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The '''CD''' (Compact Disc) is a popular medium for recorded sound as well as computer data. It is a laser-read optical disc. Discs of the same size were later used for the [[DVD]] and [[Blu-ray Disc]] formats, allowing the same player to support all of these formats.
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The '''CD''' (Compact Disc) is a popular medium for recorded sound as well as computer data, developed by Philips and Sony. It is a laser-read optical disc. Discs of the same size were later used for the [[DVD]] and [[Blu-ray Disc]] formats, allowing the same player to support all of these formats.
  
 
== Types ==
 
== Types ==
 
* [[CD-DA]] (Compact Disc Digital Audio or Red Book)
 
* [[CD-DA]] (Compact Disc Digital Audio or Red Book)
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* [[CD-Extra]] (Blue Book)
 
* [[CD-MIDI]]
 
* [[CD-MIDI]]
 
* [[CD-ROM]] (Yellow Book)
 
* [[CD-ROM]] (Yellow Book)
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* [[CD-ROM XA]]
 
* [[DD-CD]] (Double-density Compact Disc)
 
* [[DD-CD]] (Double-density Compact Disc)
 
* [[Enhanced CD]]
 
* [[Enhanced CD]]
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* [[Linked MultiSession]]
 
* [[Photo CD]] (Beige Book)
 
* [[Photo CD]] (Beige Book)
 
* [[CD-i]] (Green Book)
 
* [[CD-i]] (Green Book)
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* Developing a Robust Migration Workflow for Preserving and Curating Hand-held Media [http://anjackson.net/keeping-codes/practice/developing-a-robust-migration-workflow-for-preserving-and-curating-handheld-media.html html], [http://arxiv.org/abs/1309.4932 pdf pre-print].
 
* Developing a Robust Migration Workflow for Preserving and Curating Hand-held Media [http://anjackson.net/keeping-codes/practice/developing-a-robust-migration-workflow-for-preserving-and-curating-handheld-media.html html], [http://arxiv.org/abs/1309.4932 pdf pre-print].
 
* [http://wiki.opf-labs.org/display/SPR/Audio+CD+Preservation SPRUCE/OPF Audio CD Preservation]
 
* [http://wiki.opf-labs.org/display/SPR/Audio+CD+Preservation SPRUCE/OPF Audio CD Preservation]
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* [https://www.bitsgalore.org/2015/11/13/preserving-optical-media-from-the-command-line Preserving optical media from the command line]
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== Format information ==
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* [https://www.gnu.org/software/libcdio/libcdio.html#CD-Formats CD Formats overview] - GNU libcdio documentation
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* [https://byuu.net/compact-discs/structure Compact Disc Structure] (byuu.net)
  
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==
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* [http://www.openplanetsfoundation.org/comment/559 Establishing a Workflow Model for Audio CD Preservation]
 
* [http://www.openplanetsfoundation.org/comment/559 Establishing a Workflow Model for Audio CD Preservation]
 
* [https://instagram.com/p/1qs52OMeM9/ It turns out that your CD drives really don't like having CDs explode inside them]
 
* [https://instagram.com/p/1qs52OMeM9/ It turns out that your CD drives really don't like having CDs explode inside them]
* [https://www.gnu.org/software/libcdio/libcdio.html#CD-Formats CD Formats overview] - GNU libcdio documentation
 
 
* [http://www.filfre.net/2016/09/a-slow-motion-revolution/ A Slow-Motion Revolution] - History of the CD-ROM (including CD-I)
 
* [http://www.filfre.net/2016/09/a-slow-motion-revolution/ A Slow-Motion Revolution] - History of the CD-ROM (including CD-I)
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Tx6TYnPat8 Video: Introducing the amazing Compact Disc (1982)]
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[[Category:Philips]]
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[[Category:Sony]]

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Released 1982

The CD (Compact Disc) is a popular medium for recorded sound as well as computer data, developed by Philips and Sony. It is a laser-read optical disc. Discs of the same size were later used for the DVD and Blu-ray Disc formats, allowing the same player to support all of these formats.

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