The pixelize effect breaks up a picture into blocks of pixels to make the picture jaggier. The Pixelize dialog box allows you to set the size of these blocks, or cells, and how the color for each is chosen. For example, if you set a cell size of 6, then each cell will be make up of 36 pixels (6x6).

To pixelize an area or picture: Select an area to change, or deselect a selected area if you want to change the entire picture. Choose the Pixelize command from the Effects menu to open the Pixelize dialog box. Drag the slider to set the cell size and set how to calculate the color of each cell with the Cell Color pop-up. This is explained below:


Pixelize  Section  url:BMEuser/effects#anchor322570
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