Ahhh so that's where i was getting confused :-)
I was just looking at http://www.pixera.com/PixeraCatalog/Picolo.htm
and trying to figure out why no country in the list used PAL-60.
BTW, I just noticed that the URL I posted just awhile ago was
some muscle building video site.... just incase you're wondering
it was a purely random selection!
At 11:56 01/05/01 +0100, Gerard J Keating wrote:
>Jerry Walsh wrote:
> > AFAIK some parts of America have PAL at 60hz.
>>Nope, the states is NTSC, PAL-60 is not really a broadcast standard. It is
>some video and DVD players output when they play ntsc disks. Some player can
>convert the signal from NTSC->PAL, but not fix the frame rate.
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