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1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for East Germany prior to its reunification with West Germany. This was the code used in international transactions to and from bank accounts in East Germany.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for East Germany. This was used as an international standard for shipping to East Germany.

In both cases, the code is obsolete.
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SurCode for Dolby Digital Plus retails for $295 and is available directly at www.minnetonkaaudioshop.com/DDCC
All of them are encoded by its third-party processing partner Encompass Digital Media, in Los Angeles, using Dolby Digital Plus, which VUDU CTO and vice president of engineering Prasanna Ganesan says is used for its backward compatibility with Dolby Digital, the most widely used consumer codec.
Camera (color), Vardhana Vunchuplou; editor, Sunit Asawanikul; music, Soothorn Yodsrithong; art director, Somphoch Salugkum; sound (Dolby Digital), Sunit Asawanikul.
Founded in 1992, Taran, based in Ocean Park, Cardiff Bay, was the first Welsh facility house to be granted a Dolby licence, and the first facility outside London to be granted a full Dolby Digital licence.
As well as being the newest cinema in the region with the most competitive prices, Cineworld offers wall-to-wall screens, Dolby digital surround sound, extra legroom and full stadium seats.
He continues, "They might not have every feature, but they contain the basics like Dolby Digital and Digital Theater Systems output capability for great sound, and S-video for excellent picture quality."
Home systems incorporating the popular 5.1 Dolby Digital standard use five full-range channels--left, right, left surround, right surround, and a center channel for dialogue.
The DTT2500 Digital delivers powerful Dolby Digital 5.1 multi-channel sound on movies from a PC-DVD or DVD player and enhances 3D positional audio in games or music.
The kit includes a PowerBook DVD-ROM module (a hot-swappable, second-generation PowerBook DVD-ROM module capable of reading CD-ROM discs, including audio CDs, as well as DVD-ROM discs) and a PowerBook DVD-Video PC Card (provides high-performance MPEG-2 decoding technology to deliver full-screen, 30-frames-per-second playback and quality audio via synchronized decoding of Dolby Digital audio).
Using Liquid Audio's Secure Portable Player Platform (SP3), the device should be able to playback music in multiple compression formats, including Dolby Digital, AAC and Genuine MP3.
The Zapex MPEG-2 encoder for video, Dolby Digital, AC-3 two channel, and 5.1 Surround Sound has a GUI interface that non-MPEG users can implement to frame accurate stop/start encoding.