01 How can I convert different color spaces?

In the “Colors” area, the 3 sliders Hue, Saturation and Brightness can be used to set the desired color.

It is also possible to define an “input color” by selecting the color space and filling the corresponding input fields.

By selecting the output color space, the desired color can be converted to another color space.

The following color spaces are available:

  • RGB – color model of the television standards PAL, SECAM and NTSC with red, green, blue
  • Hex – Hexadecimal representation of the color values
  • HSV – Hue (color value), Saturation (color saturation), Value (light value)
  • HSL – Hue (color value), Saturation (color saturation), Lightness (lightness)
  • HSI – Hue (color value), Saturation (color saturation), Intensity (light intensity)
  • CMYK – Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black
  • CMY – Cyan, Magenta, Yellow
  • YUV – color model for PAL and NTSC television standards with luminance Y (luminance), chrominance U (color component blue) & chrominance V (color component red)
  • YPbPr – color model for analog transmission of video signals with luminance Y (luminance), chrominance Pb (color component blue) & chrominance Pr (color component red)
  • YCbCr – color model for digital transmission of video signals with luminance Y (luminance), chrominance Cb (color component blue) & chrominance Cr (color component red)
  • YIQ – Color model of the television standard NTSC