color balance


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color balance

[′kəl·ər ‚bal·əns]
(electronics)
Adjustment of the circuits feeding the three electron guns of a television color picture tube to compensate for differences in light-emitting efficiencies of the three color phosphors on the screen of the tube.
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The main tasks that can turn a nightscape image beautiful quickly are color balance and selective processing.
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The projector automatically adjusts the color balance to offer more natural results.
The user can control backlight compensation, iris, motion detection, white balance, area masking, color balance, and edge enhancement compensation.
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After selecting a digital photo file, the operator may resize, crop, add text, rotate, color balance, sharpen, convert to sepia or black & white or change the density and contrast.
And you'll probably never read something like this in another movie review: It's impossible to overemphasize the importance of the contributions of HD technician Stefan Ciupek, who controlled the video color balance and amount of light that came through the lens aperture, and focus-puller Andre Schneider.