DAFM Course focuses on disciplines such as storyboarding, character design, art direction, modelling, 3D Animation and texturing & lighting.
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Bit depth refers to the color information stored in an image. The higher the bit depth of an image, the more colors it can store. The simplest image, a 1 bit image, can only show two colors, black and white.
Alternatively referred to as pixel depth, color depth refersto the number of bits per pixel on a computer monitor to represent a specific color. The more bits per pixel, the higher color variety and quality of the monitor. The first graphics cards and monitors supported 1-bit color, which was monochrome (most commonly black and white), for early computers like the Apple Macintosh and Atari ST.
Today, most computers support at least 32-bit color, which allows for up to 16.7 million colors. Windows 7 introduced support for 48-bit color, assuming the computer's video card supports this color depth.
Definition of: 24-bit color. Using three bytes per pixel in a display system (eight bits for each red, green and blue subpixel). Also called "True Color" and "RGB color," a total of 16,777,216 colors can be represented in the colorpalette.