The color value is displayed in three formats: Hex, RGB, and HSV.
- Hex consists of three two character values in hexadecimal notation. For example: #ff00b3, where the first pair of numbers is red, the second is green, and the third is blue.
- RGB (RedGreenBlue) has the form “200,100,255” indicating the amount of the corresponding tone (red, green, blue) in the resulting color.
- HSV (Hue, Saturation, Value – tone, saturation, value) – a color model in which the coordinates are:
- Hue – color tone, can vary from 0° to 360°.
- Saturation – saturation, varies between 0-100 or 0-1. The larger this setting, the “purer” the color is, which is why this setting is sometimes referred to as color purity. And the closer this parameter is to zero, the closer the color is to neutral gray.
- Value (color value) – sets the brightness, the value can also vary between 0-100 or 0-1.