Vooya: raw YUV/RGB Video Player
The original one! (hahaha)
Vooya is a player for raw (uncompressed and containerless) YUV and RGB video data, most commonly used in scientific environments, and has a variety of features which makes working with raw data easier:
- Detects format and color space by file name (currently YUV and RGB are supported), 4:0:0, 4:2:0, 4:2:2, 4:4:4, planar, interleaved and arbitrary bit depths up to 16bit fixed point, and also exotic formats like v210, NV12 etc.
- Remembers file formats
- Guesses format from file name
- Drop / copy single frames (png, bmp, jpg)
- Drawing annotations
- Magnifier, pixel-exact view
- Advanced Deinterlacing
- Single color channel view
- Difference mode, PSNR and MSE measurements
- Displays HEVC Coding Unit indices and partition index
- Grid overlay for identifying H.264 Macroblocks
- Control brightness, contrast and gamma
- Two players can be synchronized
- Can read Kakadu '.vix' files
- Can read YUVPlayer Deluxe header files
- Tools to reverse yuv files, extract single frames or sub-sequences
- Mac OSX, Linux and Windows
- Completely free
- see the changelog for details
Look at the usage guide in order to get help.
Download the current version (0.7 Beta) below!
[and send me some money if you like it.]
[REALLY! This software isn’t supported by banner ads. It’s supported by users like you. If you find this player valuable, consider giving something.]
last edited on December 7, 2013
- vooya_0.7.0.dmg (OS X 10.8+) (10.6 MiB)
- vooya_0.7.0.exe (Windows) (6.3 MiB)
- vooya-0.7-amd64.deb (Ubuntu 12.04+ 64bit) (955.4 KiB)
- vooya-0.7-i386.deb (Ubuntu 12.04+ 32bit) (959.0 KiB)
- vooya_debian-0.7-amd64.deb (Debian Squeeze 64bit / QT 4.6) (957.6 KiB)
- vooya_debian-0.7-i386.deb (Debian Squeeze 32bit / QT 4.8) (954.6 KiB)
vooya requires QT 4.8 runtimes on Ubuntu. Please make sure you have an up-to-date version (libqt4-gui and libqt4-core) installed. On Mac and Windows, runtimes binaries are bundled in the installer.
- Shared library dependencies on linux are not well determined
- Encountered something? Tell me please!