low-res


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low-res

and lo-res (ˈloˈrɛz)
mod. poor; unpleasant. (From low resolution in a computer terminal. Compare this with high-res.) The party is lo-res. Let’s cruise.
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264 codecs for HDF01-03 formats, as well as updated GPU encoder for Low-Res and AFN.
Initial submissions for judging may be low-res, but winning entries must be supplied at 300dpi and measure 24cm x 24cm.
Luckily there are alternatives to having your entire staff huddle around a low-res webcam.
All low-res images are licensed with Creative Commons options.
Those who might already have an artwork they think is suitable should email a low-res jpeg of it, while others planning new work need to email an outline proposal to info@balman gallery.
Forget Facebook's laughably crude social skeuomorphism, which produces a shallow analogue of offline "friends" and "relationships" the way a background JPEG of low-res Corinthian leather makes your blog look like a classy desk blotter.
The chase scenes are ugly, smeary, low-res messes that resemble video from a bargain-brand cellphone.
A lone, low-res pixelated LED figure walks back and forth along a black and white photograph of old Shanghai, illustrating most clearly the juxtapositions that lie at the heart of the work of Island 6.
Annotating beat-boxing in a way that entirely replicates the live experience is, of course, impossible, but here the online content isn't even video or music tracks--it's a PDF with low-res photos that do not capture the kinetic elements of the video.
The new Curve 9380 is basically a downgraded Torch 9860 - it has a less-capable processor and smaller and low-res display.
But knowing how to differentiate various file formats, understanding high-res versus low-res and being able to compress files is essential for almost any white-collar job out there.
That's right, we're talking about The Adventure Game - the charmingly low-res, space age-set kids' quiz in which contestants had to solve puzzles on Arg, a planet ruled by an aspidistra in a plant pot that roared and shook when it got angry like a herbaceous Dalek, and populated by shape-shifting dragons called Argonds.
One component of MarketGate is a product catalog, which includes hi- and low-res images and a comprehensive central data warehouse with more than 500 data fields.