Raw Video Player
Raw Video Player (Display) is a player for videos/images in raw format. This tool is designed for viewing the experimental results in the video/image processing. If having any question, you are welcome to contact with me.
You are welcome to modify my program to make it more powerful. I also hope you can share your execution file or source code to more people :). Please send me your modification. It's my pleasure to provide various versions of 'Raw Video Display' on this webpage. The source code is available here (project created on Borland C++ Builder 2010 with C language).
- The frame round shows the file name which is currently opened.
- Open a file by dropping it on the program. Display supports various video/image formats: *.jpg, *.bmp, *.raw, *.yuv, *.rgb, and *.y. Note that a raw image with RGB444P format would be generated when opening a jpg or bmp image file.
- Display supports four RAW formats. The button to select the format of file 1.
- The button to open file 1.
- The button to capture the frame and save it as [File Name].jpg and [File Name].bmp.
- The button to open file 2.
- Four RAW formats of file 2 can be chosen.
- Play the file in a “Loop”, “Fit” the display region to the window size, and maintain the “Ratio” of display region to the file’s dimension.
- “Width”, “Height”, and frame-per-second(“FPS”) of the file. Note that Display would record these information when opening a file in the first time, and these information would be automatically filled when opening it in the next time.
- Double-click on the region to show the zoom-in effect.
- Show the information of pixel-value on the mouse’s location.
- Enable “V2” to display the file 2, enable “V1-V2” to display file 1 and file 2 in the same time, and enable “Difference(Y)” to display the difference(luminance) of file 1 and file 2. In addition, the drawing bar is designed to amplify the difference.
Shots of Display
Display two videos with RGB444P and Y format, respectively.
Display the difference of two videos.
Settings to automatically launch “Display”