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S-Video Cable (S-video to VCR for tv out)

Discussion in 'Games' started by neild79, Aug 9, 2006.

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  1. neild79

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    can someone tell me what this does??S-Video Cable (S-video to VCR for tv out) thanks
     
  2. Couriant

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    S-Video is a better quality for video. I'm not too sure where you see TV Out, prehaps on the VCR. It probably means its Video out to the TV.
     
  3. phyjk1

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    little more info please put your question into context.

    An svideo cable is a cable for carrying a video signal - it is usually transmitted as two signals over 4 pins one pair for chrominance the other for luminance.

    This provides a better signal transmission than composite where both signals are combined, it is less prone to interference.

    It is often seen on graphics cards as a TV out so you can view the output on a TV, but dont as the resolution of a tv is rubbish. Also seen on video capture cards and some tv tuner cards.

    In these instances and on many consumer devices, tvs, vcrs, etc, svideo is implemented on a 4 pin mini-din plug, it is also available using a scart lead.
     
  4. colmaca

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    Hi neild79,
    S-Video Cable goes from your new 9800xt to your TV if you want it too, all you need is the cable.
    hope you sorted all your other problems:eek:
     
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