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Raster Image Processor

A raster image processor, or RIP, is a component used in a printing system which produces a bitmap. The bitmap is then sent to a printing device for output. The input may be a PostScript program or another bitmap of higher or lower resolution. In that case the RIP applies smoothing algorithms.

Every PostScript printer contains a RIP in its firmware.

More see raster graphics.



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