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S-Video Fully Explained - RETRO GAMING ARTS

Let's compaire some S-Video modded consoles in S-Video VS Regular composite

And lets talk about S-Video in its entirety!



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RETRO GAMING ARTS : Do you use S-Video? if not, what do you use?
# teameHP channel : it turned my ps2 into a gamecube
Micah Miller : Thank you for actually taking the time to explain all of this. I am pretty new to the concept of improving vintage gaming experiences and I was having a hell of a time finding good info on this subject!
It Wasn't Me : I used to have s-video on all my consoles back in the day. It was very impressive.

As I moved to digital, I ended up with the exact same setup you describe here. The switch + the s-video to HDMI box. Honestly, I had no choice as my TV's did not have composite (they had component, but getting a switch for those is nigh impossible)

Thing is, I'm not very happy with the results. Its all well and good when everything is static, but get these artifacts when the anything moves. Its like the even and odd scan lines are slightly out of sync (probably because of the interlaced signal). I find that very annoying.

I'm now getting a new OLED TV and it does have a composite in. I'm going to try and see if the loss of clarity is preferable to these motion artifacts to my eyes and will report back
MM R : Back in the early 2000s or mid 2000s, I remember having this s video to rgb cable . Not sure what I had in the computer at the time but Id plug the svideo into the back of my tower (into the gpu i assume?) and then plugged my ps2 into the rgb. Then I had some sort of "tv program" on my computer that let me play my ps2 inside of windows. For the life of me I cant remember the name of that program but lately ive been thinking hmm, I wonder if that would be a viable alternative to getting a capture card to stream console games.

Convert s video cable to RCA cable by splicing. tv to computer or DVD player

Make S video cable adapt to a rca cable so that you can use it. To hook a TV to a computer or vcr dvd player ect. Simply splicing the cables together can get you there.
All you need is a rca cable component and a s-video cable and scissors and tape.
Pedro Lucas : Great tip. I wonder if it can be reversed ? Meaning, RCA-->S-Video .
As I see a capacitor in your diagram , I would say no :(
I've got an old Video Cam that has RCA output and I need to convert it to S-video to use as input to my Canopus ADVC50 board. I used a converter cable I had here but it didn't work, so I guess the reason might be it's unidirectional.
Kevin Smith : I know that man didn’t just call a multi-meter “this machine.” “shoots electricity through it until it finds the wire it needs”
LMFAO
For anyone who wants to know how to say it with some merit,

He is using the Multimeter to test for continuity. A continuous connection will be made whenever both leads of the meter touch the same wire at opposite ends.
Mad Cow : hah, i think the cap would help, but it's just the nature of electronics, they almost always still work if you leave out some passive components, but i think if you try it with a cap your video will have less color/blurring problems
JaCoB : it worked thankyou
KuLdi Lakh : I thought S-Video stands for Separate Video, meaning Luma and Chroma (CoLour and Brightness) surely it compliments each other. Chucking it into a RCA socket would surely need abit more than just a Capacitor. Or is that all.???

Making a Commodore C64 S-Video Cable

I made an S-Video cable for my Commodore 64 to have better quality video output. This improves the picture quality significantly.

I basically followed ilesj's great tutorial:
https://ilesj.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/c64-s-video-cable-the-easy-way-and-with-no-scart/

Here's the correct type of DIN connector plus lots of other interesting things:
https://ilesj.wordpress.com/2012/03/30/c64-av-cable-theory-and-practice/

The DIN connector you need is an 8-pin DIN 41524 262°. (Search for this number online to find the right one. Thanks to @casian64 on Twitter!)

You can download the test pattern generator I used here (from my personal Box account, so no viruses or malware there):
https://app.box.com/s/1mqj7s3sb5d3lo8wkgz4308zndxswz75

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Eddy_D : I remember doing this as a youn 'un back in the late 80's. I did not have access to the connector though so I put copper wires into the connector on the C64, added a paper tube around it and then "poured" a connector using hot-glue. Worked surprisingly well. So it was a bit of a ghetto solution.
So there's a tip for new players, if you don't have what you need, learn to improvise.
Cheers,
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Roman Himmes : Just created a cable with the help of this video. Works like a charm.

Can't stress enough: Get a good DIN adapter!
Mario Rol : Years ago I built an X1541 cable as my first real soldering project. Watching your video I can almost relive the trouble (and occasional swearing) I went through with all those wires and pins so close together. The cable turned out fine though!
Fratm : Jan, Just wanted to say to you, your videos are great. Anytime I need to work on my C64 I know to search your videos first. Great resource. Thank you for doing these videos, and cheers from the U.S.
Dennis P. : If you accidentally buy the incorrect DIN plug, you can simply remove pins 7 and 8, as you only need the 1-6 for making the cable.

It also might be worth considering potting (encapsulating in epoxy) your solder joints inside he cable for strain relief purposes. The wires are thin and fiddly, and will break easily after a surprisingly small amount of "working".

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