Bit depth

Bit depth,

Definition of Bit depth:

  1. Number of bits used in representing the smallest unit of information (such as a byte or pixel) in an audio/video or graphic data file. Greater the bit depth, better the quality of stored or reproduced image or sound.

How to use Bit depth in a sentence?

  1. You should always factor in the bit depth when you are trying to make any graphic file so you get things correctly.
  2. The bit depth used by the software engineer in creating our new enterprise resource planning software was carefully selected by him.
  3. I did not think the file had enough bit depth , but my friend, an expert with computers, informed me that it did.

Meaning of Bit depth & Bit depth Definition