The last time Lighting Dimensions looked at the home video market, the Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) was but a glimmer on the horizon. This spring the format arrived, and by summer the first DVDs were widely available. It is a promising technology: the discs are CD-sized, and their interactive menus enable you to access features that include multiple languages and Dolby Digital multichannel audio. A DVD can hold up to 133 minutes of movie on one side, and on some players you can choose ...

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