witch wire is video for usb?

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Re-design7 years ago
I guess the answer to that is that the two data wires are for video and everything else except power.  All of the data are carried on those two wires.  If it's sound or video or a file.  And then it's decoded by the receiving component into what ever is expected from the source.
Which two are the data wires, anyway?
Whenever I cut them, I forget to check...
jeff-o Bartboy7 years ago
Green and White.

Red and black are power.
Bartboy jeff-o7 years ago
I'm actually not meaning that, I didn't mean which wire, I meant which part of the actual socket :P
jeff-o Bartboy7 years ago
Oh, you want this?
Bartboy jeff-o7 years ago
haha, I guess, but that other one that re-design posted had them too...
jeff-o Bartboy7 years ago
Yeah, there's not much else to share...
Pinout.  Usually red and black are power the other two are data.
gmxx7 years ago
 there isnt one. usb is a serial based protocol. it does not natively support video