Definitions for "Composite video"
Keywords:  chrominance, sync, secam, ntsc, rca
A combination of the luminance and chrominance portions of a video signal. It is sent from a DVD player's RCA-type output to the corresponding composite video input on a TV set via an RCA-type cable.
A color video signal that contains all of the color information in one signal. Typical composite television standard signals are NTSC, PAL, and SECAM. The complete visual waveform of the color video signal, comprising chromatic and luminance picture information; blanking pedestal; field, line and color synchronization pulses; and field equalizing pulses.
Complete video signal including synchronizing, luminance and color information, with teletex where transmitted. Does not include audio or data subcarriers.
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