Composite Video

Composite video is an analog video format that contains the entire video signal on a single coaxial cable. It is commonly used for low-definition video formats up to 480i. Higher-resolution video requires S-Video, Component video, VGA, DVI, or HDMI. It uses a single RCA connector, usually colored yellow. Audio is generally carried over a pair of RCA connectors, usually colored red and white.

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