This is an image file format that is used on PlayStation game consoles. It supports 4-, 8-, 16-, 24-, and 32-bit color. It is used in game software development and supports standard RGBA with transparency levels. GTA is the most well-known game series that uses TIM image files.
This is a color system for displaying image and video files. The luminance component (Y) in UYVY is digitized at each point, whereas the color difference components (U, V) are digitized two times less frequently. It has a 16 bits/pixel structure, and it is used in video rendering and image editors.