Interlace Imaging

Interlace Imaging
Imaging technique where all the odd lines of a picture are captured in one moment and the even lines are captured in the next moment. When you put two of these “fields” together, you get a “frame” (all of the lines). Notice however that a frame represents two moments in time. If there was movement between the capturing of these two fields, there will be a blurry look if the image is stopped on a frame. This is not a problem when the program is played back at normal speeds because the eye will merge the images into smooth motion. See Progressive Imaging, PsF Imaging, Frame Rate, Capture Rate

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