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NAME

       pfscolortransform - Apply color calibration using user provided matrix file.

SYNOPSIS

       pfscolortransform (--xyzrgb matrix-file | --rgbxyz matrix-file) [--transpose]

DESCRIPTION

       Use  this command to calibrate colours using a calibration matrix supplied in a text file.
       The command is intended for linearized (not gamma corrected)  color  spaces.   The  matrix
       should be 3x3 and it should transform from CIE XYZ to ITU rec. 709 RGB (sRGB primaries but
       linear, no gamma) or from the same RGB to CIE XYZ  (see  options  below).  The  text  file
       should contain three rows with numbers separated by a comma, for example:

              0.0292,0.0126,0.0009
              0.0052,0.0340,-0.0049
              0.0055,-0.0059,0.0409

       If the --xyzrgb is supplied, the pixel values are color-transformed as follows:

              [RGB]' = M * [XYZ]

       where ' is matrix transposition, * is matrix multiplication, RGB is a vector of RGB values
       and XYZ is the vector of CIE XYZ trichromatic values. If the  --rgbxyz  is  supplied,  the
       pixel values are color-transformed as follows:

              [XYZ]' = M * [RGB]

OPTIONS

       --xyzrgb matrix-file, -x matrix-file
              User provided matrix is a conversion matrix to convert from XYZ to RGB color space.

       --rgbxyz matrix-file, -r matrix-file
              User provided matrix is a conversion matrix to convert from RGB to XYZ color space.

       --transpose, -t
              Take transpose of provided matrix file.

EXAMPLES

       pfsin memorial.hdr | pfscolortransform -x matrix.txt | pfsout memorial_gc.ppm

              Color  calibrate  memorial  image  with  matrix  in  matrix.txt  file  and  save to
              memorial_gc.ppm.

SEE ALSO

       pfsin(1) pfsout(1) pfsdisplayfunction(1)

BUGS

       Please   report    bugs    and    comments    to    the    pfstools    discussion    group
       (http://groups.google.com/group/pfstools).

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