RDVDC (Recordable DVD Council)
DVD authoring on your home computer is a reality, but there are three different DVD formats. Who is going to win the VHS/Beta Max of the optical disc wars? The RDVDC is the marketing arm of the DVD Forum, the standards body that regulates the DVD-R/RW and DVD-RAM standards. We’ll be leaving DVD+R/RW at the door this night to talk about DVD-R/RW, the standard that is compatible with over 99% of the DVD players and representing 77% of the recordable DVD market.
Andy Marken of Marken Communications was well versed on the subject and has a great voice. He was an expert on the DVD Forum and the Recordable DVD Council (RDVDC).
- DVD Forum and it’s standards.
- DVD-RAM (computer storage with error correction)
- Phillips and HP supported non-standard (from DVD Forum’s perspective) formats.
- DVD +R
- DVD is not an acronym.
- Other DVD issues and comments.
- Marty, Santa Cruz
- noted on line that there is software available that would allow you to translate DV to a formate that can be burned to CD
- Dana, Santa Cruz
- has Q about bit error rate
- Ilene, at the Harbor
- wants to buy a burner – but which one?