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having an irregularly notched or toothed margin as though gnawed

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having a sharply uneven surface or outline

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However, Martin Charlesworth levelled for the Jaggies in 54 minutes and Charlie Brown made it 2-1 on the hour.
Even with my 120mph (har, har) golf swing, the progressive camcorder captured the image perfectly, and you see clear jaggies on the interlaced club, even after deinterlacing.
If you don't get the page perfectly aligned, the lines (especially the grid lines) get a severe case of the jaggies.
One familiar to still video users is the staircasing effect, the so-called jaggies observable along the edges of diagonal and some curved elements in a picture.
This process eliminates jaggies, feathering, and other degrading effects from other deinterlacers.
Page loading was quite fast and text is rendered quite sharp even when it is completely zoomed into, showing no jaggies.
If you see jaggies in your footage after compression, often it's not the codec's fault, it's the program you used for the scaling/deinterlacing function.
It sort of worked, but the line weights were much too heavy and some of the curves had the jaggies.
The video was relatively free of deinterlacing jaggies and other artifacts, and Carbon Coder avoided the severe problems that ProCoder exhibited with some animated clips.
The image will never be as sharp and you may see fine lines with the jaggies if your page is not perfectly aligned going through the FAX machine.
Jaggies show on curves and diagonals on the screen, but the big gain comes when you print your graphics with higher resolution.
I was a bag of jaggies for a week before playing Celtic and there were guys on the other side, like Peter Grant and Paul McStay, who felt the same way.
PureVideo on a NVIDIA GeForce 6 Series GPU enables such features as spatial temporal de-interlacing, inverse telecine, and bad edit correction -- all of which eliminate jaggies and blurriness for a sharp picture, even in scenes with a lot of motion.