Definition Edit

An Interactive Video Disc (IVD) is

an information storage medium used with computers to support programs requiring a very large quantity of visuals (e.g., long, full-motion video sequences, or a very large library of complex graphics). Interactive Video Disc uses text, graphics, full motion analog video, and audio. It is always delivered on a videodisc-based system.[1]

References Edit

  1. Department of the Army, Training: Multimedia Courseware Development Guide 9 (TRADOC Pamphlet 350-70-2) (June 26, 2003) (full-text).

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