What type of video port provides video only signal?
A VGA or DVI port provides video only display.
A video input is a port that receives a video signal from a device. You can use the port to receive a signal from a cable box, DVD Player, or a streaming device. Read More
Which type of monitor? Which type of monitor? Read More
A VGA port is an output port for video signal. Serial ports are input output ports. They're COMPLETELY different. Read More
This cannot be done. The LPT port is a digital parallel printer port used mostly to interface with printers. The LPT port has a very low data transfer speed and is considered by many to be obsolete. The S-video is an analog port and sends a signal similar to a composite video signal. The two are apples & oranges, and there is no known hardware which can make that conversion. Nor will there likely ever… Read More
A VGA port is a video connector that supports older monitors and graphic output devices. It differs from a DVI connector in that it is not a digital signal. Your typical VGA port is blue in color on your video card and the cable connector are also the same shade of blue. Read More
you can not do it without an additional set of chips for changing the characteristics of the signal Read More
Accelerated Graphics Port, used for Graphics/Video Cards. It provides a dedicated route, or bus, for it to pass information through. Read More
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A display port and a wii display port look alike so Will a Wii av cord work on a PC display port to hook to a tv?
No. First of all, the connector is only superficially similar to other types of audio/video connectors, such as HDMI. Secondly, Wii cables are designed to output analog signals, such as composite, component, or S-Video. HDMI is a digital signal, so even if the connector was the same, there would be no way the cable could transfer usable information from an HDMI port to a television on one of those interfaces. Read More
You can't. It doesn't have an HDMI port. The only video output is a VGA port. Read More
A hub resends the signal it receives out through all ports, except the port where it received it. Read More
Is it true that HDMI cables provide the best quality HD picture because the audio and video connections is in the same cable?
There is no truth in the statement. HDMI is an interface that carries digital audio and video signals. The image quality is dependent entirely on the quality and resolution of the signal that is delivered to the HDMI port by the video source. The HDMI connectors and cable carry that signal to the receiver but the cable does not change it in any way at all. DVI is compatible with HDMI other than the fact… Read More
S-video is better than the composite video when output to a television Read More
AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port) is a computer bus designed for video cards. It is faster than PCI, but has been supplanted by PCI-E. AGP, or Advanced Graphics Port allows the use of a high speed graphics card which can considerably improve performance of the computer video. The AGP slot only provides the possibility of improved graphics, next you need to get a high quality AGP CARD. Read More
Composite video out has better performance than S-Video. Read More
A port replicator provides a means to connect a notebook to a power outlet and provides additional ports. A docking station provides the same function as a port replicator, but also adds secondary storage. Read More
That is the monitor telling you which of its video input ports it is seeing valid signal on and has selected to display (if more than one port has a valid signal). Read More
How can I hook up my camcorder to laptop The camcorder doesn't have a firewire or USB Port It only has a audio and video out ports?
If you are sure there is no other connection (they are often concealed under a flap) then the audio and video out are probably providing an analogue signal for play back on a TV. You will need a video capture digitiser (See links below for example but there are many available) that converts the signals into a digital form and passes these to the computer. Read More
This means that the monitor is not detecting any video signal coming from the computer. This can be caused by a number of things such as a loose cable, bad video port on either the monitor or the computer motherboard (or discrete video card), bad video cable, the computer is turned off, the video port you are trying to use is disabled or otherwise not functional, etc. If you happen to be using a Keyboard/Video/Mouse… Read More
An S-Video Port. Read More
Within the video industry, an AV port is any connection that carries audio and video signals, either into or out of video equipment. Such ports take a number of forms depending on the signal format being carried such as: Composite video and audio on three RCA or phono connectors Scart connectors, found on European equipment for composite or RGB signals Component and audio on 5 RCA connectors BNC connectors carrying SDI (studio based rather than… Read More
How do you send a signal through the VGA port on a laptop to the RCA yellow on a TV using the right cables when the laptop won't send out a signal lower than 800x600 are there downloadable programs?
To send a video signal from a computer to a television requires one of the following: A computer with a composite video card installed. (A laptop will not have one.) An S-video output jack. (This accepts a round, multipin plug; many laptops have this.) A converter box for converting the SVGA signal to something else that a television can handle, such as composite video, S-video, or component video. (Such boxes are available at Radio Shack… Read More
It is exactly different because one is bus and one is port. Video port is used to connect to monitor or LCD, but video bus refers to the bus on video card that works to transfer data. The same as motherboard, It has bus on itself to transfer data among connected devices. Read More
Composite video would be worse then S-Video. S-video separates out the Chroma and Luma signals which means there is less cross-talk between them producing a cleaner analog picture. Read More
A port replicator provides a means to connect a notebook to a power outlet and provides additional ports. A docking station provides the same function as a port replicator, but also adds secondary storage. 6th Edition, Page 1079 Read More
Sony/Philips Digital Interface. Provides digital output and the best signal quality. Connects to an external home theater audio system. Read More
You need a capture device, which is a small circuit board with a USB port. It requires you to open your DSi, put a hole in the case for the USB port, and connect it up to bridge between the LCD cable and the usual receptacle so the board can intercept the video signal. Read More
A hub will repeat an incoming signal through all its ports, except the port where the signal came in. Read More
The DV port on a video camera is a high speed digital interface, that competes with the USB standard. Depending on the brand, the DV port can also be known as a Firewire, i.LINK, or IEEE 1394 port. The DV port found on most video cameras are tiny, and almost completely rectangular with a inward notch. Read More
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Yes. But only through the Optical port or the HDMI port. If you're having trouble with getting it through to your receiver check the settings and make sure your PS3 is sending the DTS signal. Read More
S-Video is an analog port, not digital, so "serial" and "parallel" terms do not apply to it. Read More
On most integrated motherboards since 2006, the color varies from either yellow or orange. Use orange instead of yellow. This is because yellow is common for composite video signal. Read More
a hub is a multi-port repeater, which means any signal from any connections is repeated to all other port on the hub. thus leads to more collisions are a result while a switch is a multi-port bridge, and containspacket switching so that the massage is only switch out the port of the destination device not across all port. thus the collision are very small. Read More
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Will a HDMI to av video converter work the opposite way round and convert the av video signal to HDMI so you can connect your ps2 to a HDMI port in your tv?
No it won't. The converters are complex devices that process a signal to convert from one form to another. Each device has a designated input and output and they will not operate in any other way. Read More
In the video in port of the TV Read More
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You will need a firewire cable (not included with camera) to plug into your computer. Your computer will also need a firewire port, or else you need to buy a USB to firewire cable. There's too many variables to know how to answer this question, but basically the steps look like this: 1. Figure out what ports the camera has to get video out 2. Figure out what ports you computer has to get video… Read More
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A COM port can not be converted to a USB port just by using software. The signal types, levels, protocol, connector type all are different. Read More
The dual port RAM technology is used in the video RAM (VRAM). This allows a CPU to draw out image from the video memory at the same time the video hardware is reading it out to a screen Read More
It should be a VGA port to allow a video connection to a computer/laptop or other device that can use a 15pin video out. Read More
A videocard provides a port for monitor because it store some graphics in it Read More
A video port has 15 pins (3 rows of 5 each) A video port, also known as a Serial Port, has 3 rows of 5 pins which is 15 pins. Read More