Analog Video Color Sync – A Tutorial

Analog Video Sync Color – Subcarrier or Color Sync is part of composite sync, normally called color burst or just burst. It is responsible for keeping the color circuits in television sets and other equipment synchronized with the originating source. Without Color Sync the color information within a composite video signal would be unlocked and the wrong colors would be displayed on our screens.

Running Time = 6:12  In HD

Free Data Sheet on Color Sync - Click Here