes, apply gradient shading, set transparency, and perform anti-aliasing to eliminate the jaggies.