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The following XML shows a single record produced by color analysis.
<output> <record> ... <trackname>ColorCluster.Result</trackname> <ColorClusterResult> <id>76b7b8dd-59f6-4fe7-9a6e-bcfae3cf94e8</id> <colorspace>RGB</colorspace> <cluster> <color>232 242 252</color> <colorname>white</colorname> <proportion>77.12</proportion> </cluster> <cluster> <color>10 11 13</color> <colorname>black</colorname> <proportion>21.54</proportion> </cluster> </ColorClusterResult> </record> </output>
The record contains the following information:
colorspaceelement specifies the color space in which the results are provided. You can choose the color space by setting the
cluster element represent a cluster of similar colors.
colorelement provides the color at the center of the cluster, in the color space requested.
colornameelement provides a name for the color. This element is present only if you have specified the path to a dictionary that associates names with color values. For information about color dictionaries, see Color Dictionaries.
proportionelement specifies the percentage of the image or video frame that belongs to that cluster.
In addition to the
Result track, the color clustering task also produces a track named
ClusteredImage. This contains the source image, containing only colors that match the center of a color cluster, and cropped to the analyzed region. If the analyzed region is not rectangular any pixels outside the region are transparent (or black if you use an image format that does not support transparency).