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Y/C

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    A form of component video that separates the signal into luminance (Y) and chrominance (C). Each is carried on its own set of conductors. Synonymous with S-Video.

    Y/C video is typically carried one of three ways;
    1. mini DIN type cables (most commonly referred to as S-Video cables)
    2. multi-pin circular bayonet-locking "dub" cables common to professional VTR's.
    3. A pair of coaxial cables terminated with BNC connectors, sometimes with a common jacket (snake).
     

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