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Date Posted: 07:17:43 07/10/03 Thu
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: YCC color representation
In reply to: Katerina 's message, "Re: YCC color representation" on 09:26:41 07/09/03 Wed

Hi Katerina,

Do you need this for a particular file format?

Envision as such only supports the RGB color space. Once an image is read, it is loaded into the TDibGraphic and then it is in the RGB color space.

So for sure, manipulating in YCC color is not in the plans.

As far as detecting the color space for a file, this is specific to the file format. For example, TIFF can read different color space, but once it is loaded it will convert to RGB.

If you really want to forbid loading an image, it would have to be done before attempting to load it in Envision.

Best regards,


> I have two options. the first option would be to
>support all, manipulating, reading, saving to a
>diffrent format...
>The other option would consist of detecting that the
>image uses a YCC color representation and if so forbit
>its import into the software.
>thx for your help
>>Hi Katerina,
>>At what level do you require such support? Is this for
>>reading, manipulating on screen, or saving to a
>>specific format?
>>There are no specific plans. The tiff format may be
>>able to load images in that color space, but I am not
>>sure I have tested any.
>>Best regards,
>>> Do you support images with YCC color representation.
>>>If not do you intend to support such images, if yes
>>>when about ?

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