Question : What I mean is how do I know if it has the place to plugin a red, white and yellow wire from a xbox 360 or something which is 2 audio plugins and 1 video.. what will be the name of the inputs/outputs for it?
Answer : This is called composite video and it is the most common video input. I doubt you can find a TV without composite video input.
Question : does the compostion how to be together like grouping all objects in one space . do u have any example to show me how composition look like thank u
it says draw four small three dimesional objetcs. arrange them into a composition on a table in frot of yo and draw them. How should i do that what they mean by composition how can i draw the object
Answer : Composition means how you arrange them. For example take your 3D objects. (assume it's a banana, a remote control, a CD, and a tic tac container) And you pile them on top of each other in a big heap. That's not very good composition for a drawing. You want each object to compliment the other object in your artwork. You want it to be ART, not just a picture of a bunch of things.
Look at this picture. http://www.charlottecameraclub.org/large%20photos/11_lowtide_large.jpg do you see how the water blends smoothly and nicely? The warm colors contrast nicely with the cool colors, and the shapes down at the bottom aren't too stark because they go well with the deep blue color. A picture with good composition just looks good. Like I said, it's ART, not just a drawing of a bunch of stuff.
Question : I would like to connect my windows media computer to my tv set. The only problem is that my tv set is rather old and only has the coaxial connection along with the RCA jacks(white, yellow, red). What is the best way to go about doing this to get the best picture possible? I'm looking at S-Video as an option.
Answer : if you've only got the composite video connection, you're pretty much screwed for getting a decent picture. particularly if you're using NTSC...
(s video and composite only look significantly different on PAL sets when things get really heavy, but as i understand it the s video standard was introduced because ntsc composite... well... it sucks.)
rather than buying the media centre computer you probably should have got a new TV, because my old 21' one - soon to be replaced - doesn't even do proper multistandard support, but it has full composite, s video, and component inputs (thru a euroconnector). just a bog-standard mitsubishi from about 1993. that thing you have there almost certainly isnt widescreen either... is it?!
to get the best picture possible...
1/ change the tv... go hd! with something thats hi res, with s video, component, and hdmi / full digital / vga inputs... or if you can't:
2/ use the best quality leads and connectors you can afford, and remember - never mi..