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Component and S-Video pin-outs on MS10000E

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by jontelofot, Mar 13, 2005.

  1. jontelofot

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    Hello everybody!

    I'm working on a HTPC based on a Via MS10000E Mini-ITX.
    I've gotten the SP/DIF soldered and working, but need help with the video output.

    The board supports S-Video, Composite , SCART and Component video through these pins:

    1 2.5V
    2 N/A
    3 B_Pb
    4 Yh_G
    5 Ground
    6 Ground
    7 CVBS
    8 C_R_Pr
    9 CSO
    10 NC

    So, for component video, I'd use Yh_G, B_Pb and C_R_Pr, right?
    Problem is, my tv only has S-Video input!
    Now I know S-Video is Y and C, where C is a combination of Pb and Pr, but I have no idea on how to solder this port. I can't just solder Pb and Pr to one pin and get C, can I? :D

    If anyone could confim the function of these 10 pins and give some advice on what pins I must use to get S-Video it would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. jontelofot

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    Thought I might answer my own question incase somebody else has the same problem.

    The following pin-outs gives you...

    S-Video:
    4 Yh_G
    8 C_R_Pr

    RGB video:
    3 B_Pb
    4 Yh_G
    8 C_R_Pr

    Component video:
    3 B_Pb
    4 Yh_G
    8 C_R_Pr

    Composite video:
    7 CVBS

    All of the above works for me now, and I must say the RGB video out has very, very nice picture quality!
     

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