Originally Posted by wareya
Yeah, and smoothly placed grids cause more juddering/stuttering, which is what artefact replaces the high frequency unsmoothness
The moment quantization overtakes the jitter, it makes up for hiding the jitter with stronger artefacts. Period.
That's why I'm saying you are only thinking about the sideways ripple and not seeing the bigger picture.
Your second statement is also inaccurate, as you are understanding it qualitatively and ignoring the existence of a threshold limit. But that is a digression from my point.
I repeatedly said that you need to consider the rectilinear aspect of the jitter which is the concept you are missing.Edited by daniel0731ex - 2/6/16 at 12:21am