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CDTV

(Commodore Dynamic Total Vision) An earlier multimedia and video game technology from Commodore that also played audio CDs. It was superseded by the CD32 system. See CD32.
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Standards for CD-I were issued in 1988, for DVI in 1989, for CD-ROM XA in 1990, and for CDTV in 1991.(103) Also issued in 1991 was the Multimedia Personal Computer (MPC) standard format.
AmigaVision Professional fully supports Commodore's CDTV Interactive Player and includes a built-in database module to manipulate both text and numeric data.
Now anyone can easily make |one-off' CD-Recordable discs in ISO 9660, HFS, CDTV, DV-I, CD-I, CD-Audio, and UNIX formats and use them on any CD-ROM reader," said Alan Guzzetti, National Sales Manager for CD-R.
CD-ROMs in Print[TM] 1993: An International Guide to CD-ROM, CD-I, CDTV and Electronic Book Products
Green has been refining these ideas for decades, but only recently found the technology that would make it possible to implement them: Amiga multimedia computers and the CDTV player, all from Commodore Business Machines, Inc., of West Chester, Pa.
Commodore's CDTV, according to Tandy, is an example of trying to fit existing technology into new clothes.
CDR 1700 CD-ROM Drive Hitachi CDR 1750 CD-ROM Drive Hitachi CDR 3600 CD-ROM Drive Hitachi CDR 3700 CD-ROM Drive Hitachi CDR 3750 CD-ROM Drive Hitachi CDTV Commodore Business Machines Census Windows: TIGER Tools GEOVISION, Inc.
Over in the Commodore booth, a CDTV player was previewed.
* CDTV Reference Set * CDTV Early Childhood Set Courtland Group * Ultra series (optical imaging software, multi-user and/or jukebox installations) Ed Tech, Inc.