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Tornel

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Does the Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950 support S-video out? It says it has TV-Out is this the same thing? I just want to be able to use the S-Video Cable to put it onto a TV.

Heres Intel's specs on it : http://www.intel.com...hipsets/gma950/

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Unless I'm reading it wrong, then it seems that your integrated graphics card is INcapable of doing this. I'm not sure how much they are, but I know ATI sells some media add on cards that have a soul purpose of TV-In, TV-Out, etc.
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The S-Video-out port allows you to send video signals to a TV, projector, VCR, or other display or recording device. The S-Video-in port lets you bring video into your PC from a camcorder, a VCR, or the like. By the way, if you see the term VIVO (Video In Video Out) advertised with a graphics board, it means that the board has video in and out through one connector.

The Intel TV-out feature in the on-board 950 grpahics is used for output to a digital TV only.

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By Digital TV do you mean a TV with a RCA cable port(like what a ps2 or dvd player would use) or an HDTV?
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