Select images from which to extract color codes
A tool to easily extract the colors (color codes) used in an image.
Select the image from which you want to extract color codes. The colors used in the image will be extracted instantly.
You can also use the extraction options for advanced control of the color code extraction.
You can control color code extraction by adjusting the slider for each option.
*If you are not sure, please use the default values.
Color Distance is a measure of the distance between two colors in the color space. The closer the color distance (closer to 1), the more the color difference disappears and the more similar the colors are.
The closer the distance (closer to 1), the fewer the color variations to be extracted, since colors that are closer are grouped together.
The farther the distance (closer to 0), the more accurate colors are extracted.
Hue Distance is a concept that measures the distance between two colors by comparing their hue (Hue) values.
The minimum hue value (minimum difference) between two colors can be changed.
If the minimum hue value is less than a certain threshold, i.e., the difference in hue is small, they are merged.
Saturation Distance is the minimum value between the saturation values of two colors.
Two colors with a difference in saturation less than a set value are merged to form a new color with intermediate saturation. In other words, if the saturation values of the colors are close, the two colors are merged to produce and extract a color with a more intermediate saturation value.
Lightness Distance is the minimum value between the lightness values of two colors.
When colors are close in lightness, the two colors are merged to produce and extract a color with a more intermediate lightness.