From Just Solve the File Format Problem
CD-i (Compact Disc Interactive, also written as CD-I or CDI) is a multimedia compact disc format, which is defined by the "Green Book" standard.
The CD-i filesystem format is similar to ISO 9660, but the signature in a volume descriptor is "
CD-I " (note trailing space), instead of "
- CD-i Emulator
- Philips CD-i emulators
- Link to CD-i Filesystem Driver for use on Windows 95/98/Me
- Article about CD-i Filesystem Driver
- Explanation of CD-i support in ISOBuster
- Python tools for extracting file system data and decoding audio and image tracks from CD-i discs
- Two disc image downloads
- Internet Archive Software Collection - Search for "CD-i"
- Wikipedia article: Philips CD-i
- Wikipedia article: Green Book (CD standard)
- The New International CD-i Association (probably the most exhaustive website on all things CD-i)
- Philips CD-i FAQ
- The 8-Bit Guy: Philips CD-i, The multimedia future that never was (video)