Difference between revisions of "YCbCr 4:1:1"

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YUV 4:1:1 refers to a packed [[YUV]] format in which 4 pixels in a group of 4 consecutive pixels in a row is represented by one Y sample for each pixel but all 4 pixels share a single U sample and a single V sample.
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YCbCr 4:1:1 refers to a packed [[YCbCr]] format in which 4 pixels in a group of 4 consecutive pixels in a row is represented by one Y sample for each pixel but all 4 pixels share a single Cb sample and a single Cr sample.
  
[[Category:YUV Formats]]
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(Note that YCbCr is often falsely mixed up with analog PAL's YUV.)
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[[Category:YCbCr Formats]]
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[[Category:Pixel Formats]]

Latest revision as of 20:20, 1 June 2007

YCbCr 4:1:1 refers to a packed YCbCr format in which 4 pixels in a group of 4 consecutive pixels in a row is represented by one Y sample for each pixel but all 4 pixels share a single Cb sample and a single Cr sample.

(Note that YCbCr is often falsely mixed up with analog PAL's YUV.)