- noun (written as video-CD)a CD-ROM that stores digital video data conforming to the Philips White Book standard and uses MPEG compression for the full-motion video data
- A compact disc format which incorporates video, along with the audio. These may only be read by specific devices, such as a CD video player. Neither an audio CD player, nor a computer CD-ROM drive can access the information on discs in this format. Its abbreviation is VCD. Also called CD video.