Did you possibly mean bitmap?
- n. Plural form of bitmap.
“The resolution you are referring has to do with subtitle bitmaps, not the resolution of the video content.”
“Ostaus's alphabet follows the cardinal rule of bitmaps, which is to always reckon the height of a capital letter on an odd number of pixels.”
“Besides the executable program itself, many EXE files contain other components called resources, such as bitmaps and icons which the executable program may use for its graphical user interface.”
“This problem is slightly more complex as it involved the three types of "bitmaps" that Windows supports.”
“If you choose RC, you also need to explicitly #include Resources Editor is a dialog that allows you to add resource files (various types of graphics such as bitmaps, icons, and fonts) to your project.”
“Since you weren't able to get any evidence from the company, your entire case is based on allegations and some pictures you made on MSPaint, except you saved them as bitmaps so they're taking forever to load.”
“But each time you scroll up or down or zoom in or out, it takes a distracting moment to sharpen onscreen text from jagged bitmaps to clear type.”
“It allows one to write LaTeX equations which are converted into bitmaps in Powerpoint.”
“I should add that while ContourPlot is a very nice way to convert images into true vector art (not bitmaps, actual lines), there are a lot of other image processing functions you might use if you actually just want bitmaps as output.”
“I think the other bitmaps come from the OS since they look like the icons in every other app.”
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