Definitions for "Luma "
Refers to the brightness information within a video signal, and is the same as " Luminence". (see also CHROMA or CHROMINANCE, COMPOSITE VIDEO and Y/C.
The brightness component of a color video image (also called the grayscale, monochrome, or black-and-white component). Nonlinear luminance. The standard luma signal is computed from nonlinear RGB as Y' = 0.299 R' + 0.587 G' + 0.114 B'.
Signal carrying the information about the brightness of TV picture. Usually produced by combination of the primary color signals R, G and B, e. g. for NTSC, PAL and SECAM systems: Y = 0. 299*R + 0. 587*G +0. 114*B.
Keywords:  pyqt, plugins, python, ldap, norwegian
Luma is a graphical utility for accessing and managing data stored on LDAP servers. It is written in Python using PyQt and python-ldap. It features support for plugins and supports English, German, Portuguese, and Norwegian.
Luma - a graphical tool for accessing and managing LDAP server. It is written in Python, using PyQt and python-ldap. Plugin-support is included and useful widgets with LDAP-functionality for easy creation of plugins are delivered.
Luma is a genus of two species of plants in the myrtle family Myrtaceae, native to the Valdivian temperate rain forests of southwestern South America. They are shrubs or small trees with evergreen foliage and smooth red or orange bark, typically reaching 10-20 m tall and up to 1 m trunk diameter. The leaves are opposite, oval, 1-5 cm long and 0.5-3 cm broad, entire, glossy dark green, with a spicy scent if crushed.
Keywords:  frame, display, elements, light, two
Light. One of two display elements of a frame.