YPbPr(Y/PB/PR,YPRPB,PRPBY,PBPRY,Y/Pb/Pr,YPrPb,PrPbY,PbPrY,Y/R-Y/B-Y,Y(R-Y)(B-Y),R-Y,B-Y) to HPLuv(HuSLp) Converter - Color Space Converter

YPbPr(Y/PB/PR,YPRPB,PRPBY,PBPRY,Y/Pb/Pr,YPrPb,PrPbY,PbPrY,Y/R-Y/B-Y,Y(R-Y)(B-Y),R-Y,B-Y) color space introduction

Also known as the YPbPr(Y/PB/PR,YPRPB,PRPBY,PBPRY,Y/Pb/Pr,YPrPb,PrPbY,PbPrY,Y/R-Y/B-Y,Y(R-Y)(B-Y),R-Y,B-Y) color space.There are 3 channels in total, Y,range from 0 to 1.Pb,range from -0.5 to 0.5.Pr,range from -0.5 to 0.5.
Origin: The YPbPr color space originates from analog television broadcasting and component video technology, designed to be compatible with black-and-white television while efficiently transmitting color information.
Primary Names: YPbPr color space, where 'Y' is for luminance, 'Pb' stands for the blue difference component, and 'Pr' represents the red difference component.
YPbPr is typically expressed as three separate signals, for example: YPbPr(0.6, 0.2, 0.15) representing specific luminance and color differences.
Usage Scope: It's primarily used for analog television signals and connecting devices such as DVD players, video game consoles, and home theater systems to TVs.
Additionally, YPbPr is designed to separate the luminance (Y) from the color information (Pb and Pr), which is beneficial for black-and-white displays and synchronization in analog transmission.

HPLuv(HuSLp) color space introduction

Also known as the HPLuv(HuSLp) 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.
HPLuv is a variant of the HSLuv color space, designed to provide softer tones, focusing primarily on lighter colors.
Known as the HPLuv color space.
Similar to HSLuv, HPLuv defines colors using hue (H), pastel (P), and lightness (L), but with a constraint on saturation to create soft tones that avoid high chromaticity.
HPLuv is commonly used in graphic design and artistic creation, particularly where soft and refined tones are sought.
HPLuv provides a color space that's easy for designers to use, allowing them to create perceptually uniform soft tones, especially suited for designs that need to avoid intense colors.

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