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work within the HLS colorSpace - How?

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Hi,

I would like to work within the HLS colorSpace. I have tried creating an ICC_ColorSpace and profile with no success. I can see how you would use the predefined colorSpaces that getInstance provides but HLS is not one of them. Do I need to load the profile from an .icm file or is the HLS profile predefined somewhere in Java?

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Waffe
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I solved the problem in a different way but still very effective.

http://www.koders.com/javascript/fid5166226C5E0319920228FCE192E30B69C6F1C123.aspx?s=hlstorgb

the code is in java script but a quick porting and all is working perfectly!

waffe
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