Discussion in "Electronics" started by    Ûž TPS Ûž    Nov 3, 2007.
Sat Nov 03 2007, 09:11 pm

Pin Name Description
1 GND Ground (Y)
2 GND Ground (C)
3 Y Intensity (Luminance)
4 C Color (Chrominance)

Pin Name Description
13 R GND RGB Red Ground
15 R RGB Red In / Chrominance
17 VGND Composite Video Ground
20 VIN Composite Video In / Luminance
Pin 1 on the S-Video connector -> Pin 17 on the SCART connector.
Pin 2 on the S-Video connector -> Pin 13 on the SCART connector.
Pin 3 on the S-Video connector -> Pin 20 on the SCART connector.
Pin 4 on the S-Video connector -> Pin 15 on the SCART connector.
Sat Nov 03 2007, 09:53 pm
can you put diagrams or some images? what is s-video and scart? :-s
Sun Nov 04 2007, 05:37 am
s-video is Short for Super-Video, a technology for transmitting video signals over a cable by dividing the video information into two separate signals: one for color (chrominance), and the other for brightness (luminance). When sent to a television, this produces sharper images than composite video , where the video information is transmitted as a single signal over one wire. This is because televisions are designed to display separate Luminance (Y) and Chrominance (C) signals. (The terms Y/C video and S-Video are the same.)

Computer monitors, on the other hand, are designed for RGB signals. Most digital video devices, such as digital cameras and game machines, produce video in RGB format. The images look best, therefore, when output on a computer monitor. When output on a television, however, they look better in S-Video format than in composite format.

To use S-Video, the device sending the signals must support S-Video output and the device receiving the signals must have an S-Video input jack. Then you need a special S-Video cable to connect the two devices.

now most vcd/dvd players have s-video pin

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Sun Nov 04 2007, 05:42 am
A SCART connector is a physical and electrical interconnection between two pieces of audio-visual equipment, such as a television set and a video cassette recorder (VCR). Each devicehas a female 21-pin connector interface. A cable with a male plug at each end is used to connect the devices. (The 21st pin is actually not a pin but a ground shield contact.) Stereo audio, composite video, and control signals are provided in both directions. RGB video signals are input only. The interface is an industry standard originated by the French company, Peritel. Today, most new television sets and VCRs in the European market and other countries that use the PAL video standard come equipped with a SCART connector. SCART stands for Syndicat francais des Constructeurs d'Appareils Radio et Television. The connector is also known as a Euro-connector.

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