PixelA minute area of illumination on a display screen, one of many from which an image is composed.
BMPA bitmap is a type of graphic composed of pixels (picture element) in a grid.
FlipTo turn over an image, so that is facing the opposite way.
Video CardA video card is a device inside a computer or a gaming console which is needed to displays graphics to your monitor or TV.
CropTo crop means to remove part of an image or shorten a video to make it smaller or shorter.
MirrorIt is a web or FTP server which has the exactly same files as another source. It is for people to use in case the main server can‟t be used.
FPS (Frame Per Second)The measurement of how many frames or images in a second that a camera can handle.
FrameFrames are individual pictures in a sequence of images, this occurs in mainly in video and animation.
MorphTo transform an image using the computer, to make it into something else. Snow White + Pinocchio =
CPUCPU stands for “Central Processing Unit”, this essentially „runs‟ the computer. It processes everything that the computer does.
DPI (Dots Per Inch)DPI stands for “Dots Per Inch”, this is the resolution of a particular image. The higher the number of dots, the higher the resolution or the clarity of the image.
Resolution This term refers to how many pixels can fit in a monitor or printer. For example a monitor which has a resolution of 800x600 means that the monitor has 800 pixels horizontally and 600 pixels vertically.
File ExtensionA group of letters occurring after a period in a file name, indicating the purpose or contents of the file.
CompressionTo make a file into a smaller size, the main purpose for this is to transfer it quickly and it will also take less disk space.
Frame BufferA buffer that stores the contents of an image pixel by pixel. A buffer stores data for a short amount of time.
Colour DepthColour depth is the number of bits used to make the colour of a single pixel in a BMP image