a) Converted to, or obscured by, pixels; pixelated.

Coded images hold a material value similar to their celluloid counterparts, even if they cannot be looked at unless they are turned into pixeled objects.

b) Having pixels of a particular kind.

You can now understand the challenge: If you mapped a square-pixeled image into a rectangular-pixeled image, it would appear to be horizontally stretched-out.

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