#1
Which one do you think best captures and retransmits motion?

While scientifically PAL is said to do a better job with colors and lines (pixels) so it has more detail, NTSC has greater frame rate. I have the feeling the motion it's more abrupt and sudden in PAL than in NTSC due to this.

Well, this is my opinion and I would like to learn yours.
#2
i haven't noticed any lack of fluidity in PAL. i think the frame rate must be good enough that the human eye can't detect the difference because it looks fine to me.
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#6
Quote by Vermintide
I think it really doesn't matter as they will very soon be outdated standards.



I doubt it.

PAL is slightly better.
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#7
it probably makes no difference. It's probably one of those thing that if you are obcessed with TV you mind but if your just a casual viewer you probably can't tell the difference.
#8
I have both an NTSC TV and a PAL TV (for watching imported DVDs) theres really not a noticeable difference, maybe with an HD signal on an HDTV but not normally.
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#9
Oh yeah, you forgot SECAM.

It sucks anyway so who cares stupid awkward french. ( I know France is not the only country who use it, but they invented it)
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#10
I've never seen SECAM. We used to watch through a PAL TV in German class. I didn't like the picture at all. My teacher was obsessed with it and I don't understand why. I much prefer the NTSC .
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#13
Quote by Blackbullet
I doubt it.

PAL is slightly better.

I don't.

Once we've had the digital switch-over and HDTVs have become the norm, PAL and NTSC are effectively a relic. We'll only keep compatibility for playing old DVDs.