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Safe Colors

Yet another difference between computer and video monitors lies in the way that they display colors. Video's native color model has a much narrower range, or gamut, than the RGB model used by computers. As a result, computer programs usually allow you to select much more saturated colors than video allows. Anything more saturated than video's safe colors will appear to be noisy or even bleed into areas where they doesn't belong when displayed on a video monitor.


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