What Is Color Depth(8 bit,16 bit and 32 bit)


Every color pixel in a digital image is created through some combination of the three primary colors: red, green, and blue. Each primary color is often referred to as a “color channel” and can have any range of intensity values specified by its bit depth. The bit depth for each primary color is termed the “bits per channel.” The “bits per pixel” (bpp) refers to the sum of the bits in all three color channels and represents the total colors available at each pixel

In this video i tried to explain the color depth fundamentals of any image.i used some basic examples for explaining all type of bit depth
(8 bit , 16 bit, 32 bit )

Hopefully this tutorial helps you to understand the color depth(8,16,32 bit)
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