Composite Input Viewer?

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  1. Coolio10

    Coolio10 Registered Member

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    RCA Input Viewer?

    I have composite inputs (red, white, and yellow) on the front of my case but plugging something into them doesn't show me anything on screen. What program will show me what is plugged in on screen?

    I am using Vista Home Premium x64.
     
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  2. JRViejo

    JRViejo Global Moderator

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    Usually, red and white are for stereo inputs (right and left channels, respectively) and the yellow is for S-Video. Have you seen Windows Movie Maker anywhere in your programs' list? Perhaps auto-play is disabled. What's the make and model of your PC?
     
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    Good MORNING !

    RED = input for plug red ( = microphone ) on your headphones

    YELLOW (GREEN ) = input for the voice on your headphones

    WHITE = for USB

    Enjoy your day! Go to forest!

    Your PRO
     
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    Oops. Not composite. I mean RCA inputs. Yellow (Video) White (Left/Right Sound) Red (Left/Right Sound).
     
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    OK Coolio, RCA: White: left; Red: right.
     
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