Book details of 'Dvd Demystified: The Guidebook for Dvd-Video and Dvd-Rom'
|Title||Dvd Demystified: The Guidebook for Dvd-Video and Dvd-Rom|
|Publisher||McGraw Hill Text|
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A sort of protracted Popular Science-style article about digital video disc (DVD) technology and its applications, DVD Demystified provides readers
with almost every technical and practical detail about this new means of encoding data on disks.
This book teaches you how data (computer data, sound, video, or a combination of the three) are encoded on DVD and how DVD readers extract it.
This guide includes plenty of information about bandwidth, aspect ratios, and the other technical details that go into storing, transmitting, and
retrieving video information--media nerds will have a field day. A nifty quiz helps you decide whether DVD equipment is worth buying in your
case. Furthermore, DVD Demystified shows you how DVD fits into the historical progression of recording media--it's sort of a shock to be
reminded that Thomas Edison made his first wax-cylinder recordings in 1880.
While Taylor's assertion that "DVD is the future" may or may not prove to be true, his thought-provoking responses to various criticisms of DVD
make entertaining and informative reading. He also goes into detail about how DVD fits into various environments, including home video, personal
computing, and business applications. He even includes a cable-by-cable guide to hooking up a DVD player.
Simply put, this is the best encyclopedia of DVD information on the market, as it helps you understand DVD thoroughly from both technical and
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