X-Rite ColorChecker Classic 2005 - GretagMacbeth v1.7


 
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The X-Rite ColorChecker 2005 Classic - GretagMacbeth
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09 Jul 2016
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X-Rite ColorChecker 2005 Classic - GretagMacbeth 1.5

colour-science.org - July 10, 2016

 

The attached file defines the X-Rite ColorChecker 2005 Classic Colour Rendition Chart.

Reference samples colours are converted from CIE XYZ tristimulus values (derived from GretagMacbeth L*a*b* D50 data [1]) to RGB colourspace.

Matrices converting from CIE XYZ tristimulus to RGB colourspace were computed using CAT02 chromatic adaptation transform.

The following RGB colourspaces are implemented:

 

  • ACES2065-1
  • ACEScc
  • ACEScg
  • ACESproxy
  • ALEXA Wide Gamut RGB
  • Adobe RGB (1998)
  • Adobe Wide Gamut RGB
  • Apple RGB
  • Best RGB
  • Beta RGB
  • CIE RGB
  • Cinema Gamut
  • ColorMatch RGB
  • DCI-P3
  • DCI-P3+
  • DRAGONcolor
  • DRAGONcolor2
  • Don RGB 4
  • ECI RGB v2
  • ERIMM RGB
  • Ekta Space PS 5
  • Max RGB
  • NTSC RGB
  • Pal/Secam RGB
  • ProPhoto RGB
  • REDcolor
  • REDcolor2
  • REDcolor3
  • REDcolor4
  • RIMM RGB
  • ROMM RGB
  • Rec. 2020
  • Rec. 709
  • Russell RGB
  • S-Gamut
  • S-Gamut3
  • S-Gamut3.Cine
  • SMPTE-C RGB
  • V-Gamut
  • Xtreme RGB
  • sRGB

 

http://i.imgur.com/tTail9S.jpg

Rendered colour rendition charts can be downloaded at this url: https://github.com/colour-science/colour-nuke/tree/master/colour_nuke/resources/images/ColorChecker2005

More informations are available here: https://github.com/colour-science/colour/tree/develop/colour/models/dataset

Latest version of the file will always be available at this url: https://github.com/colour-science/colour-nuke/blob/master/colour_nuke/scripts/colour_rendition_chart.nk

 

[1] BabelColor. (2012). ColorChecker RGB and spectra. Retrieved from http://www.babelcolor.com/download/ColorChecker_RGB_and_spectra.xls

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+2 # yogesh Nalawade 2015-05-01 08:39
hi as i am new to compositing can any one can pls explain how to sue X-Rite ColorChecker Classic 2005 in nuke
 

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