DualDisc


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DualDisc

A combination CD/DVD disc with one side containing up to 60 minutes of Red Book audio and the other side for DVD material. Also called a "flipper," the DVD side may include any video content such as a music video, behind-the-scenes footage or DVD-Audio for higher-quality audio playback. See CD, DVD and DVD-Audio.
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But many contemporary SACDs add a layer of unprotected CD to the DRM-heavy SACD layer--and the new DualDisc puts regular CD on one side, DVD-Video (with DRM) on the other.
A European group led by pressing firm Sonapress are working on a format called DVD Plus and five major record firms have begun test-marketing a format called DualDisc in the US However, a spokesman for Phillips, who along with Sony invented the CD format, warn the discs do not completely meet CD specifications.
InterVideo WinDVD 5 and the DVD-Audio Pack can be used to play the new CD/DVD Audio flip disc, called DualDisc. The CD/DVD Audio discs are double-sided discs with Compact Disc-compatible digital audio (44.1kHz 16-bit) on one side and high-resolution (192kHz 24-bit) DVD-Audio content on the other side.