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[http://developer.apple.com/quicktime/icefloe/dispatch019.html#v210 v210 QuickTime Description]
* FourCC: v210
* Description: [http://developer.apple.com/quicktime/icefloe/dispatch019.html#v210 v210 QuickTime Description]
* Samples: http://samples.mplayerhq.hu/V-codecs/v210/


The v210 format is a packed YUV 4:2:2 (UYVY) format with 10 bits per component.
The v210 format is a packed [[YUV 4:2:2]] ([[UYVY]]) format with 10 bits per component.


Data is stored in blocks of 32 bit values in little-endian.
Data is stored in blocks of 32 bit values in little-endian.
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FFmpeg does not support this format since there is no support for any 10-bit per component pixel formats.
FFmpeg does not support this format since there is no support for any 10-bit per component pixel formats.
Patches that simply discard the two least significant bits are referenced [http://wiki.multimedia.cx/index.php?title=Interesting_Patches#v210_decoder_patches here]
Patches that simply discard the two least significant bits are referenced [http://wiki.multimedia.cx/index.php?title=Interesting_Patches#v210_decoder_patches here]
[[Category:Video Codecs]]
[[Category:Video FourCCs]]

Revision as of 15:02, 15 May 2009

The v210 format is a packed YUV 4:2:2 (UYVY) format with 10 bits per component.

Data is stored in blocks of 32 bit values in little-endian.

Each such block contains 3 components, one each in bits 0 - 9, 10 - 20 and 20 - 30, the remaining two bits are unused.

Since UYVY consists of 4 components that represent two pixels, which of those bits correspond to which component makes a pattern that repeats every 4 32-bit blocks:

 block 1, bits  0 -  9: U0+1
 block 1, bits 10 - 20: Y0
 block 1, bits 20 - 30: V0+1
 block 2, bits  0 -  9: Y1
 block 2, bits 10 - 20: U2+3
 block 2, bits 20 - 30: Y2
 block 3, bits  0 -  9: V2+3
 block 3, bits 10 - 20: Y3
 block 3, bits 20 - 30: U4+5
 block 4, bits  0 -  9: Y4
 block 4, bits 10 - 20: V4+5
 block 4, bits 20 - 30: Y5

In addition the start of each line is aligned to a multiple of 128 bytes, where unused blocks are padded with 0.

Unused parts of a partial (i.e. last) block do not seem to contain any specific value.

FFmpeg does not support this format since there is no support for any 10-bit per component pixel formats. Patches that simply discard the two least significant bits are referenced here