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Thread: Cd Formats

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    What's missing?

    CD-DA
    CD-R/RW
    CD+G
    VCD
    S-VCD
    X-VCD
    CVD
    XS-VCD
    X-CD
    K-VCD
    DVD+/-R/RW
    SACD/DVD-A

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    DVD-RAM??

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    skvcd
    kacd
    rmvb

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    MVCD

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    How could I have forgotten DVD-RAM, and I just remembered CD-I.

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    Mini disc..if its a cd.......truly never ever seen one.

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    FMD-Rom

    THE FUTURE.... GOOGLE THE TERM AND YOU SHALL SEE WHY ITS THE FUTURE...

    dvds are dying...simple

    DWk

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    Blue light laser?

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    Originally posted by DWk@7 October 2003 - 16:47
    FMD-Rom

    THE FUTURE.... GOOGLE THE TERM AND YOU SHALL SEE WHY ITS THE FUTURE...

    dvds are dying...simple

    DWk
    FMD-rom is already dead.

    http://www.thocp.net/hardware/fmd_rom.htm
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    That format seems very unreliable, plus DVD-Recordable formats have taken the liberty to harness the power of this technology; DVD-RAM Type II is an example, it uses dual layers. In fact, a dual-sided, dual-layered DVD can store 17GB of material, far more than the market currently offers (4.7/9.4GB).

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