dithering

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dith·er

 (dĭth′ər)
n.
A state of indecisive agitation.
intr.v. dith·ered, dith·er·ing, dith·ers
To be nervously irresolute in acting or doing.

[Alteration of didder, from Middle English dideren, to tremble; see diddle2.]
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Noun1.dithering - the process of representing intermediate colors by patterns of tiny colored dots that simulate the desired color
video digitizing - the process of capturing and converting and storing video images for use by a computer
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dithering

nj (Comput: graphics mode) → Farbmischung f
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