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  Reply # 1632149 17-Sep-2016 13:32
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Spyware:

 

I thought NTFS was NT File System. US Terrestrial transmissions use ATSC.

 

 

They used to use NTSC in the analog days, so thats where the confusion came from..


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  Reply # 1632155 17-Sep-2016 14:27
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wellygary:

 

Spyware:

 

I thought NTFS was NT File System. US Terrestrial transmissions use ATSC.

 

 

They used to use NTSC in the analog days, so that's where the confusion came from..

 

 

You are quite right - my error.  undecided

 

(When I was last in the USA - 10 years ago - they were still using NTSC.)





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  Reply # 1632224 17-Sep-2016 17:24
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