Definitions for "S-video"
A way of separating video signals into luminance and chrominance for a clearer picture than is produced with standard composite video.
Super-Video, a means for transferring video signals over a cable by dividing the video information into two separate signals: one for color (chrominance), and the other for luminance. This is a higher quality alternative to composite video, which transfers both color and luminance via a single wire.
Representing an improvement in quality over composite video, S-Video separates chrominance and luminance onto two different signal wires, resulting in better picture quality.
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