Pixellation is due to dropout. The signal is either there or it is
not. If it is not there you get a black square in your video stream.
If that particular vireo segment was supposed to have a blue eye in
it, it either had a blue eye or nothing. Not a green eye. Not a brown
eye. Not an ear or a bird, and if there was a blue eye it was
distinct, with no blurring or other distortion.
That is the nature of digital communication. There. Not there. Nothing
If the error detection/correction detects the lost segment and
requests a resend - and gets it on time to pop it into the data train
on time, there is no dropout. If not, you get the dropout - and most
systems will only allow so many dropouts before they just blank.
I like the way Tom Mabe deals with cold calls ;-)
I've been using 'Phonetray Free' call blocker software for about 3
years and absolutely love it!
A forum discussion with screen shots:
Clean, free copy available for download:
The copy of 'Phonetray Free v1.39' that I downloaded from
http://www.traysoft.com (the creators of Phonetray) back in 2012 has a MD5 checksum of:
The dropbox link is the EXACT 'Phonetray Free v1.39' w/same checksum
that was freely available from Traysoft's website until they started
charging $30, for essentially the same product.
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