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ISO 12640-5:2013 specifies a set of standard scene-referred colour images (encoded as 16-bit RIMM RGB digital data) that can be used to evaluate transforms from a scene-referred image state to an output-referred image state (colour rendering transforms). They can be used for research, testing and assessing colour rendering transforms, in systems such as digital cameras, camera raw processing applications, colour management systems, colour profiles, and output devices such as displays and printers.
Status: PublishedPublication date: 2013-12
Edition: 1Number of pages: 49
Technical Committee: ISO/TC 130 Graphic technology
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