How many shades can represent 8 bits per pixel?
If you consider that there are two possibilities for each byte, then taking two to the eighth power gives you 256 different possibilities. If you mean there are a total of 24-bits, then you can take 2 to the 24th power to get the answer, or you can take 256 to the 3rd power. Either way, that should represent about 16.7 million possibilities.
Using 8 bits per pixel, how can represent 256, or 28 shades Read More
To represent 256 colors it is needed 8 bit per pixel. 1 bit mean 2 colors, 2 bits mean 4 colors, 3 bits per pixel can represent 8 colors... 8 bits = 256 colors. Read More
There are 2 colors in bits per pixel - 4 colors in 2 bits per pixel - 16 colors in 4 bits per pixel and similarly this sequence continuous going on. Read More
256, 8 bits per pixel = 2^8 colours. Read More
A "black and white" image is generally actually a grayscale image, which is typically represented with 8 bits per pixel. However, you can make images that use only one bit per pixel, making each pixel either fully black or fully white. The images created by the early graphics software MacPaint used only one bit per pixel. Read More
24 bits/pixel: one byte for red, one byte for green, one byte for blue. Read More
That depends on how many bits per pixel and how much the image is compressed. For example, a black-and-white (grayscale) image typically has 8 bits per pixel, but a full-color image may have 24 or 32 bits per pixel. JPEG compression may reduce the file size dramatically, sometimes by a factor of 50 or more. Read More
You can represent a maximum of 2^24 colors in RGB. This equals to 16777216 possible colors. Read More
You can represent a maximum of 2^24 colors in RGB. This equals to 16777216 possible colors. k.sukumar M.sc,(M.Tech) nellore Read More
8 bits if unsigned, 9 bits if signed Read More
Many pixels make up one image. A pixel is like one tiny piece of an image. Read More
23 can be represented in binary as 10111 and would therefore require 5 bits to represent. Read More
Most modern digital cameras use 24 bits (8 bits per primary) to represent a color. But more or less can be used, depending on the quality desired. Many early computer graphics cards used only 4 bits to represent a color. Read More
Binary bits are necessary to represent 748 different numbers in the sense that binary bits are represented in digital wave form. Binary bits also have an exponent of one. Read More
When 8 bits are grouped together as a unit how many individual characters can these 8 bits represent?
256 Read More
There are 256 possible values (or characters) in 8 bits. Read More
45 in binary is 101101, so you need at least 6 bits to represent 45 characters. Read More
A 32 bit per pixel bitmap will have 8 bits each for red green and blue, and 8 bits for alpha level. So 2^24 colors. Read More
You are actually asking how many colors are possible in 8 bit per channel. 8 bit per channel means 256 colors, 1 bit= 2 colors, 2 bits= 4 colors, 3 bits= 8 colors, 4 bits= 16... 8bits= 256 colors. Since we have 3 channels in RGB color mode: Red, Green and Blue that means that we have 3x8= 24 bits per pixel in an image. 3x8 also means 256x256x256 colors possible. Number of possible colors… Read More
I get 36 . Read More
In theory, 3 bits are enough to represent up to 8 (23) combinations. In theory, 3 bits are enough to represent up to 8 (23) combinations. In theory, 3 bits are enough to represent up to 8 (23) combinations. In theory, 3 bits are enough to represent up to 8 (23) combinations. Read More
Direct coding of RGB values with 10 bits per primary color how many possible colors do you have for each pixel?
2^10 = 1024 possible colors per each channel (R for example). Then 2^30 for a pixel. This makes 1024^3 = 1073741824 possible different colors for a pixel. Read More
If you mean "64 different characters", you need log2(64) = 6 different bits. Read More
If a tv screen has 525 scan line and an aspect ratio of 3 is to 4 and if each pixel contains 12 bits worth of intensity information how many bits per second are required to 30 frames each second?
141750 Read More
ASCII = 7 bit Unicode = 16 bits UTF-8 =8 bit Read More
One byte (8-bits to be precise). Read More
1024bits If "Bitmap" refers to a specific entity, image or file: I do not know. But if "Bitmap" refers to a general image then it is 8 bytes or 64 bits per pixel. I just made 3 1*1 bitmap images at colordepths 2bits (monochrome), 8 bits (256 colors) and 24 bits (16 Million colors). The sizes of these images were the same! (surprized me too!) Then I made a 1*2 pixel image and it was… Read More
Each letter of the alphabet, whether upper case or lower case, can be represented with 7 bits. Read More
4, which is equal to 2 to the power 2.In general, with "n" bits, you can have "2 to the power n" different states (or represent that many different numbers). Read More
2 raised to the 8th power, or "2^8", or 256. Read More
Count them: 643(10)=1010000011(2) Read More
The answer depends on the precision required for the numbers. Read More
8bit 16 bits 32 bits and 64 bits and 128 bits imply a broadside [parallel] output of that many bits of digital information on a buss output. these bits represent a word output. therefore the longest the word the more information can be processed at a time imply more bits the faster the computer or data flow. Read More
How many bits are required in decimal numbers in range 0 to 999 using Straight binary code and BCD code?
10 bits would be required. 10 bits long (10 digits long) can represent up to 1024. Read More
A computer monitor has a resolution of 1300 by 1000 pixels if each pixel uses 1024 colours how many bits are needed to send complete contents of screen?
1300 x 1024 = 13312ooooo Read More