Name Description
Y, Cb, Cr Y,Cb,Cr when it first appeared on DVD players and TVs often times referred to an interlaced scan-only compatible component video connection. However, that use of the label is actually incorrect. The designation Y,Cb,Cr, if used correctly, refers to an digitally transferred component video signal, which is used in the PC and professional video environments.
Y, Cb, Cr: Y,Cb,Cr when it first appeared on DVD players and TVs often times referred to an interlaced scan-only compatible component video connection. However, that use of the label is actually incorrect. The designation Y,Cb,Cr, if used correctly, refers to an digitally transferred component video signal, which is used in the PC and professional video environments.
Y, Pb, Pr: Y,Pb,Pr refers to an analog component video signal that is passed by a component video connection that uses three RCA-type connectors and cables (red, green, blue) from a source device, such as DVD or Blu-ray Disc player, to a home theater receiver, TV, or video projector.