RGB to Pantone converter is a free browser-based online color converter that quickly converts the RGB color value to Pantone color value with the best possible outcomes.
RGB stands for Red, Green, and Blue. These are the colors of light. Several other colors are formed by mixing these colors at different intensities (0 to 255).
RGB color model is an additive color model, which means the more value you add, the more you get closer to white. When R= 255, G = 255, and B = 255, then it generated white color, and on other extremes, where R= 0, G = 0, and B = 0. It generated black. The RGB color model displays an object on digital cameras, monitors, and television screens.
Pantone Matching System (PMS) is considered a standard in the color industry. Before that system, each printing company has its own set of colors. Therefore, removing the ambiguity and bringing consistency and accuracy is a color world; in 1963, that system was introduced. Companies highly adopt that system in printing for color accuracy. Currently, there are more than 2000 colors in PMS. In PMS, each shade contains three or four digits numbers followed by C (coated), U (uncoated), and M (matte). These variations help in deciding how the color is displayed on these papers.
RGB color model is used when you need to display an object on digital cameras, monitors, and television screens. On the other hand, PMS is highly adopted in the printing industry for complete accuracy.
In simple words, RGB to Pantone conversion is essential for converting a digital image to a printing form.
To convert the RGB to Pantone, perform the following steps.
Note: To get the desired results, use a different distance value. The smallest distance helps you get the Pantone color closest to the selected RGB color value. Suppose you are not getting the desired color. You may increase the distance value to get more color options.