Composite Video

Definition(s)

  • A video stream that combines red, green, blue and synchronization signals into one so it only requires one connector. Composite video is used by most televisions and VCR’s. Separate luminosity and color signals that provide the highest possible signal quality. Distinct from video standards such as NTSC or PAL.  1

Notes

  1. Formerly American Document Management, Glossary of Terms, now 5i Solutions Glossary.