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Definition: Picture CD

An imaging system from Kodak (www.kodak.com) that digitizes 35mm or Advantix film and stores the pictures as JPEG images on a CD-ROM. Like Kodak's Photo CD system, the process is done by a photofinisher, but Picture CD is geared more for the consumer and provides only one high-resolution image of each picture rather than several. Software for Mac and Windows also comes on the CD-ROM (technically a CD-PROM) that lets you zoom, crop and remove red-eye from the pictures. See CD-PROM and Photo CD.