Tutorial by Examples: aspect



This is a screenshot of a video playing. You see a normal 16:9 video like you would expect to see in any modern video solution. This - the aspect ratio that the viewer sees - is what is called the display aspect ratio or DAR. From the illustrated parameters, we see that DAR = 1280:720 = 16:9 = 1....
Internally, all videos are a just series of pictures. Let's take a look at one such picture. That looks odd, right? Indeed. The pictures that make up a video may have an aspect ratio that are different from the DAR, most often for algorithmic reasons (e.g. only sizes that are a multiple of 16 can...
As the picture aspect ratio example indicates, videos are series of pictures that do not necessarily have the same aspect ratio as the final result to be displayed to the user. So how do you get from those stretched pictures to the normally displayed output? You need a stretching factor! This stret...
This is another name for sample aspect ratio and should be avoided, as the natural acronym (PAR) conflicts with picture aspect ratio.
// resize the image to be contained within a maximum width and height, keeping aspect ratio public static UIImage MaxResizeImage(this UIImage sourceImage, float maxWidth, float maxHeight) { var sourceSize = sourceImage.Size; var maxResizeFactor = Math.Min(maxWidth / sourceSize.Width, max...
// resize the image (without trying to maintain aspect ratio) public static UIImage ResizeImage(this UIImage sourceImage, float width, float height) { UIGraphics.BeginImageContext(new SizeF(width, height)); sourceImage.Draw(new RectangleF(0, 0, width, height)); var resultImage = UIG...
preserveAspectRatio is an attribute that indicates whether the image should be scaled uniformly. This attribute only works if the <svg> element also has a viewBox. The default value is xMidYMid, which maintains the aspect ratio and centers the path inside the SVG container: <!-- when not ...
The preserveAspectRatio attribute has an optional parameter: meet | slice. The default behavior is meet which stretches the content in both the x and y dimension until it fills either the width or height of the viewBox. The alternative - slice preserves the aspect ratio of the content but scales up ...
In mathematics, especially Set Theory, we have a collection of things which is called set and we name those things as elements. We show a set with its name like A, B, C, ... or explicitly with putting its member on brace notation: {a, b, c, d, e}. Suppose we have an arbitrary element x and a set Z, ...

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