Image color set

The calculator counts the number of colors in an image, finds the dominant color, and creates a table of colors that make up the original image.

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Created: 2023-02-09 14:19:55, Last updated: 2023-02-09 14:19:55
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Upload a photo or screenshot and the calculator will give you a table of color occurrence in the image. In addition to the color in RGBA format and the frequency of its occurrence, the table contains a single-color image in which all pixels are transparent, except for those that were in the selected color. The contents of the table are sorted by frequency of occurrence from the most common color to the rarest.

PLANETCALC, Image palette

Image palette

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Digits after the decimal point: 2
Source image
Number of colors
Prevailing color
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The process of generating single-color images takes time and computer memory, especially for large images with a rich palette. Therefore, by default, single-color images are displayed for the first ten colors. To display images for remaining colors - change the range in the "Single color images" field.

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PLANETCALC, Image color set