YUV Separate:

From the main menu, choose “YUVConverter”, then select “Color Separate”, or click on   from the toolbar, a dialog will pop up.

In this function, you are going to split the 3 color components of the input file and save them into 3 separate files. You can split any YUV or RGB files. Based on the input file type, the program will automatically fill in the file names for the 3 separated files. You can of course rename to other names as you like.

The 3 separated color component files will be in mono color format, and their resolution may not necessarily the same. For example, if input file is YUV 420 file in 352×288, the 3 separated files will have the resolution:

Y component file: 352×288
U component file: 176×144
V component file: 176×144

After the separate process is finished, a dialog will pop up to display the format information of the 3 component files.