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  • It means to sound juddery: there are occasional bursts of song, but the play is not a musical.

    Earthquakes in London; The Good Soldier; FIB

  • The crisis has thrown up epic squabbles across Europe, but the euro zone's capacity to respond remains juddery.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • I have tested the Ford Fiesta and Nissan Micra, but they felt juddery. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • - The credits can be truly interlaced to make them run faster without being juddery and unreadable, thus leaving more room for the show.

    Doom9's Forum

  • According to Intel, the new onboard GPU has 20 per cent more shaders -- an important component in the fight against juddery 3D.

    Crave at CNET UK

  • But the johns0 guide for this also puts the audio at a higher and unnatural pitch: playing NTSC discs on PAL equipment often results in jerky / juddery artifacts, Forum

  • My guide is mainly for pal-ntsc where the pal video almost always have that higher and unnatural pitch due to being speeded. most people dont notice or care about 4\% speeded up sound for ntsc-pal anyways. playing NTSC discs on PAL equipment often results in jerky / juddery artifacts, Forum

  • The coverage was seamless with no stop / start, no juddery images or sound drop outs, and most importantly no drop outs at crucial moments like the actual inauguration!

    Blah, Blah! Technology

  • Looking at other models at the store, they all seemed to be just as juddery. Forum

  • Something about every pixel being different during the course of such a pan [with no central 'subject' to concentrate on] meaning that the reproduction on some TVs is strained and will inevitably appear 'juddery/jerky' as the workings of the pan are 'fully exposed'. Forum


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