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-color bars are a type of television test pattern, and is most commonly used in countries where the NTSC video standard is dominant, such as those in North America. +[[Image:Colorbars-s420t.gif|'''[[Color bars]]''' are a type of television test pattern, and is most commonly used in countries where the NTSC video standard is dominant, such as those in North America.|thumb|300px]]
-[[Image:Colorbars-s420t.gif]]+'''[[Color bars]]''' are a type of television test pattern, and is most commonly used in countries where the NTSC video standard is dominant, such as those in North America.
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 +== '''Reference''' ==
# See Wikipedia '''''SMPTE Color bars''''' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMPTE_color_bars] # See Wikipedia '''''SMPTE Color bars''''' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMPTE_color_bars]

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Color bars are a type of television test pattern, and is most commonly used in countries where the NTSC video standard is dominant, such as those in North America.
Color bars are a type of television test pattern, and is most commonly used in countries where the NTSC video standard is dominant, such as those in North America.

Color bars are a type of television test pattern, and is most commonly used in countries where the NTSC video standard is dominant, such as those in North America.


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  1. See Wikipedia SMPTE Color bars [1]



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