Thursday, May 7, 2009

Video In Video Out

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Video In Video Out (VIVO)
A 6-connector VIVO splitter cable. From left to right: S-Video In, Component Pb out, Component Pr out, Component Y out/Composite out, Composite in, S-Video Out
Analog video connector
Production history
Various graphics card manufacturers
Hot pluggable
Video signal
At least up to 1080p
Mini-DIN 9
Pin out
VIVO port using standard (left) and non-standard (right) Mini-DIN
Video In Video Out, usually seen as the acronym VIVO (commonly pronounced vee-voh), is a graphics card port which enables some video cards to have bidirectional (input and output) video transfer through a Mini-DIN connector, usually of the 9-pin variety, and a specialised splitter cable (which can sometimes also transfer sound).
VIVO is found predominantly on high-end ATI video cards, although a few high-end NVIDIA video cards also have this port. VIVO on these graphics cards typically supports composite, S-Video, and Component as outputs, and composite and S-Video as inputs. Many other video cards only support component and/or S-Video outputs to complement VGA or DVI, typically using a component breakout cable and an S-Video cable. It should be noted that while component-out operation supports high definition resolutions, it does not support the HDCP standard which would be required for official HDTV support as set out by the EICTA. Also, a computer using VIVO must have software that can handle an input signal. For example, in the case of Nvidia GeForce series 6 and 7 video card users this means downloading Nvidia's WDM drivers.

A graphics card with VGA, VIVO and DVI outputs
Some practical uses of VIVO include being able to display multimedia stored on a computer on a TV, and being able to connect a DVD player or video game console to a computer while continuing to allow viewing via a TV monitor. However, VIVO can not itself decode broadcast signals from any source, and so, like tunerless HDTV sets and composite monitors, additional equipment is required to be able to show broadcast TV programs.
Some manufacturers enable their version of the VIVO port to also transfer sound.
On Windows XP computers that use GeForce video cards with Scalable Link Interface (SLI) mode enabled, using a TV to display part of the desktop via VIVO is disabled, just as dual-monitor mode is disabled. (Confusingly, some distorted imagery may be visible on a properly-connected VIVO-driven television display at boot-up, however.) For this reason, the VIVO option is often disregarded by gamers, as it is also (of course) by the many who have no need to connect their computer to their TV.
See also
DIN connector
Mini-DIN connector
Composite video
Component video
ATI Technologies
External links
Plan of assembly of a cable VIVO
S-video to composite video adapter

vAudio and video connectors
Single conductor audio
Binding post Banana plug Fahnestock clip
Analog audio
TRS XLR DIN/ Mini-DIN D-sub Speakon
Digital audio
BNC S/PDIF TosLink XLR D-sub
DVI/ Mini-DVI/ Micro-DVI DMS-59 VGA/ Mini-VGA DFP BNC DIN/ Mini-DIN DB13W3 D-Terminal
Audio and Video
RCA ADC Belling-Lee DisplayPort/ Mini DisplayPort EVC F HDMI P&D AV Multi MultiAV SCART TRS
Visual charts
List of video connectors

vAudio and Video Interfaces and Connectors
Audio Only
Interface: PC System Design Guide Connectors: TRS 3.5mm
Interface: S/PDIF Connectors: RCA Jack (Coaxial), TOSLINK (Optical), BNC
Video Only
Interface: VGA Connectors: DB-15 ? Interface: Composite Connectors: RCA jack yellow ? Interface: S-Video Connectors: Mini-DIN 4 Pin ? Interface: Component Connectors: RCA Jacks X 3 ? Interface: Composite, S-Video, and Component Connectors: VIVO using Mini-DIN 9 Pin
Digital andAnalog
Interface: DVI Connectors: DVI
Video and Audio
Interface: HDMI Connectors: HDMI connector ? Interface: DisplayPort Connectors: DisplayPort connector
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