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    hi there...
    ive been editing for some time with adobe premier 6.0 using the PAL option always because the video appears much clearer (without scratchy edges) and also when exporting a movie its much faster.
    though, i was wondering if i do use the NTSC option would my videos come clearer when i write them on DVD's?? coz the PAL files get the pixelisation effect when i view them on the computer and also when i write them onto dvds.
    if not, i just wanted to know what the NTSC format is for. im guessing it shud have some purpose.
    thanks

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    PAL is the broadcast video standard in Europe and Australia; NTSC for America and Japan. If you have a PAL camcorder, you should output in PAL and vice versa. Essentially always stick with the format you input - taking it to the extreme, your created DVD may be unplayable in a PAL DVD player if you output NTSC.

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