are the same.) Computer monitors, on the other hand, are designed for RGB signals.
Funny how your worst enemy can do wonderful things for your country's military [email protected] It is a standardized thing in the S-Video?To me, it doesn't sound unimaginable to produce video output in any resolution (which resolution would be set by me, in the display properties).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.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.
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The S-Video port is for connection to a television to display video (e.g.
a movie from the DVD drive) at standard definition (i.e. Standard definition NTSC video is fixed at 480 (interlaced) horizontal lines.
So, it is unimaginable to have an S-Video output in a resolution which differs from 720x480?