vooya

vooPLUS Input Plugin

MOV/MP4 and what is inside.

The vooPLUS input plugin adds support for Quicktime Movies (.mov) and mpeg-4 files (.mp4) to vooya. In order to play files with HEVC content, you need to alter the source code a bit, compile it yourself and obtain an HEVC license.

voo+ License is LGPL.
Find the source code here.
Find the used ffmpeg package here for Windows/Linux builds.
The macOS version of voo+ uses the native Cocoa API.


HDR Chroma Grapher

(formerly YccIccSee Color Plugin, highly scientific)

This plugins appears in the Tools menu and adds a window expecting pixel positions. For any pixel (make sure you have YCbCr >= 10bit input), the corresponding ICtCp, ITP and Yu'v' values are calculated. Ycc is expected to be SDR, HLG or PQ content. With the output, we get a chromaticity data set that can further be explored, as decsribed here.

The calculated values can be exported as CSV, to be subsequently imported elsewhere. Currently only for macOS and Windows.

In this new version, we can also plot the pixels in a T/P or u'/v' plane. Note you need python (system python on macOS, python 3.9 on Windows) in your path. I will support the setup if needed.

Write me if you need that for Linux or so.


Make your own

… with the API