NTSC provides a smoother image than PAL and SECAM due to a higher frame rate. It used tint control to perform colour correction manually by the user. This was not always accurate and could lead to the colours being faulty. The PAL format uses phase reversal rather than tint control to cancel hue errors, this led to a far less saturated image.
Television standards conversion is the process of changing one type of television system to another. The most common is from NTSC to PAL or the other way around. This is done so television programs in one nation may be viewed in a nation with a different standard. The video is fed through a video standards converter that changes the video to a different video system. Converting between.