Difference between revisions of "Colorspace"

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A Colorspace a a way to define a color. The two main types/groups are RGB and YUV.
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A Colorspace is a way to define a color. The two main types/groups are RGB and YUV.
  
 
here is a list of colorspaces:
 
here is a list of colorspaces:
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* [[CIE 1964]]
 
* [[CIE 1964]]
 
* [[YIQ]]
 
* [[YIQ]]
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* [[YCbCr]]
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* [[YCoCg]]
 
* [[YDrDb]]
 
* [[YDrDb]]
 
* [[YPrPb]]
 
* [[YPrPb]]
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Under http://www.easyrgb.com/math.php is a huge list of Colorspace conversation formulas.
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Under http://www.easyrgb.com/math.php is a huge list of Colorspace conversion formulas.
  
 
Standardization of Colors:
 
Standardization of Colors:
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* INTERNATIONAL COLOR CONSORTIUM (ICC) http://www.color.org/
 
* INTERNATIONAL COLOR CONSORTIUM (ICC) http://www.color.org/
colormenagement(eg. the same color on every system PC, Mac, UNIX, Linux, DVD Players, ...)
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color management (eg. the same color on every system PC, Mac, UNIX, Linux, DVD Players, ...)
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[[Category:Compression Theory]]
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[[Category:Multimedia Terminology]]

Latest revision as of 03:21, 16 March 2009

A Colorspace is a way to define a color. The two main types/groups are RGB and YUV.

here is a list of colorspaces:


Under http://www.easyrgb.com/math.php is a huge list of Colorspace conversion formulas.

Standardization of Colors:

Division 1: Vision and Colour Division 2: Measurement of Light and Radiation Division 3: Interior Environment and Lighting Design Division 4: Lighting and Signalling for Transport Division 5: Exterior Lighting and Other Applications Division 6: Photobiology and Photochemistry Division 8: Image Technology

color management (eg. the same color on every system PC, Mac, UNIX, Linux, DVD Players, ...)