Definitions for "Photo CD"
Keywords:  kodak, pcd, ycc, eastman, philips
CD format defined by Kodak and Philips for storing photographs for display and/or subsequent printing.
Kodak announced the concept of the Photo CD System to the world in late September of 1990. It was originally introduced as a means whereby the consumer could store his or her pictures on a convenient, compact disc and view them easily on any television set. As initially conceived, a PCD file -- or Image Pac -- could be created from any 35mm color or black and white negative or color slide. After conventional processing, the film is scanned and digitally written to a Photo CD disc. Each disc holds approximately 100 images. A thermal index print with a file access number for each image is intended to simplify image selection for viewing on a television set with a Photo CD player or on the monitor of a computer with a CD-ROM X drive.
Process whereby images from film are stored onto a CD. Pioneered by Kodak.
Measurement of the width of the CD bar patterned into photo resist.  This determines if the photo pattern was produced optimally.  If it is determined that the photo pattern is satisfactory, the wafers are passed on to etching.
Keywords:  safe, archiving, way, your
a safe way of archiving your photos