A resolution standard for TV and DVD-Video. In the NTSC system, Full D1 represents 720×480 pixels. The specifications for D1 TV and DVD-Video are as follows:

TV PAL: 704×576
TV NTSC: 704×480
DVD-Video PAL: 720×576 (MPEG2)
DVD-Video NTSC: 720×480 (MPEG2)

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