How does HubPages software automatically detect pixelated images.
I believe this is done automatically by some software process and would appreciate any ideas about how it's done. Thanks.
It is done by automatic filters that Hubpages has implemented.
Thanks for the quick reply. I understand that it's done with a filter. What I am looking for is a technical explanation of what software is used and how it works.
I have a wild guess. Maybe they conclude whether an image is pixelated or not through its dimensions. It's more likely for a 100x100 px image to pixelate if used in Hubbages compared to those with 1000x1000 or more dimensions.
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