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Imagick::setImageColorspace

(PECL imagick 2, PECL imagick 3)

Imagick::setImageColorspaceSets the image colorspace

Descrição

public Imagick::setImageColorspace(int $colorspace): bool

Sets the image colorspace. This method should be used when creating new images. To change the colorspace of an existing image, you should use Imagick::transformImageColorspace().

Parâmetros

colorspace

One of the COLORSPACE constants

Valor Retornado

Retorna true em caso de sucesso.

Erros/Exceções

Lança uma exceção ImagickException em caso de erro.

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pilot114 at bk dot ru
9 years ago
Simlest way converting from CMYK to RGB:

<?php
if ($jpeg->getImageColorspace() == \Imagick::COLORSPACE_CMYK) {
$jpeg->transformimagecolorspace(\Imagick::COLORSPACE_SRGB);
}
?>

It is pretty work in current stable Image Magick (6.9.0-4).
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eth at ethaniel dot com
11 years ago
When converting from CMYK to RGB using this function, the image can become inverted. To fix this, use a workaround (don't forget to download the .icc files online):

<?php
// don't use this (it inverts the image)
// $img->setImageColorspace (imagick::COLORSPACE_RGB);

if ($img->getImageColorspace() == Imagick::COLORSPACE_CMYK) {
$profiles = $img->getImageProfiles('*', false);
// we're only interested if ICC profile(s) exist
$has_icc_profile = (array_search('icc', $profiles) !== false);
// if it doesnt have a CMYK ICC profile, we add one
if ($has_icc_profile === false) {
$icc_cmyk = file_get_contents(dirname(__FILE__).'/USWebUncoated.icc');
$img->profileImage('icc', $icc_cmyk);
unset(
$icc_cmyk);
}
// then we add an RGB profile
$icc_rgb = file_get_contents(dirname(__FILE__).'/sRGB_v4_ICC_preference.icc');
$img->profileImage('icc', $icc_rgb);
unset(
$icc_rgb);
}

$img->stripImage (); // this will drop down the size of the image dramatically (removes all profiles)
?>
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jdstraughan dot com at gmail dot com
15 years ago
FYI, here is the breakdown for (int $colorspace):

Constants:
0 - UndefinedColorspace
1 - RGBColorspace
2 - GRAYColorspace
3 - TransparentColorspace
4 - OHTAColorspace
5 - LABColorspace
6 - XYZColorspace
7 - YCbCrColorspace
8 - YCCColorspace
9 - YIQColorspace
10 - YPbPrColorspace
11 - YUVColorspace
12 - CMYKColorspace
13 - sRGBColorspace
14 - HSBColorspace
15 - HSLColorspace
16 - HWBColorspace
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kevin.a.florida
10 years ago
I have a better solution for solving inverted colors on php 5.3.x than posted. All the other solutions I found darkens the image or messes with the colors.

See below (note: my imagick object is $jpeg)

$range = $jpeg->getQuantumRange();
$php_vs_arr = preg_split("/\./", phpversion());
$php_vs = $php_vs_arr[0] . '.' . $php_vs_arr[1];
if ($jpeg->getImageColorspace() == Imagick::COLORSPACE_CMYK) {

//make sure cmyk color-space is set correctly
$jpeg->setImageColorspace(12);

// then we add an RGB profile
$icc_rgb = file_get_contents(FRAMEWORK_PATH . DS . 'color' . DS . 'AdobeRGB1998.icc');
$jpeg->profileImage('icc', $icc_rgb);
unset($icc_rgb);

//set color space to rgb
$jpeg->setImageColorspace(13);

//fix gamma, hue, saturation, brightness
if($php_vs < 5.3) {
//ADJUST GAMMA BY 20% for 5.2.x
$jpeg->levelImage(0, 2.0, $range['quantumRangeString']);
} else {
//php 5.3 hack FOR INVERTED COLORS
$jpeg->negateImage(false, Imagick::CHANNEL_ALL);
}

}
$jpeg->stripImage();
//end convert to RGB=========================|
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Cesare Bordi
6 years ago
These are the basic steps to convert an image from RGB to CMYK:

$image = new Imagick();
$image->readImage(rgb.jpg);
$image->setImageColorSpace(Imagick::COLORSPACE_CMYK);
$image->profileImage('icc', file_get_contents(/path/CoatedFOGRA27.icc'));
$image->negateImage(FALSE, imagick::COLOR_CYAN);
$image->negateImage(FALSE, imagick::COLOR_MAGENTA);
$image->negateImage(FALSE, imagick::COLOR_YELLOW);
$image->negateImage(FALSE, imagick::COLOR_BLACK);
$image->writeImage(cmyk.rgb);
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mettedraq at gmail dot com
13 years ago
This is how to Monochrome a jpg [on Windows].. since I couldn't find it anywhere else.

<?php
header
("Content-type: image/jpeg");

$IMagick = new IMagick('c:\\testing\\fruit.jpg');
$IMagick->setImageColorSpace(Imagick::COLORSPACE_GRAY);

echo
$IMagick;
?>
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charlie at midsouthhost dot com
13 years ago
If your getting strange/bad color rendering from a PDF, after trying the colorspace constants noted by jdstraughan, try other values outside that range.

In one case for me only $image->setImageColorSpace(22) provided useful color. I have found posts elsewhere using values up to 255.
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cesarebordi
6 years ago
These are the basic steps to convert an image from RGB to CMYK:

$image = new Imagick();
$image->readImage(rgb.jpg);
$image->setImageColorSpace(Imagick::COLORSPACE_CMYK);
$image->profileImage('icc', file_get_contents(/path/CoatedFOGRA27.icc'));
$image->negateImage(FALSE, imagick::COLOR_CYAN);
$image->negateImage(FALSE, imagick::COLOR_MAGENTA);
$image->negateImage(FALSE, imagick::COLOR_YELLOW);
$image->negateImage(FALSE, imagick::COLOR_BLACK);
$image->writeImage(cmyk.rgb);

For more information:
http://www.cesarebordi.it/imagemagick-php-convertire-rgb-to-cmyk-web-developer/
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