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1. Jerkiness synonyms, Jerkiness pronunciation, Jerkiness translation, English dictionary definition of Jerkiness

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2. ‘Epic theater proceeds through an accumulation of gests, resulting in a calculated Jerkiness.’ ‘But that means there's still that giveaway Jerkiness of movement.’ ‘Isn't that jabbing masculine Jerkiness, that anti-plateau jumpiness, what is so much of a turn-off about Prog?’

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3. Definition of Jerkiness in the Definitions.net dictionary

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4. What does Jerkiness mean? Information and translations of Jerkiness in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

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5. What does Jerkiness mean? The state of being jerky

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6. “The Jerkiness of their sound was rougher than usual and their trademark flamboyancy was a little deflated.”.

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7. She also still moves in fits and herky Jerkiness, as if she hasn't yet figured out her body

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8. Jerkiness, sometimes called strobing or choppy, describes the perception of individual still images in a motion picture.

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9. The only time I feel any Jerkiness is when I pussyfoot the gas pedal coming off the line

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10. The Jerkiness is only noticeable when moving from overrun to the smallest throttle opening like you do in traffic

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11. To be sure, the Jerkiness never did improve

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12. Jerkiness And Your First Priority

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13. Jerkiness: 1 n the quality of being spasmodic and irregular Synonyms: fitfulness Types: spasticity the quality of moving or acting in spasms Type of: irregularity , unregularity not characterized by a fixed principle or rate; at irregular intervals

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14. Video shows what Jerkiness means

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15. Jerkiness is defined in ANSI T1.801.02-1996 as "Motion that was originally smooth and continuous is perceived as a series of distinct snapshots." The series of video frames below illustrate the use of the lost motion energy parameter and the percent repeated frames parameter in ANSI T1.801.03-1996 for measuring the Jerkiness impairment.

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16. Spanish Translation of “Jerkiness” The official Collins English-Spanish Dictionary online

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17. Jerkiness n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc

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18. Synonyms for Jerkiness in Free Thesaurus

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19. 1 synonym for Jerkiness: fitfulness

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20. What are synonyms for Jerkiness?

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21. Jerkiness ( countable and uncountable, plural Jerkinesses ) The state or quality of being jerky

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22. 12, [1] [ …] there was a good deal of Jerkiness apparent in the motion of the car, especially when the wheels turned into the numerous ruts of

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23. Automatically smooth the Jerkiness of hand-drawn and scanned animations

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24. Luckily Jerkiness is a temporary condition for this guy

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25. Luckily Jerkiness is a temporary condition for this guy.

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26. Synonyms: fitfulness; Jerkiness

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27. Hypernyms ("Jerkiness" is a kind of): irregularity; unregularity (not characterized by a fixed principle or rate; at irregular intervals)

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28. Hyponyms (each of the following is a kind of "Jerkiness"): spasticity (the quality of moving or acting in spasms)

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30. A unit of rate of change of acceleration, equal to 1 foot Explanation of Jerkiness

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31. The game runs perfect, I locked it at 60fps but it could run 110fps without a single drop, but this kind of Jerkiness whenever I sprint or switch to 3rd pers

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32. At Axis, the Jerkiness of a camera movement is quantified using the standard deviation of the velocity, calculated at low speed

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33. He only appears in "The Jarring Jerkiness of Judge J.O.R.T.S."

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34. Grasp control improved during training, as indicated by an average decrease in Fitts' slope of 26% at high difficulty levels (p<0.05), and decreases in the number of force corrections and in Jerkiness

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35. Jerkiness, sometimes called strobing, describes the perception of individual still images in a motion picture.

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36. Touchscreen problems: unresponsive, Jerkiness, 'ghost finger', dead areas issues and theory 2011-04-09, 2:29 AM

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37. A No Reference Video Quality Metric Based on Jerkiness Estimation Focusing on Multiple Frame Freezing in Video Streaming

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38. The Jerkiness begins as soon as I begin the Debut recording process and also is present during the playback process

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39. There is no Jerkiness when viewing the video prior to recording with Debut and the Jerkiness stops as soon as Debut is stopped

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40. Turn stabilisation (Hypersmooth) off, stabilisation tries to stabilise the image in the frame, when you're panning the stabilisation will try to do its best to stabilise your movement resulting in Jerkiness as the movement exceeds the boundaries of the image sensor

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41. Why is there initial "Jerkiness" when transcoding with a 4Kp60 AVC pipeline? The example below has 4Kp60 NV12 (8-bit 4:2:2) with B-Frames=0, and AVC Encode with a target bitrate of 10000kbps:

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JERKINESS [jerkiness]

DEFINITION
  1. noun form of jerky
jerky
[ˈjərkē]

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