HD DVD (High Definition DVD) is a DVD format for storing high-definition video. HD DVD is one of the two new emerging high definition formats, the other is Blu-ray.
HD DVD is designed to replace standard DVD’s. An HD DVD can hold up to 15 GB per layer. HD DVD supports DRM via AACS LA.
HD DVD’s use iHD for interactive content.
HD DVD was developed by a group of companies including Toshiba, Intel, Microsoft and NEC. The DVD Forum has adopted the HD DVD standard as the successor to the standard DVD format.
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