A colour encoding scheme developed by Kodak for its Imagepac file format.
The color model used on a Kodak Photo CDs. YCC is a variation of the international standard for defining all the colors the human eye can see. It contains many more colors than the RGB model used by monitors, or the CMYK model used by printers.
The color model used by Kodak in its Photo CD process. This involves the translation of data that was originally in RGB form into another system using what scientists call "luminance" but the rest of us call brightness (the Y component) and two parts (the CC) of color and hue.