NTSC (National Television System Committee) is the color TV standard in the US and Canada, while PAL is the standard in Europe, Australia, Africa, and some countries in Asia. These broadcasting formats determine the way that a television can display the broadcast signal. They are video encoding standards that are incompatible with each other, and their differences make it difficult and inconvenient for you to buy hard copies of videos from other countries. You need a video converter to make sure that you can still play a video with a different coding from your country’s standard.
A video converter is a device that can convert NTSC to PAL and vice versa, so you can watch any video and make sure that it is compatible with your player and TV. There are devices that can convert videos into any format that you need. Some of the best PAL to NTSC video converters have a built-in TV tuner for D/K, Secam, B/G, and PAL, so they are perfect for videos that have been purchased from Europe, India, Asia, and Ghana. A built-in tuner is convenient if you do not have an external tuner.
If you are searching for a video converter, consider a model that can work with any TV, CRT monitor, LED screen, or projector. Choose a video converter that supports full HD resolution of up to 1920 x 1080. Com World is a brand of video converters with devices that can convert analog signals to 1080p.
Video converters are easy to use. Some models allow you to simply connect your antenna into them before you connect the HDMI to your TV, then you can already view shows and videos through an American TV, even if you are in a SECAM or PAL country. This simplicity eliminates device clutter around your entertainment area when you no longer need external tuners and extra boxes around the TV. Choose a video converter with RCA input, component input, and HDMI input, so you can use other PAL devices with the TV.