DVD holdout Disney and other studios supporting Divx system for DVD

November 1997
EMedia Professional;Nov97, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p13
Academic Journal
Reports that some movie companies have agreed to provide movie titles for release on Divx DVD-Video discs, while Zenith, Thomson and Matsushita Electric have agreed to manufacture DVD players with Divx capability. Safeguards against copying and piracy provided by the Divx system; Requirements for consumers who buy Divx players; Expected launch of the first Divx player.


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