HSL to YCbCr(YCC) Converter - Color Space Converter

HSL color space introduction

Also known as the HSL color space.There are 3 channels in total, hue,range from 0 to 360.saturation,range from 0 to 100.lightness,range from 0 to 100.
Origin: HSL stands for Hue, Saturation, and Lightness. It provides an intuitive way to describe colors, aligning closely with how we typically discuss color properties such as hue, saturation, and lightness.
Primary Name: HSL, which includes three color channels: H (Hue), S (Saturation), and L (Lightness).
It's usually represented as a triplet, for instance: hsl(120, 100%, 50%) indicates a pure green color with 100% saturation and 50% lightness.
Usage: HSL is used in computer graphics, image editing, and style design, especially in scenarios where there's a need for intuitive color property adjustments. In CSS, HSL is also used as one of the methods to define colors.
Additionally, it's worth noting that HSL has clear conversion formulas with RGB. While RGB is a commonly used color model in modern display technology, adjusting colors directly in RGB may not be as intuitive as in the HSL space. HSL is similar to HSV (Hue, Saturation, Value), but they differ slightly in how they describe color brightness or luminance.

YCbCr(YCC) color space introduction

Also known as the YCbCr(YCC) color space.There are 3 channels in total,Y,range from 16 to 235.Cb,range from 16 to 240.Cr,range from 16 to 240.
The YCbCr color space was specifically designed for digital television and video compression standards like MPEG and JPEG, aiming to minimize data size while maintaining high-quality imagery during the compression process.
The primary name is YCbCr. It is often confused with YUV, although they are technically different.
The YCbCr color space is typically used in a digital format, expressed as a combination of three component values, like (Y, Cb, Cr). For 8-bit video signals, these components typically range from 16 to 235 for Y, and 16 to 240 for Cb and Cr.
YCbCr is predominantly used in digital video capture, processing, storage, and transmission. It forms the core color space for television broadcasting, DVD videos, and image compression standards such as JPEG.
In the YCbCr color space, Y represents the luminance component, while Cb and Cr represent the chrominance components of blue and red, separated from the Y component, allowing chroma subsampling to reduce data amount. As the human eye is more sensitive to luminance than to chrominance, this separation usually doesn't affect the viewing experience.

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