Chrominance



[kroh-muh-nuh ns] /ˈkroʊ mə nəns/

noun, Optics.
1.
the difference in color quality between a color and a reference color that has an equal brightness and a specified chromaticity.
/ˈkrəʊmɪnəns/
noun
1.
the quality of light that causes the sensation of colour. It is determined by comparison with a reference source of the same brightness and of known chromaticity
2.
the information that defines the colour (hue and saturation) of a television image, but not the brightness

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