Digital composite video

A digital representation of an analog TV display.

A digital composite video is a digital representation of an analog TV display. In other words: a digitized waveform of composite NTSC or PAL video signals, with specific digital values assigned to the sync, blank, and white levels. These videos are sometimes referred to (incorrectly) as D-2 or D-3.

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