How to Scan NTSC Channels?

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It's really easy for Aviosoft DTV Player to scan NTSC channels. You just connect DVB-T tuner to your PC and install its driver properly. Then a message box will pop up to enquire you whether to scan channels. Click Yes to popup "Scan" box then click "OK" to begin scan channels.


What is NTSC?

NTSC, named for the National Television System Committee
, is the analog television system that is used in most of North America, most of South America (except Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and French Guiana), Burma, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines, and some Pacific island nations and territories (see map). The first NTSC standard was developed in 1941 and had no provision for color television.
In 1953 a second modified version of the NTSC standard was adopted, which allowed color broadcasting compatible with the existing stock of black-and-white receivers. NTSC was the first widely adopted broadcast color system. After nearly 70 years of use, the vast majority of over-the-air NTSC transmissions in the United States were replaced with digital ATSC on June 12, 2009, and will be by August 31, 2011, in Canada. Despite the shift to digital broadcasting, standard definition television in these countries continues to follow the NTSC standard in terms of frame rate and number of lines of resolution.