Category Archives: Beginner Info

What Is The Best Component Switcher?

Component video, also known as YPbPr, is an A/V media standard that connects a media source (like a DVD player) to a display (like a television set). It splits up color information in three ways, hence it being also known as “Y”, “Pb”, and “Pr”. This standard specifically uses a “color-difference” signal variant, wherein it’s composed of Luminance… Read More »

YPbPr vs RGB – How Are They Different?

You have it difficult trying to understand what YPbPr and RGB are. It is understandably confusing, especially when you do not have any prior technical knowledge. In this article, we try to make it as simple as possible. Let us explore what color spaces and video signals are, particularly comparing YPbPr vs. RGB. In simple terms, RGB is… Read More »