Since you asked, here are the stats as of March 2009: Size: 598 KB Number of words: 69,767 Number of external links: 1,978 If you're wondering why it's all in one big piece instead of broken into smaller pieces that would load faster, the main reason is so you can use the find feature of your browser to easily search the entire FAQ. DVD is essentially a bigger, faster CD that can hold high-quality digital video, better-than-CD audio, pictures, and any other sort of digital information.
I realize this causes problems with Web TV browsers. DVD encompasses home entertainment, computers, and business information with a single digital format.
Pointers to other DVD sites are scattered throughout the FAQ and in section 6.4.
The DVD FAQ is written by Jim Taylor, the author of DVD Demystified, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About DVD, and Blu-ray Disc Demystified.
Higher data rates can result in higher quality, with almost no perceptible difference from the master at rates above 6 Mbps.