A DVD player plays DVD movies. Generally a DVD player can play CDâ€™s. Certain DVD players come with MP3 decoders allowing the playback of an MP3 encoded CD. Specific units also come equipped with a TV tuner for of air TV reception.
An integral part of many home theater systems, DVD players use digital technology for a quality viewing experience. DVD movies generally contain features including Dolby Digital Sound, several language tracks, and wide screen or normal viewing options on a single DVD-video disc.
The software used to watch DVD movies. The DVD player displays a window with buttons you use to watch a movie. ECC [error checking and correction] A type of memory that includes special circuitry for testing the accuracy of data as it passes in and out of memory.
DVD Player (formerly Apple DVD Player) is the default DVD player in Mac OS X. It supports all the standard DVD features such as multiple audio, video & subtitle tracks as well as Dolby audio, [email protected] URLs and closed captions. In some instances, users can choose which VOB file to open.