Difference between composite and s-video information


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Username: Culter

Post Number: 1
Registered: May-06
hi, i need to connect computer to modulator to broadcast a local television. I have s-video out on my graphic card, but it doesnt work. The screen is scrolling and isnt fine. Can I solve it with graphic card with composite tv-out? (not reduction) Is there a different kind of information in composice or its the same and I get same result as with s-video to composite reduction? Thank you.

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Username: Appzalien

Cleveland, Ohio US of A

Post Number: 7
Registered: May-06
Telelivisons do not like resolutions other than 640x480, a pc monitor can change resolutions a tv can't.

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Username: Aculous

Post Number: 21
Registered: Jun-06
yes. svideo is analog whereas composite video is not. Get an Nvidia card they are the best for this type of application. The big difference is the fact that a composite video cable can carry a digital signal. which means you can get a higher resolution out of it and it will be a cleaner display.
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