To impart color to (black-and-white film) by means of a computer-assisted process: "Be prepared . . . for the . . . colorized version of Topper” ( Vincent Canby). (verb-transitive)
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Use "colorize" in a sentence
"# or just call colorize method this way: print Term:: ANSIColor:: Markup - > colorize ($text);"
"Luckily, Ted Turner found a way to use those movies he got in the MGM / UA deal to start TCM, rather than to "colorize" those movies, as they are just as good in B&W."
"I guess this shouldn't be too shocking given that guy who used to own the studio tried to colorize Citizen Kane. joenostalgia"