OpenRGB is a Windows based application designed to help handling color information in a
professional and reliable way. OpenRGB is released as freeware.
The end user can easily add new tints and collection files to the software. The file format is open and
very easy to implement.
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Get more info about OpenRGB (on-line manual).
You can convert color data to different color spaces and standards. It's a powerful tool to manipulate color information and obtain color values for everyday professional tasks.
Each time new data is entered, the resulting color is immediately displayed and automatically made available to all the different functions of OpenRGB.
Match RGB values to commercial products:
You can match your computer generated RGB values to color cards, paint lines, inks,
fandecks, international standards and other commercial colors.
The typical use is to identify the more similar commercial tint for your CAD software, home
improvement or graphic package colors.
Once the best match is selected, it can be used in all OpenRGB functions.
Search RGB values of commercial colors:
You can locate a specific color in commercial color cards or collections. Usually commercial colors (paint, inks etc.) are identified by code and/or name (for example: code 5023, name PINK SHADOW). Once a color is properly located in the desired collection, its RGB values are available for all the others application functions.
Colors can be searched inserting the complete code or name, or simply inserting a part of it.
You can simulate color harmonies and schemes best complementing your RGB data.
It's a feature designed, for example, to select color combinations to paint houses (walls, trims etc) or to build good color schemes for Web site designing.
Once a nice complement is found, it can be matched to commercially available tints or used in
different OpenRGB functions.
Monitor color calibration:
The monitor color calibration wizard will guide you through 4 easy color calibration steps. Monitor calibration is crucial to obtain consistent on-screen colors. It is also the only way to visually communicate colors between different computer systems (different locations, O.S., video cards, monitors etc.).
The embedded calibration engine is based on the qRGB technology used to calibrate image colors in e-commerce Web sites.
By default the displayed colors are compatible with the standard-RGB (sRGB) specification and well adapt to modern CRT and LCD screens.