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CD-I

abbr.
compact disk-interactive
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CD-I

abbreviation for
(Electronics) trademark Compact Disc Interactive
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Translations

CD-I

® ADJ ABBR =compact disc interactiveCD-I m
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CD-I®

[ˌsiːdiːˈaɪ] n abbr (=Compact Disc Interactive) → CD-I m, disque m compact interactifCD player nplatine f laser
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References in periodicals archive ?
CD-ROM XA is a specification that provides guidelines for audio compression and allows the drive to read discs that have the audio, video and other digital data interleaved.
If possible, the drive should support the CD-ROM XA and Multisession Photo CD specifications.
This combines Chinon's 535 Series CD-ROM drives--which boast double-speed technology, 280ms average access speeds, 256K data buffer, full multisession Photo CD and CD-ROM XA compatibility, and MPC and QuickTime support--with four educational titles.
The proposed development of CD-ROM XA defines an encoding scheme and format for audio information.
The growth of this may have an effect on the MS-DOS platform trying to move down into the mass market." Hargrove retorted, "Potentially, [but] I don't know if the threat is any more real than CD-I." Doi then invited manufacturers of all computer architectures to join in on CD-ROM XA to create a "common space" between IBM PCs, Macintoshes and CD-I systems.
That's precisely whyt Philips, Sony and Microsoft announced CD-ROM XA in September 1988.
And in October, the newest, compact disc-based technologies such as CD-ROM XA, CD-I and DV-I will be covered.