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11:44 Dec 12, 2010
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English to Portuguese translations [PRO] Computers: Software / graphics software
English term or phrase:hit to performance
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Because most Web browsers at the moment are currently not color managed at all, viewing Web content on wide-gamut monitors presents its own sets of problems. Most Web content is not color tagged so both color managed and non-color-managed browsers send RGB color values directly to the screen. This makes the sRGB 255 0 0 red extremely oversaturated and in general causes Web colors on wide-gamut monitors to appear “garish” or “vulgar” as commonly described. Interestingly enough, the effect occurs even with color managed browsers for reasons that have nothing to do with color management. Color correcting images for displays incurs a small hit to performance so even color managed browsers are reluctant to color correct untagged content, even though this is what they are supposed to do according to the WW3 standards.