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       yuvplay - Display YUV4MPEG2 streams (using SDL)


       yuvplay [options]


       yuvplay  produces  on-screen  playback  of  a YUV4MPEG2 stream which is provided to stdin,
       typically through piping from the stdout  of  lavpipe(1),  lav2yuv(1),  mpeg2dec(1)  or  a
       similar  program.   It should be noted that for pure playback lavplay should be a superior
       option.  yuvplay is intended primarily as a debugging or diagnostic utility  when  setting
       up video processing pipelines.


       yuvplay accepts the following options:

       -s WxH  The  size  of  the  SDL  window.   By default, it uses the size of the input video
               stream scaled to yield 1:1 pixels (using the sample aspect ratio  encoded  in  the
               stream  header).   However, you can specify any size you want.  WxH is the width x
               height of the scaled window.

       -ttitle Set the window title.

       -f num  Override the framerate specified in the input stream header.

       -c      By default, yuvplay will try to play at the framerate of the  input  movie.   With
               this option, yuvplay will just play all the frames as fast as it can.

       -v [0,1,2]
               Set  the  verbosity of user feedback.  Default is "1":  errors, warnings, and info


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       mjpegtools(1), lavpipe(1), lav2yuv(1) lavplay(1)