Video output refers to the process of displaying visual content from a computer or other electronic device onto a display screen. It involves converting digital signals into a format that can be understood and rendered by the display device.
In modern systems, video output is typically achieved through various ports such as HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, or DVI. These ports transmit video signals to monitors, projectors, or TVs, allowing users to view images, videos, and other graphical content.
Video output settings can be adjusted to optimize display quality, resolution, refresh rate, and color depth. This ensures that the output is compatible with the capabilities of the display device and provides the best visual experience.