YcCbcCrc to Lab D65 Converter - Color Space Converter

YcCbcCrc color space introduction

Also known as the YcCbcCrc color space.There are 3 channels in total, Yc,range from 0 to 1.Cbc,range from -0.5 to 0.5.Crc,range from -0.5 to 0.5.
The YcCbcCrc color space is based on the traditional YCbCr color space, optimized for chrominance components of High Definition Television (HDTV) signals to accommodate video signals of different resolutions during transmission and processing.
YcCbcCrc uses a component representation method similar to YCbCr, usually including a luminance component Yc and two chrominance components Cbc and Crc. The difference lies in the scaling factors for Cbc and Crc, which are adjusted according to different HDTV standards. In 8-bit video signals, the range of values for Yc, Cbc, and Crc may vary depending on the standard.
This color space is primarily used in professional video production and editing, excelling in video compression and broadcast transmission, especially when dealing with high-definition video signals.
YcCbcCrc adapts to higher resolution video signals with different scaling and offset compared to standard YCbCr. This can improve the representation of chrominance signals, particularly during color conversion and color grading processes.

Lab D65 color space introduction

Also known as the Lab D65 color space.There are 3 channels in total,L,range from 0 to 100.a,range from -125 to 125.b,range from -125 to 125.
Lab-D65 is a specific instance of the CIELAB color space that uses the D65 illuminant as its reference white point.
Lab-D65 color space.
In the Lab-D65 color space, colors are represented by Lightness (L*), a* (green-red chroma component), and b* (blue-yellow chroma component), with reference to the D65 illuminant.
Lab-D65 is commonly used in color-related applications that require a daylight reference, such as image processing, printing, and photography.
The Lab-D65 color space is widely used to ensure consistency and accuracy of colors across different devices and lighting conditions.

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