FVD(redirected from Forward Versatile Disc)
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FVD(Forward Versatile Disc) A Tawanese high-definition DVD format that was launched in early 2005. It was a three-layer format using the same red laser as a DVD, but with a narrower track to bump capacity from 4.7 to 5.4GB per layer. However, the format apparently died as there has been no further news, and the official site (www.fvd.org.tw) was last updated in 2006. See HD formats.
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