A video cabling standard that splits video information into two separate signals: one for brightness (luminance), and the other for color information (chrominance). In contrast to composite video, S-Video has a sharper picture. Nowadays, DVD players, some VCRs, and many high-end televisions support S-Video. S-Video is also supported by many electronic accessories, such as camcorders, computer video cards with TV functions, and even console games.
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