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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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There are several choices when it comes to writing data from the desktop onto a DVD.
As of January 5th, there are estimated to be more than 175,000 HD DVD players sold in North America, with new models in high demand.
After these two offerings have hit the market later this year, however, I'll be able to give you a more nuanced analysis, and (with luck) to predict which alternative will lead us all into the DVD future.
As a leader in home entertainment, we are thrilled to introduce the first HD DVD players for the U.
Pioneer is lobbying the DVD Forum too, for a spec that would cover both DVD-RW's (current) video and (future) data applications.
AutoMake Menu -- When burning a video file from a computer hard disc or from the Internet to a DVD disc, users of DVD Copy 4 can generate a navigation menu created automatically.
Easy to use, even for beginners, the new TSUNAMI MPEG DVD AUTHOR PRO incorporates advanced tools like frame-level cut-editing, slideshow creation with Dolby(R) Digital sound, high-quality DVD menu templates -- 40 of them, developed by Motionsim -- and DVD simulation so that users can preview their DVD at any point during the authoring process.
By adopting the same proven structure and material as current DVDs, an HD DVD disc can be produced without incurring significant additional cost.
With the new DVD+R DL support, InterVideo DVD Copy 3 customers can record 4 hours of DVD-quality video or 16 hours of VHS-quality video on a single side of a DVD+R DL disc.
Exclusively available on DVD Copy 3 is the unique capability of copying DVD to various output formats including DivX CD, MPEG-4CD, and WMV files.
eDVD-enhanced titles offer the same playability on set-top DVD players as standard DVDs.
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands -- Sonic Solutions (Nasdaq:SNIC), the world leader in DVD creation technology, today announced the availability of new versions of its leading professional DVD creation systems -- the SD-series Encoder 3.
TDK, a world leader in digital recording and playback solutions, today announced the introduction of its PrintOn(TM) recordable DVD media line.
Both achieve three times the compression efficiency of MPEG-2, the video compression technology used in current DVDs.