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Dolby Demos New Color-Representation Model at SMPTE 2017

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Dolby Demos New Color-Representation Model at SMPTE 2017

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Color can be mathematically represented in several different ways within a video system. The most obvious color-representation model is RGB, in which red, green, and blue are represented directly. Another is YCbCr, in which Y represents the black-and-white brightness or luminance, Cb represents color along the blue-yellow axis, and Cr represents color along the red-green axis. At the 2017 SMPTE tech conference, Dolby demonstrated the advantages of yet another color-representation model called ICtCp.
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