|Definition||:||High Definition/Density Digital Versatile/Video Disc|
|Category||:||Computing » Data Storage|
What does HD-DVD mean?
High Definition/Density Digital Versatile Disc (HD-DVD) or Digh-Density DVD, is a high-density optical disc format for storing data and high-definition video. HD-DVD is capable of storing 15 GB per layer, which is almost three times more than the traditional DVD that is only able to hold 4.7GB.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of HD-DVD?
The full form of HD-DVD is High Definition/Density Digital Versatile/Video Disc