MultiMedia Compact Disc

MultiMedia Compact Disc

(storage)
(MMCD) A CD-ROM standard for storing 4.7 GB of data including video. MMCD is being developed by a large numer of computer manufacturers and is expected to be shipped in late 1996 or early 1997. Initially it will be aimed at the consumer market, then perhaps in CD-ROM format for computers, and maybe later on erasble CD.
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Multimedia Compact Disc (MMCD) that stores 135 min of film at tv-studio quality.
March 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Mammoth Micro Productions today announced that PlayXA(TM), the company's cross-platform family of multimedia playback applications, is now integrated with the most popular publishing applications that run on the Sony Multimedia Compact Disc (MMCD) Player: Dataware CD Answer, IBM Portable Linkway, Microsoft Multimedia Viewer Publishing Toolkit 2.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- IBM and Cleveland-based International Writing Institute (IWI) today announced the development of a multimedia compact disc version of IWI's popular writing course, "Put It in Writing.
The drive is also compatible with the leading multimedia compact disc formats, including CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, CD-I, CD-DA, CD-Bridge, CD-Extra, and Video CD.
s highly anticipated multimedia compact disc player for the Jaguar 64 interactive home entertainment system has hit the stores and is jumping off the shelves.
ODC) Tuesday unveiled at REPLItech International high density stampers and molded discs that conform to the Sony-Philips MultiMedia Compact Disc (MMCD) and Toshiba-Time Warner Super Density (SD) compact disc physical formats.
In the past five months, two different -- and currently incompatible -- future compact-disc formats have been proposed: the MultiMedia Compact Disc (MMCD) format by Sony and Philips and the Super Density (SD) format by a group of electronics and entertainment companies led by Toshiba.
28, 1994--Atlantic Records has entered into a long-term agreement with REV Entertainment, one of the first companies to create multimedia compact disc programming (CD+) and a developer of CD-ROM games.

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