DVD Video

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DVD-Video - Other Features - Container
... Video, audio, subtitle and navigation streams are multiplexed and stored on a DVD-Video disc in the VOB container format (Video Object) ... DVD recorders can use DVD-VR or DVD+VR format instead of DVD-Video ... DVD-VR format store multiplexed audiovisual content in VRO containers ...
DVD-VR
... The DVD-VR standard defines a logical format for video recording on DVD-R, DVD-RW, and DVD-RAM style media, including the dual layer versions of these media ... As opposed to media recorded with the DVD+VR recording standard, the resulting media are not DVD-Video compliant, and will not play back in some DVD-Video players ... Most DVD video recorders in the market that support DVD-R, DVD-RW, or DVD-RAM media will allow recording to these media in DVD-VR mode, as well as in a DVD-Video compliant mode ...
Pietro Grossi - Discography - Dvd Video
... CIRCUS_8 DVD video Quantum Bit Limited Edition / (2008) QuBIT 005. ...
DVD-Video - Audio Data
... The audio data on a DVD movie can be PCM, DTS, MPEG-1 Audio Layer II (MP2), or Dolby Digital (AC-3) format ... In countries using the PAL system standard DVD-Video releases must contain at least one audio track using the PCM, MP2, or AC-3 format, and all standard PAL players must support all three of these formats ... The vast majority of commercial DVD-Video releases today employ AC-3 audio ...
DVD-VR - Technical Format Overview - Directory and File Structure - VRO File Format
... A DVD-VR recorded disc contains a 'DVD_RTAV' directory in the root of the filesystem, in which a single 'VR_MOVIE.VRO' file exists, containing the raw audio and video data for all video recordings on the disc ... Unlike standard DVD-Video recordings, the aspect ratio (43 or 169) is contained in the.VRO file itself as part of the video stream ... Thus DVD-VR supports mixed format presentations within a single.VRO file ...

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