## Absolute colorimetric

“Absolute colorimetric” (also known as colorimetric) is one of four rendering intents in gamut mapping.

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“Relative Colorimetric” is one of four rendering intents in gamut mapping.

In gamut mapping, the rendering intent (rendering priority) is the strategy by which colours are converted from one colour space to another.

There are four types of rendering intents, defined by ICC: Perceprtual, Saturation, Absolute Colorimetric and Relative Colorimetric.