Find color code values with Able Opus Color Extractor [Windows]

Colors are something that the world underappreciates. You go about your day every day looking at a billion different things with a trillion different colors, but seldom stop to consciously think about how the various colors interact. If you’re looking to choose a color scheme for your next project and have found an image or site with a color scheme you really like, Able Opus Color Extractor can tell you exactly what RGB values are being used.

Able Opus Color Extractor is actually pretty simple. You first must load an image–be it an image you’ve downloaded to your computer, a color spectrum, or a screenshot. After loading the image, you’ll be able to hover your cursor over any pixel of it to find the color code for it. Able Opus shows the RGB, Hex, and HSB codes for anything you throw at it.

The screenshot tool is arguably the most useful. It lets you quickly find out the color scheme of any website or online image without the need for downloading anything or taking a screenshot. If you’re looking to find out a color code for any pixel on your computer, Able Opus Color Extractor is a great tool for the job.

Price: Free!

Version discovered: v1.0.5

Supported OS: Windows

Download size: 819KB

VirusTotal malware scan results: 0/42

Portability: No installation required!

Able Opus Color Extractor homepage

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  • Eric

    Pipette also works in real time. That is, the RGB values change in real time as you drag the mouse around the screen. It also saves your last 9 results so you can quickly compare the colors you have selected.
    Glad I could be of help.

  • Ashraf

    @Horrabin: I agree.
    @Eric: Thanks!

  • Horrabin

    This guy has a number of useful programs. Thanks for the heads-up!

  • Eric

    I recently found Pipette which is portable and does not require loading images or taking screenshots. All you have to do is click on the button pipette, hold down the mouse button and drag it to the color you want and release. It will give you every possible bit of information about the color you chose. It also shows the color in a box that can be expanded to fill most of the screen and has several sliders to adjust the color if needed. It is a nearly perfect color picking program in my opinion.

    You can find it here.

    He has several other useful programs that are worth checking out. I believe one of his other programs has been featured on Dottech before.