YCrCb

A coding system for digital component video in which the luminance, or brightness (Y) information, is digitized at a rate of 13.5 MHz while the color difference between two color signals (Cr and Cb) are digitized at 6.77 MHz. This is a means of encoding color difference information used in, for example, the CCIR 601 standard.

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