Colors that lie outside the limits, or gamut, of a particular defined color space. These can be generated when transferring images from one color space to another, as they all have different boundaries, or as the result of color processing. For example, removing the luminance from a high intensity blue or adding luminance to a strong yellow in a paint system may well send a subsequent video signal too high or low, producing at least inferior results and maybe causing technical problems. Out-of-gamut detectors can be used to warn of possible problems and correction is also available. Some broadcasters reject material with illegal colors.