Interface ColorSpaceConverter

Known Implementing Classes:
CieXyzConverter, ClutProfileConverter, GrayProfileConverter, GrayScaleConverter, LinearRGBConverter, PyccConverter, RgbProfileConverter, SrgbConverter

public interface ColorSpaceConverter

ColorSpaceConverter - used by java.awt.color.ICC_ColorSpace Color space conversion can occur in several ways: -Directly (for the built in spaces sRGB, linear RGB, gray, CIE XYZ and PYCC -ICC_ProfileRGB works through TRC curves and a matrix -ICC_ProfileGray works through a single TRC -Everything else is done through Color lookup tables. The different conversion methods are implemented through an interface. The built-in colorspaces are implemented directly with the relevant conversion equations. In this way, we hopefully will always use the fastest and most accurate method available.

Method Summary

fromCIEXYZ(float[] in)
fromRGB(float[] in)
toCIEXYZ(float[] in)
toRGB(float[] in)

Method Details


public float[] fromCIEXYZ(float[] in)


public float[] fromRGB(float[] in)


public float[] toCIEXYZ(float[] in)


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