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How do you get the 8 - bit 256 colors?
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How many bits per pixel are needed to represent 256 colors?
What is the difference between 8 bit and 16 bit ina computer?
Asked in Mac OS
If the display adapter is set to 8-bit color how many colors can it show?
How many color are possible if 24 bits pixel is used?
You are actually asking how many colors are possible in 8 bit per channel. 8 bit per channel means 256 colors, 1 bit= 2 colors, 2 bits= 4 colors, 3 bits= 8 colors, 4 bits= 16... 8bits= 256 colors. Since we have 3 channels in RGB color mode: Red, Green and Blue that means that we have 3x8= 24 bits per pixel in an image. 3x8 also means 256x256x256 colors possible. Number of possible colors in 8 bit per channel or 24 bits per pixel image is 256x256x256 colors or in particular exact number of possible colors is 16777216.
Asked in Microprocessors
What is the What is the maximum memory address space that the processor can access directly if it is connected to a 8 bit memory considering a hypothetical microprocessor generating a 8 bit address?
Asked in Colors
How many colors are available with a 16-bit color depth?
For a digital photo, bit depth is the number of colors that can be shown in the image. Because the bits can only indicate one of 2 possible states (0 or 1), the number of colors can only be powers of 2. Some examples of bit depths (and the calculation of the decimal number for those of you who know exponents) for image files are: 2-bit (2^2 = 4 colors), 4-bit (2^4=16 colors), 8-bit (2^8=256 colors), 16-bit (2^16=65,536 colors), and 24-bit (2^24=16,777,216 colors).
Asked in Image and Graphic Editing
How many colors are possible if 8 bits pixel is used?
What is the Difference between 8 bit and 16 bit?
the number of bits describing the architecture of a CPU system define its maximum "word size", or how many bits it can process at one time. In an 8-bit system, a standard integer can hold a value of up to +127, and an unsigned integer can hold a value up to +255. In a 16-bit system, unsigned integers can hold values up to 2^16 - 1, or 65,535. When speaking of 8-bit and 16-bit color, for 8-bit color you can either mean the palette size (256 colors, each of which can be assigned any color) where only 256 unique colors can be used at a time. The other meaning of 8-bit color is a different 256-color system (called 8-bit truecolor) where you define the color by attributing 3 bits to red, 3 to green, and 2 to blue. This system is less effective than the 8-bit palette system. 16-bit color (also called high-color or 16-bit truecolor) allows a total of 65,536 unique colors to be displayed, anywhere on screen at any time, by assigning 5 bits to the red and blue channels, and 6 bits to the green channel (our eyes are more sensitive to green).
Asked in Computer Hardware, Software and Applications (non-game), Computer Terminology, Graphics Cards
How many colors for a 32-bit computer?
The "bittedness" of a computer has no direct correlation to the number of colors a computer can display. This is dependent on many factors, including the graphics card, the monitor, and functionality of the operating system itself. Generally speaking, any computer, depending on the graphics card and monitor, is physically capable of displaying color in the following depths: 1-bit color (2 colors) 2-bit color (4 colors) 4-bit color (16 colors) 8-bit color (256 colors) 16-bit color (65535 colors) 24-bit color (16.7 million colors) Most "32-bit" displays do not display 4.2 billion colors, like you would expect. Instead, they display 24-bit color and use the remaining 8 bits to signal alpha transparency or Z-buffer data. Most 64-bit computers still use 24-bit or 32-bit color. Since the human eye cannot distinguish anywhere close to the 18.4 quintillion colors a 64-bit display would provide, a 64-bit display is unlikely to ever be used.
Asked in Circuits
What is the maximum number of virtual circuits that can be carried over a link of 8 bit field?
How many address lines can be used to address 256 instructions on a 16 bit processor?
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Asked in DIY Projects
How do you find the numbers of colors on the monitor?
I'm no expert, but as I understand it, it depends ... for a computer running a Microsoft Windows product right-click on the background of the Desktop. Select Properties then the Settings tab. The Colors drop-down menu will inform you of your 'potential' colors. 256 is 256; high color 16-bit is 216 or about 65,000 colors; true color 32-bit is 232 or about 4 trillion colors. Some residential printers will vary color levels of their 4 inks in 256 stepped increments and be able to generate 'true color' quality, but this color will not necessarily match the color on the monitor. Good luck.