National Television Standards Committee


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National Television Standards Committee

(electronics)
(NTSC) The body defining the television video signal format used in the USA. The UK equivalent is PAL.

Also, humorously, "Never Twice the Same Colour".
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NTSC: The traditional color video standard established in 1953 by the National Television Standards Committee in the United States, and subsequently adopted by Canada and many other countries.
The book lists operas issued on videotape (VHS) or laser disc and released in the United States in the American television standard for video established by the National Television Standards Committee (NTSC).
Generally, it is expressed as a percentage of the figure provided by the US National Television Standards Committee (NTSC), which has set 72% as the color saturation level for CRT and LCD TVs.

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