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Synonyms for DVD

a digital recording (as of a movie) on an optical disk that can be played on a computer or a television set

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Warner Brothers, which previously supported only the HD DVD format promoted by Toshiba Corp.
The company will take over licensing from Toshiba which has served as the interim DVD format and logo licensing agent since 1997.
Trace Optical also introduced Optilock, an off-line, dual-lane bonder for any DVD format.
But confusing matters, and possibly consumers, are two new high definition DVD formats -- Blu-ray Disc and HD-DVD, which went to market in recent months.
Universal Music joined the Sony-led group for the Blu-ray format, challenging the rival Toshiba bloc, which developed the HD DVD format.
The overwhelming popularity of pre-recorded DVDs and the relentless publicity that computer and consumer electronics manufacturers are generating about the new recordable DVD formats virtually insures that IT professionals, computer users, and consumers will confront those three letters in 2002 and be left to wonder what DVD has to offer them in their professional and personal lives.
is an organization established to promote the HD DVD format and educate consumers in North America.
During the second day of the two-day conference at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel, industry movers and shakers from rival studios, who had faced off in previous years over two new DVD formats -- Blu-ray Disc and HD-DVD -- downplayed that long-brewing rivalry now that HD-DVD went to market in March and Blu-ray will debut later this month.
and other companies promoting the HD DVD high-definition DVD format said Tuesday some 10 Japanese movie makers will release 35 titles of films and other image content based on the HD DVD format.
establish the 'single, best' DVD format for each of the DVD applications and encourage DVD acceptance across entertainment, consumer electronics and IT industries.
Universal saw an opportunity with the HD DVD format to push the envelope of what can be done with interactivity," said Ken Graffeo, executive vice president, marketing, Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
Since the launch of the DVD format eight years ago, more than 140 million players have been sold to consumers including set-top and portable players, DVD recorders, home-theater-in-a-box systems, and DVD/VCR combinations.
as the next-generation DVD format, the Sony-Matsushita camp said Tuesday.
film studios for its next-generation DVD format called HD DVD.
Shades of VHS versus Betamax: The war over the next-generation DVD format was launched Monday.