from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The science of measuring colours and assigning them numeric values.
- n. Analysis involving the quantitative measurement of colour.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quantitative determination of the depth of color of a substance.
- n. A method of quantitative chemical analysis based upon the comparison of the depth of color of a solution with that of a standard liquid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The determination of the strength of colors, especially of dyes, by means of a colorimeter.
- n. The quantitative measurement, as in chemical analysis, of a colored substance by comparing the depth of color of its solution with that of a solution of known strength of the same or a similarly colored substance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. quantitative chemical analysis by color using a colorimeter
Page 418, Volume 3 physicists from the eighteenth to the twentieth century was the emergence of two new sciences; photometry and colorimetry, both arising with the evident purpose of measuring light first and color afterward.
The important principles around which practically all quantitative methods may be grouped are: Neutralization, solubility-product, oxidation-reduction, colorimetry, and evolution and measurement of gases.
Brief reviews of photometry, colorimetry, and brightness perception are presented as a foundation for the discussion of circadian light.
The Alert colorimeter uses the differential absorbance colorimetry (DAC) methodology to prevent background sample colour and solids adversely affecting the analysis.
The Alert Colorimeter uses the differential absorbance colorimetry (DAC) methodology to prevent background sample colour and solids adversely affecting the analysis.
The Aztec 600 series uses the principle of colorimetry to measure concentrations of aluminium, iron, manganese and phosphates.
I don't know if it makes colorspace changes, or the Hi-Def Rec. 709 colorimetry isn't being taken into account (if the original encoder even bothered to make sure and keep it), or what.
Separable from its gbox-styleh CCU by cable lengths as long as 50 meters, the new HDL-F25's optical block features three full-quality 2 / 3-inch CCD's for maximum sensitivity, signal-to-noise, and colorimetry performance.
A newer display technology, FED can be thought of as a gflat CRT, h providing the standard colorimetry associated with the phosphors CRT's employ, as well as the same excellent angle of view and lag characteristics as CRT's, but also with excellent contrast ratio, a more uniform display of blacks, and advantages such as substantially lower power consumption and operating temperatures.
My guess is that you just have to get it back to the YV12 colorspace and the Rec. 601 colorimetry properly.