Clipping

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Clipping (photography) - Out-of-gamut Clipping
... Further information Burned (image) Clipping in some color channels may occur when an image is rendered to a different color space, when the image contains ... This form of clipping may be avoided by performing the color space conversion using a different rendering intent ... for bright, saturated colors may, in some cases, be more important than avoiding clipping in single channels due to out-of-gamut colors ...
Clipping (signal Processing) - Audio
... In the audio domain, clipping may be heard as general distortion or as pops ... the amplifier produces more power than its rated (sine wave) output when it is clipping ... In the frequency domain, clipping produces strong harmonics in the high frequency range (as the clipped waveform comes closer to a squarewave) ...
Clipping (audio) - Digital Clipping
... In digital signal processing, clipping occurs when the signal is restricted by the range of a chosen representation ... Clipping is preferable to the alternative in digital systems—wrapping—which occurs if the digital hardware is allowed to "overflow", ignoring the most significant bits of the magnitude, and sometimes even ...
Clipping - Sports
... Clipping (American football), a penalty in American football Clipping (hockey), hitting an opposing player below the knees ...
Clipping The Church
... Clipping the church is an ancient custom that is traditionally held on Easter Monday or Shrove Tuesday in the United Kingdom ... The word "clipping" is Anglo-Saxon in origin, and is derived from the word "clyppan", meaning "embrace" or "clasp" ... Clipping the church involves either the church congregation or local children holding hands in an outward-facing ring around the church ...