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2.6.  Pixelise

Revision History
Revision $Revision: 1.29 $ 2006-10-23 j.h

2.6.1.  Overview

Figure 11.15.  From left to right: Before and after applying Pixelise filter

From left to right: Before and after applying Pixelise filter

Original

From left to right: Before and after applying Pixelise filter

Blur applied

You can find this filter in the image menu under Filters->Blur->Pixelise

The Pixelize filter renders the image using large color blocks. It is very similar to the effect seen on television when obscuring a criminal during trial. It is used for the “Abraham Lincoln effect”: see http://www.michaelbach.de/ot/fcs_mosaic/.

2.6.2.  Options

Figure 11.16.  Pixelize” filter options

Pixelize filter options
Pixel Width

Here you can set the desired width of the blocks.

Pixel Height

Here you can set the height of the blocks.

Chain Button

If the chain is broken, you can set width and height separately. Otherwise, they are linked.

Unit Input Box

Here you can select the unit of measure for height and width.


 
 
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