Audio and Video Configurations
With ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagram software users can create any audio and video device configurations. The Audio & Video Connectors solution includes sockets and plugs professional-looking stencils and several samples that you can modify and make your hookup diagram of the home media connections.
Sample 1. Hook-up drawing - Stereo audio visual entertainment systems.
This hookup diagram was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming software using the Audio and Video Connectors solution.
Illustrate your system connections using library with icons of jacks, plugs and device silhouettes from the Audio and Video Connectors solution.
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Use the ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software that has vector clipart of numerous cable connectors, examples, and templates for drawing different types of audio and video connection diagrams. Paste icon of the receiver or another device to page and layout sockets and plugs. Further connect plugs with each other, and now you have well-designed connection diagram.
Picture: How to Make Audio and Video Connections
There are many ways to describe a database structure. One of the most usual is to draw an entity relationship diagram (ERD) using a Crow’s Foot notation to represent database elements. If you don’t want to draw it on paper, you should use an appropriate software.
An entity-relationship (ER) diagram is used to show the structure of a business database. ERD represents data as objects (entities) that are connected with standard relationships symbols which Illustrate an association between entities. ERD, there is a wide range of ERD notations used by data bases architects for reflecting the relationships between the data entities. According to the crow’s foot notation relationships are drawn as single labeled lines designating a certain kinds of relationship. Crow foot notation is a most frequently used ERD standard, because of improved readability of diagrams, with a more accurate use of space on the page.
Picture: Entity Relationship Diagram - ERD - Software for Design Crows Foot ER Diagrams
While creating flowcharts and process flow diagrams, you should use special objects to define different statements, so anyone aware of flowcharts can get your scheme right. There is a short and an extended list of basic flowchart symbols and their meaning. Basic flowchart symbols include terminator objects, rectangles for describing steps of a process, diamonds representing appearing conditions and questions and parallelograms to show incoming data.
This diagram gives a general review of the standard symbols that are used when creating flowcharts and process flow diagrams. The practice of using a set of standard flowchart symbols was admitted in order to make flowcharts and other process flow diagrams created by any person properly understandable by other people. The flowchart symbols depict different kinds of actions and phases in a process. The sequence of the actions, and the relationships between them are shown by special lines and arrows. There are a large number of flowchart symbols. Which of them can be used in the particular diagram depends on its type. For instance, some symbols used in data flow diagrams usually are not used in the process flowcharts. Business process system use exactly these flowchart symbols.
Picture: Basic Flowchart Symbols and Meaning
To draw an effective workflow you have to have an ability to focus on thinking, not drawing. This becomes possible with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software. Thanks to Arrows10 technology, you are able to place steps and relations onto your workflow diagram without thinking of how to do this, or which stencil to use. This is the most natural and effective way of drawing workflows.
Picture: How to Draw an Effective Workflow
The Audio & Video Connectors solution contains a set of pre-designed objects, libraries, templates, and samples; allowing quick and easy diagramming of various configurations of audio and video devices.
Picture: Standard Universal Audio & Video Connection Types