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Code Value Question

Author desmondqford
#1 | Posted: 7 Sep 2012 04:14 
Another term I keep coming across that I'm not quite sure if I understand: Code Value.

Is it simply a unit of measurement or mapping to specify where colors are in relation to each other? For example, the code value of pure black is 0, because nothing can come before it and everything must come after it... is that how it's used?

Layman's terms please!



Author Steve

#2 | Posted: 11 Sep 2012 06:37 
A code value is just the digital value that any given colour actually is.
A pixel sniffer will report the value of any colour directly.
All very simple

Cheers, Steve
Steve Shaw
Mob Boss at Light Illusion

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