What is video signal (non-composite)?
Component video signal splits the signal into three cables RGB, or red green and blue. Each specific cable component of a video signal. It can be contrasted with composite videos, in which all the video information is combined in a single line-level signal. The color green Y transmits brightness information of the video, the color blue and red transmit the blue and red components of the color of the pictures. The green components are inferred by the combination of three signals. Like composite videos, this is not compressed so it allows HD resolution, as well as progressive scan, creates smoother images with defined edges. Component video cables generally have multiple pins on either side of their throughput, since they transmit signals separately from one another in order to achieve better possible quality when displayed. It is often paired with an audio signal. The parts of component video signals usually consist of chroma or luma information, although sometimes this can vary.