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  • v. Present participle of strobe.


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  • The strobing is synchronised with the camera exposures, illuminating pictures of a subject's face thirty times per second, to create a bank of different images.

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  • After erasing the code and configuration, the Ethernet TX LEDs begin strobing and the following message appears on the console:

    Recovering from a Software Failure

  • Digital cameras allow for shooting at 48 frames or faster, reducing the flickery, blurry effect known as strobing that can come with 24-frame filming.

    The Seattle Times

  • Cameron, whose 2009 sci-fi blockbuster raised the bar for digital imagery and put the 3-D craze on the fast track, said Thursday that "Avatar 2" would be shot at 48 or 60 frames a second to reduce an effect called "strobing" that can blur moving images, particularly those in 3-D.

    The Seattle Times

  • Anyway, I've been noticing an intermittent effect that I can only describe as a strobing / flickering on my DVD-Rs. Forum

  • The MC lurks behind the three producers on a raised platform sandwiched between the kind of strobing hi-tech screens you usually find in stadium shows.

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  • Depending on the deinterlacer used, this will result in a kind of "strobing" effect as 2 of every 5 frames is blend deinterlaced, or a real stutter as every 5th frame is a duplicate frame. Forum

  • The other problem involved "strobing," or flickering.

  • Others dislike them because, since frame-sequential viewing can worsen motion artifacts, a.k.a. "strobing" or "judder."

  • They are taken by a new microscope which, thanks to a 'strobing' electron gun, can


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