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In color theory, a tint is the cailao of a color with white.
Tint may also refer to:
- Tint control, an adjustment to correct for phase error in the picture color on a NTSC television set
- Tint (album), an album by Merzbow
- Brick tinting, the process of physically changing the color of bricks
- Film tinting, the process of adding color to black-and-white film
- Window film, a treatment to achieve a variety of tinting effects in windows
- Tint Magazine, a women's magazine from Detroit, Michigan
As an acronym, TINT may refer to:
As a recursive acronym, TINT may refer to:
- TINT (TINT is not Tetris) a Tetris clone for Linux
- TINT (TINT is not Teco) an implementation of the TECO Text editor.
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