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DVD

Digital versatile disk, digital video disk Informatics An optical disk capable of storing ≥ 4 GB of audiovisual data. Cf CD.
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AnyMP4 DVD Creator is available now priced at USD35.00 and a free trial version is available at http://www.anymp4.com/dvd-creator/.
DVD 3 is Bingo, an interactive DVD that delivers everything you need for an unforgettable night in.
Since last year, ABT's associate artistic director Victor Barbee has used DVDs in the studio to set works, and has transferred many of the company's archives of VHS tapes to DVDs of performances.
EACH day until Friday, July 28, 2006, we'll be printing a different DVD voucher for you to cut out and keep.
The Golandsky Institute Discovery Series: The Art of Rhythmic Expression (3-Part DVD), The Golandsky Institute (Park West Finance Station, P.O.
The 810 series of DVD burners also features 4X DVD-R DL, 16X DVD+/-R, 8X DVD+RW, 6X DVD-RW, 48X CD-R and 32X CD-RW recording.
DVD players have caught on with the public faster than any other comparable electronic device, including the personal computer and cell phone, according to the Digital Entertainment Group.
Firms like Verbatim, Maxell and Mitsubishi Chemical have made so many enhancements in CD and DVD technology that, today, we take for granted that this just won't happen (assuming you treat your discs with a little common sense and TLC).
The InFocus ScreenPlay 4805 projector is a great addition to a home entertainment solution because it connects into nearly any home electronics device including: DVD players, satellite receivers, high-definition broadcast receivers, TVs, computers and video game consoles, to project everything from sports to movies and event television in gigantically clear proportions.
The DVD+R/RW formats are compatible with most DVD-ROM computer drives and recently manufactured DVD players.
NEW YORK -- Could the DVD and CD-R formats be heading for obsolescence even as their popularity continues to grow?
DVD X POINT is like PDF for PowerPoint--it preserves all text, graphics, transitional, and navigational elements from the original PowerPoint Presentations.