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NTSC is an analogue video standard widely used in the Americas and Japan before the coming of the digital television era. Named after the 'National Television System Committee' NTSC dates back to 1941 when the first black and white NTSC system was implemented, NTSC color followed in 1953.
NTSC is an abbreviation for National Television Standards Committee, named for the group that originally developed the black & white and subsequently color television system that is used in the United States, Japan and many other countries. An NTSC picture is made up of 525 interlaced lines and is displayed at a rate of 29.97 frames per second.
Sometimes NTSC-U, NTSC-US, or NTSC-U/C is used to describe the video gaming region of North America (the U/C refers to US + Canada), as regional lockout usually restricts games from being playable outside the region. Comparative quality
Abbreviation : NTSC NTSC - National Television System Committee NTSC - National Talent and Sports Contest Click on the alphabet to view abbreviation starts with selected alphabet.