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Old 20 April 2015, 16:47   #27
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Originally Posted by jsr View Post
Nope. My aim was to convert "normal" pictures, not tricky ones, which screws up conversion algorithms or deceive the human eyes.
"Normal" pictures have nonlinear RGB space (as such any operations on non linear space will give unavoidable errors)

Originally Posted by jsr View Post
That's what i said too. I just said, that changing the brightness could cause colours to go white or black and the quantizer would select bad colours, so a gamma intensify would be better.
Ok, perhaps same as in HAM case some hybrid - tricky approach is required.

Originally Posted by jsr View Post
Public spatial quantizer algorithms produced much worse results, than the Wu quantizer. Maybe something is missing from the picture.
Ok, i have different impression but ok.

Once again Thanks for a new software.
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