COLD and DVD-R: Will vendors be taking a blind leap, or making COLD a household name?
- Is CD-R still the cure for the common COLD? Misek, Marla // EMedia Professional;Apr98, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p60
Focuses on the feasibility of combined computer output laser disks (COLD) and compact-disc (CD) technologies. Inability of COLD to facilitate rapid information retrieval; Reasons driving the use of CD as a storage solution for COLD data; DVD-R and the Internet as possible COLD-generated data...
- Panasonic prepares for digital revolution. Johnston, Robert D. // Caribbean Business;11/6/1997, Vol. 25 Issue 44, p22
Presents information on digital video disks (DVD). View that these disks will replace other entertainment media such as audio cassettes, video tapes and floppy disks; Names of companies who are producing DVD and related equipment; Comments from Keith Tomita, general manager of marketing and...
- DVD the update. Parker, Dana J. // CD-ROM Professional;Aug96, Vol. 9 Issue 8, p68
Examines the technical aspects of the Digital Video Disc (DVD) specification with emphasis on market speculations and expectations of developers and purveyors of DVD-related products. First DVD Forum in the United States; Capacity for a single-layer disc; Features of dual-layer discs.
- DVD promises to change the face of optical media. Carmona, Jeff // T H E Journal;Apr97, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p10
Discusses various aspects of digital video discs (DVDs). Availability of educational programs on compact disc (CD); Evolution of the DVD to mirror that of CDs; Comparison between the CD and DVD; Features of DVD products introduced by firms such as Toshiba; Sales projections for DVD products.
- Digital video disc--industry news. Cole, George // Gramophone;Jul96, Vol. 74 Issue 878, p128
Focuses on a controversy over audio coding and market protection specifications for Digital Video Disc (DVD), the high-density compact disc format developed by Philips, Sony, Toshiba and others. Data-storage capacity of DVD; Coding of some DVDs for the NTSC television system used in the United...
- Catching COLD: It's not just a workplace illness anymore. Hansen, Mark D. // Professional Safety;Sep95, Vol. 40 Issue 9, p33
Describes Computer-output-to-laser-disk (COLD) technology as a tool to help safety professionals manage the information flow. Easing the task of archiving and accessing information; Feasibility of optical disk technology as a storage and retrieval medium for document images; Characteristics of...
- Club Hopping. Stieg, Bill; Jones, Lisa; Calechman, Steve; Campbell, Adam; Csatari, Jeff; Davis, Shannon; Good, Brian; Hillkirk, Scott; Joachim, David; Korneluk, Kristi; Olmsted, Larry; O'Neill, Hugh; Ongaro, Laura; Spiker, Ted; Veilleux, Zachary; Wetzel, Kara; Wourio, Jeff; Yarm, Mike; Zimmerman, Mike // Men's Health;Oct2002, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p80
Features tips on spending less money on compact disc (CD) and digital video disc purchases. Advantage of joining consumer clubs; Benefit of buying old CD.
- Primera Bravo Disc Publisher. Bennett, Hugh // EMedia -- The Digital Studio Magazine;Feb2003, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p63
Evaluates the Primera Bravo Disc Publisher for CD and DVD duplication. Key features; Price; Advantages and disadvantages.
- To DVD or not to DVD. Smith, Jennette // Crain's Detroit Business;3/10/2003, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p33
Focuses on advertising through multimedia. Factor to be considered while deciding which media option to use for multimedia advertising; Comments of Eric Holliday, executive vice president of InvisaGuard Inc., on benefits of using digital video discs for multimedia advertising; Description of...