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CMYK Channels

Tool to decompose an image in print colors. The separation of the CMYK channels (for the 4 colors Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Key for Black) is used to analyze the colors of each part of an image.

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CMYK Channels

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How to separate CMYK values of an image?

The image will be analyzed in printing color components (4 layers). There are four main colors when printing: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black.

The result will be returned in grayscale for each color. Between 0 for no color and 1 for pure color.

Example: The dCode logo do not have any Cyan (light blue)

cyan

Example: For magenta the C is kightly visible

magenta

Example: The dominant yellow is very visible

yellow

Example: The black draws the contours of the image

key

In order to accelerate the calculation of channel separation, the image will be resized if it is too large.

How to calculate CMYK values from RGB values?

From RGB values $ R $, $ V $ and $ B $ between $ 0 $ and $ 1 $ (divide by 255 if the values are between 0 and 255)

CMYK values are calculated using formulas:

$$ K = 1-max(R, G, B) \\ C = (1-R-K) / (1-K) \\ M = (1-G-K) / (1-K) \\ J = (1-B-K) / (1-K) $$

Why 'K' in CMYK?

In English, CMYK (instead of CMYB) stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. To not use the B letter for Black (as B stands for Blue in RGB code), term Key is preferred (the black component is often the most important when printing : the key)

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