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cross-colour

Line breaks: cross-colour
(US cross-color)

Definition of cross-colour in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Coloured flashes of interference in a colour television receiver caused by the misinterpretation of high-frequency luminance detail as colour information.
Example sentences
  • No noticeable cross-colour or cross-luminance artefacts could be seen on the episodes and fine detail was rendered as through it had been shot on component video.
  • A further reduction of cross-colour is obtained by reducing the vertical and temporal resolution of the interpolation function for the colour information.
  • The 2-dimension low pass filter reduces the cross-color to reproduce fine stripes and lattice patterns with the very minimum of color blur.

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