Whta does the three columns in a TXT image file mean?

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yxs4406

Whta does the three columns in a TXT image file mean?

Post by yxs4406 »

For example, the pixel line
0,0: (114, 119, 42) #72772A
has three number in bracket, what does it mean?
I appreciate you help.

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Post by magick »

The three numbers are the red, green, and blue intensities scaled from 0 .. 255 for that particular pixel.

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Actually they can be scale 0 to 255 ot 0 to 65535 depending on the save -depth setting.

See IM examples on the "txt:" file format...
http://www.cit.gu.edu.au/~anthony/graph ... files/#txt
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https://imagemagick.org/Usage/

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