Is a VCR input or output?
You can confirm this by looking at the back of your VCR. If you can find three circular ports in white, red, and yellow, you have a composite video output. If your VCR has five circular ports instead, with three colored red, green, and blue, and two more in white and red, your VCR has a component video output.
How do I hook up my old VCR to my new HDTV?
You need a converter box between the VCR and the TV. The yellow, red and white lead from the VCR plugs into the input of the converter box. The output of the converter box connects to a HDMI lead. The other end of this lead will plug into one of the HDMI inputs of the TV.
How do you connect VCR to component cables?
Is VHS 480i?
Mechanism. W-VHS VCRs can record a high-definition video signal (1035i to 1080i, stored internally as an 1125-line signal similar to Hi-Vision) via the analog Y/Pb/Pr component interface, a standard-definition signal (480i), or two simultaneous standard-definition signals, for 3D video.