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Saturday, October 25, 2003
DVD+RW Video format specifications v2.0 has been released


Philips launched the Version 2.0 format specifications for DVD+RW Video describing the second generation DVD+RW Video discs. The new version provides the same level of playback compatibility with existing DVD-Video players as first generation discs while adding more features.

- Improved support for the combination of video and data files on the same physical disc
- Flexible starting point for video recording, allowing for more space for the menus
- Flexible number of navigation commands for Titles, allowing for more complex navigation systems
- Prepared for content protection systems

This DVD+RW Video Format Specification version 2.0 is designed in such a way, that new recorders can upgrade discs containing version 1.x video material to version 2.0 and start using (some of) the new features.
v Recorders supporting Video Format version 1.x may refuse adding content to a disc, which has been recorded already on a DVD+RW recorder supporting the version 2.0 of this standard. In general, recorders should never modify or append to DVD+RW discs containing Video Format material with a higher version number than they are designed for.


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