1. Compunent Video ::
It is also know as RCA video. This video has been split into two or more component channels. This is provide a high quality of picture Composite video are contains both the chrominance and luminance information, along with synchronization and blanking pulses.
2. S-Video :
It is also known as separated video. This is provide a quick and easy way to connect audio-visual components. These S- video signals are typically produced by some DVD players and computer monitors.
Difference between Compunent Video and S-Video :
|1.||Compunent video was first used in 1950.||S-Video was introduced in 1987.|
|2.||Compunent video more complete color resolution palette than both RCA and S-video.||It is a lower color resolution than component but better than RCA.|
|3.||Best quality for standard definition DVDs like 1080p, 1080i and 720p as well as transmitting HD video signals.||In the S-VIDEO, the standard definition of 480i or 576i but cannot transmit analog HD signals at all.|
|4.||Clear color bleed or reflections from nearby light sources comparable to HDMI.||Some color bleed seen versus virtually no color bleed from composite.|
|5.||Crisper images with clearer edges for videogame 3D polygonal models on game consoles.||Decent clarity of images and movement for videogame 3D polygonal models on game consoles.|
|6.||Makes use of three composite video cables (colored green, blue, and red) instead so you need to make sure the ends match up the labels.||S-video pins can be bent accidentally, making it a hassle to replace.|
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