Document Camera Technology Features--Composite Video Document Camera Signal

Video signal from a document camera may be transmitted in composite video, usually when the display device being used to show the document camera's images is an analog device. Composite video signal is a video signal where the information for luminance (brightness) and the information for chrominance (color), as well as synchronization information for the document camera's images are transmitted as a single signal. The composite video connectors are normally yellow, and are frequently paired with red and white audio connectors. Composite video is usually in standard format, for example NTSC, PAL and SEECAM.