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Krzysiek
03-23-2002, 02:42 AM
Which Model of Colours Is OpenGl using ?:
-RGB,
-HSV,
-CMYK.

Please give quickly answer


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Bob
03-23-2002, 03:11 AM
Mainly RGB for the interface between the user and OpenGL, but internally, you never know. Wouldn't be surprised if there are some extensions to deal with other color spaces aswell.

nexusone
03-23-2002, 04:26 AM
Depends on the mode you use and the video card.
OpenGL supports RGB and RGBA modes for image processing, other formats you can write code to convert between other color formats.

Now the video card can have independent output without effecting the OpenGL: Some video cards support RGB, HSV, CMYK outputs.


Originally posted by Krzysiek:
Which Model of Colours Is OpenGl using ?:
-RGB,
-HSV,
-CMYK.

Please give quickly answer


Thanks a lot !!!!!!!!!


my e mail: affect77@poczta.onet.pl