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scRGB-nl

Reference Name: scRGB-nl

Definition: IEC 61966-2-2:2003

Responsible Organization: International Standard defining this colour encoding published by IEC, Geneva (document available through National Standards Bodies). Characterisation data derived from this was defined by ICC.

Contact Information:
ICC Technical Secretary
Tel: +44 1296 661342
email: askphil@colourspace.demon.co.uk


DOCUMENTATION

Documentation source see IEC 61966-2-2:2003.

Electronic data source: see IEC 61966-2-2:2003


ENCODING CHARACTERISTICS

Color space

Type: Colorimetric RGB color space

Color gamut: Extended

RGB primaries:
    x   y   z
R 0.64 0.33 0.03
G 0.30 0.60 0.10
B 0.15 0.06 0.79

Color component transfer function:

C'=-1.099 (-C)0.45 + 0.099 C < -0.018
C'=4.5 C -0.018 ≤ C ≤ 0.018
C'=1.099 C0.45-0.099 C > 0.018

Luma-chroma matrix:
    R'   G'   B'
Y 0.2290 0.5870 0.1140
Cr -0.1687 -0.3312 0.5000
Cb 0.5000 -0.4187 -0.0813

White point luminance: White point luminance values are scene-dependent

White point chromaticity: x = 0.3127, y = 0.3290 (D65)

Encoding Range: linear RGB: -0.6038 to 7.5913

Bit depth: 12

Image state: Scene-referred

Reference viewing environment

Image background (proximal field): Unspecified

Viewing surround: Unspecified

Ambient illuminance: Unspecified

Adapted white point luminance: Unspecified

Adapted white point chromaticity: Unspecified

Reference medium

White point luminance: N/A

White point chromaticity: N/A

Black point luminance: N/A

Black point chromaticity: N/A


HINTS FOR PROFILE MAKERS

See Transforming via the ICC PCS for details on the derivation and use of D50 adapted data, chromatic adaptation matrix and measurement corrections.