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BLIND-COLOUR-SRGB(1)	    General Commands Manual	  BLIND-COLOUR-SRGB(1)

NAME
       blind-colour-srgb - Convert sRGB	for use	with blind-single-colour(1)

SYNOPSIS
       blind-colour-srgb [-d depth] [-l] red green blue

DESCRIPTION
       blind-colour-srgb  converts  the	 sRGB  colour  with the	specified red,
       green, and blue values to CIE XYZ and prints the	result	to  stdout  in
       plain  text,  such that it can be used with blind-single-colour(1).  If
       blind-single-colour(1) is modified in the future	to use another	colour
       model  than  CIE	XYZ, blind-colour-srgb will be modified	to convert the
       values into that	colour model.

       red, green, and blue may	be floating-point values and may  be  negative
       or beyond the maximum value encodable in	an unsigned integer with depth
       bits.

OPTIONS
       -d depth
	      If all three parameters are 2^depth-1, the colour	is 100 %. (de-
	      fault: 8)

       -l     The  values are encoded linearly instead of with the sRGB	trans-
	      fer function.

SEE ALSO
       blind(7), blind-single-colour(1), blind-colour-ciexyz(1)

AUTHORS
       Mattias AndrA(C)e <maandree@kth.se>

				   blind 1.1		  BLIND-COLOUR-SRGB(1)

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