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Video Configurations

Use a composition audio/video cable to connect the Raspberry Pi to the part of the Video Display with the switch and io ports.
Update your config.txt with the proper modes to allow composite video on you Raspberry Pi by checking this guide: https://learn.adafruit.com/using-a-mini-pal-ntsc-display-with-a-raspberry-pi/


Adjust the text size by following the guide here:
https://learn.adafruit.com/using-a-mini-pal-ntsc-display-with-a-raspberry-pi/configure-and-test

Power the Pi

A USB Battery Pack/Bank will power the raspberry pi for hours of on-the-go linuxing!
This guide was first published on Apr 18, 2014. It was last updated on Apr 18, 2014. This page (Video Configurations) was last updated on Nov 23, 2015.