Wand: How to use operations on rgba?

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Wand: How to use operations on rgba?

Post by zwd » 2016-08-30T03:29:53-07:00

In the Wand documentation http://docs.wand-py.org/en/0.4.3/wand/i ... E_TYPES%20 is a list of colorspace types, including rgb and transparent, but rgba is missing.
How can motion blur be used on both, the rgb and the transparent? Is there a way to combine both colorspaces?

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Re: Wand: How to use operations on rgba?

Post by snibgo » 2016-08-30T14:59:19-07:00

A colorspace defines the meaning of the colour channels, whether or not there is an alpha channel.

When the channels represent red, green and blue, there are two major colorspaces: RGB and sRGB. sRGB is the most common. Most images you see on the web are encoded in sRGB.

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