YUV

A modified form of the component RGB video signal. The black and white (luminance) part of the signal is removed from the red and blue and added to the green. This gives greater detail to the picture, as the human eye perceives detail in green better than red or blue
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YUV

a format of video that uses minimal compression in order to reduce the amount of data created by RGB. Note that some graphics software enables you to produce YUV files, but this is very rarerly needed
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Yuv

Standard for transfering and saving video information. The RGB data of each pixel are converted in a format which is using one signal for the brightness (Y) and two for the colour (U,V). Mostly the UV resolution is lower than the Y-resolution since the human eye is more sensitive to changes of brightness than to changes of colours.
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YUV

YUV is a color space typically used as part of a color image pipeline. It encodes a color image or video taking human perception into account, allowing reduced bandwidth for chrominance components, thereby typically enabling transmission errors or compression artifacts to be more efficiently masked by the human perception than using a `direct` R.....
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