The Recordable DVD Council (RDVDC) has recently announced a number of measures to further
accelerate the expansion of the DVD recording market. Among these moves, the RDVDC has
created a new "RAM Compatible" logo to designate products capable of recording and playing
back-- or just playing back--video images on DVD-RAM discs in the Video Recording Format.
The Video Recording Format was standardized by the DVD Forum in 1999, and is widely used
allowing real-time recording, editing and playing back of audio and video data in both
computer and consumer AV environment.
It also announced the establishment of the Compatibility Working Group to ensure
interoperability of products using RDVDC-supported recordable DVD formats (DVD-RAM, DVD-R and
With a growing number of companies manufacturing recordable DVD products, the RDVDC
established the Compatibility Working Group to support newcomers to this market. The group
also looks to encourage the development of new products, further ensuring the compatibility
of recordable DVD products.
For detailed information and data on the RAM Compatible logo, please visit the website of the
Recordable DVD Council