CmykColorHelper.FromComponents method

Creates CMYK from a 32-bit cyan, magenta, yellow and black values.

public static int FromComponents(int cyan, int magenta, int yellow, int black)
cyanInt32The cyan component. Valid values are 0 through 255.
magentaInt32The magenta component. Valid values are 0 through 255.
yellowInt32The yellow component. Valid values are 0 through 255.
blackInt32The black component. Valid values are 0 through 255.

Return Value

The CMYK color presented as a 32-bit integer value.


The following example shows how to convert CMYK colors to their RGB counterparts in a fast manner following straightforward formulas without using ICC profiles.


int[] cmykColors = new int[]
    Aspose.Imaging.CmykColorHelper.FromComponents(255, 0, 0, 0),   // Cyan
    Aspose.Imaging.CmykColorHelper.FromComponents(0, 255, 0, 0),   // Magenta
    Aspose.Imaging.CmykColorHelper.FromComponents(0, 0, 255, 0),   // Yellow
    Aspose.Imaging.CmykColorHelper.FromComponents(0, 0, 0, 255),   // Black

System.Console.WriteLine("Convert CMYK to RGB without using ICC profiles.");
foreach (int cmykColor in cmykColors)
    Aspose.Imaging.Color rgbColor = Aspose.Imaging.CmykColorHelper.ToArgb(cmykColor);
    int c = Aspose.Imaging.CmykColorHelper.GetC(cmykColor);
    int m = Aspose.Imaging.CmykColorHelper.GetM(cmykColor);
    int y = Aspose.Imaging.CmykColorHelper.GetY(cmykColor);
    int k = Aspose.Imaging.CmykColorHelper.GetK(cmykColor);

    System.Console.WriteLine("CMYK({0},{1},{2},{3})\t\t=> RGB({4},{5},{6})", c, m, y, k, rgbColor.R, rgbColor.G, rgbColor.B);

//The output looks like this:
//Convert CMYK to RGB without using ICC profiles.
//CMYK(255,0,0,0)        => RGB(0,255,255)
//CMYK(0,255,0,0)        => RGB(255,0,255)
//CMYK(0,0,255,0)        => RGB(255,255,0)
//CMYK(0,0,0,255)        => RGB(0,0,0)

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