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Luminance + Chrominance -> RGB

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Subject says it all. Does anyone know how to get to the RGB value of a colour when given luminance and chrominance values? And/Or vica-versa. I ask because thats the way colour is encoded in TV transmissions - which I''m learning about, just every book I''ve looked in didn''t say anything, and my teacher doesn''t know either. So, anybody?

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Look at http://www.efg2.com/Lab/Library/Color/Science.htm#Conversions

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I''m pretty sure the second edition of "Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice" (Foley et al.) covers this topic. There is a lot of discussion of color spaces....

Graham Rhodes
Senior Scientist
Applied Research Associates, Inc.

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