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disk image

A file that contains a copy of a hard disk or optical disk, copied bit for bit from the original. The image is used to replicate its entire contents to another disk, and the destination disk is an exact duplicate of the original, including all data, free space and slack space. See ISO image, free space, slack space and cloning software.
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And the other half were told to expect a normal DVD image.
openSUSE 11.0 is available as a full DVD image that includes both GNOME and KDE, which gives users the ability to perform custom software selection at installation, or GNOME and KDE live CDs.
An accompanying disk contains a DVD image archive, with images provided as high-resolution TIFF files, plus macros for various image-creation tasks.
Heartlab's DVD Image Archive is that solution." His five cath labs perform an estimated 5,000 procedures a year.
Using Heartlab's network-connected diagnostic review stations, clinicians can instantaneously access several thousand diagnostic cardiac catheterization or echocardiography cases stored on the Encompass Enterprise Server, and access in less than 30 seconds cases stored on the Encompass DVD Image Archive.
Though WHV doesn't say if any 65mm picture elements were used in the process, the DVD image has a sharpness and detail, especially in medium shots and closeups, that replicate the almost 3-D physicality of the best 70mm pics.
The still images are then replaced by a moving DVD image, in which the camera closes in eerily on the back of the man's neck.
Nero now includes DVD ISO/UDF/UDF Bridge, Bootable DVD, DVD Copy, and DVD Image. The latest upgrade of InCD, version 3, now incorporates UDF packet writing for compatible DVD+RW and DVD-RW drives.
* SCSI CD-ROMs now support DVD images. * Bugfixes for IDE media change also apply to SCSI.
Its 20x DVD [+ or -] R/40x CD-R drive features a 25 amp input/output capacity, sturdy fan, and 160GB hard drive that stores up to 31 full-size DVD images. Duplication rates are 7 DVDs or 14 CDs per hour.
High-definition images, with 1080 lines of pixels per inch, have more than twice the density of 480-line standard DVD images, an improvement that is noticeable on the large-screen televisions that have become increasingly common.
on Monday unveiled a product that brings television broadcasts and DVD images to a mobile device wherever a user is located.