vooya: raw YUV/RGB Video Player
Version 1.2.1 is out, yay!
vooya serves as YUV player, RGB player and as generic raw data player – video
data that is uncompressed and containerless, most commonly used in scientific environments.
Besides, vooya can be used as y4m (YUV4MPEG) and dpx viewer. vooya is available for
Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, and has a variety of features which makes working with raw data easier
( Screenshots below):
YUV, XYZ, YIQ, RGB, 4:0:0, 4:2:0, 4:2:2, 4:4:4, planar, interleaved, v210, NV12, RGB565, RGB555 etc.
Floating point raw data
image sequences, y4m (YUV4MPEG), dpx/cineon, Kakadu '.vix' files, YUVPlayer Deluxe header files
Arbitrary bit depths
File format cache and format detection
HDR Evaluation Mode – lets you see HDR content on regular 8bit displays
Macroblocks overlay (for AVC/HEVC/etc.)
HEVC Coding Unit indices and partition index
Drop / copy single frames (png, bmp, jpg)
Magnifier, pixel-exact view
PSNR, SSIM, MSE
Brightness, Contrast, Gamma Control
Reverse yuv files, extract single frames or sub-sequences
stdin (Piped Input), fully scriptable
Mac OSX, Linux and Windows
Free for the time being
changelog for details
vooya is intended to be a full-feature toolkit for the happy video
researcher. In case of questions or for bug reports, feel free to use the contact form.
Look at the usage guide in order to get help.
Download the current version »
[and send me some money if you like it.]
site last edited on August 10th, 2014