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Pixelate

The Pixelate module will reduce the apparent resolution of the current image by replacing a specified window size block of pixels with their average value. As all pixels in a block get replaced with the average value the effective resolution of the image decreases to mimic how images look when zoomed to a very high magnification.

This module is useful when you want to reduce the amount of detail information into a more grid like structure.

Interface

Instructions

1. Pixel Size - specify the "pixel" or window size that is used to reduce the image detail. You can either modify by the X and Y size (as a square) together or you can modify each one individually to create a non-square pixel

2. Method - specify the type of sampling method to use when pixelating the image.

Mean - replace the superpixel with the mean or average color of all pixels it covers
Median - replace the superpixel with the median or middle color of all pixels it covers
Mode - replace the superpixel with the mode or most frequent color of all pixels it covers
Max Intensity - replace the superpixel with the highest intensity pixel of all pixels it covers (a form of dilation)
Min Intensity - replace the superpixel with the lowest intensity pixel of all pixels it covers (a form of erosion)
Max Color - replace the superpixel with the most colorful pixel of all pixels it covers (a form of dilation)
Min Intensity - replace the superpixel with the least colorful pixel of all pixels it covers (a form of erosion)

Example

SourcePixelate

See Also


Scale

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