LaserDisc 8-inch disc (1983 – 2001)

8-inch LaserDiscs  were smaller versions of standard LaserDiscs. They were 8-inch (20 cm) in diameter and allowed for 20 minutes of analogue video per side. They were often used for music video compilations, and were released from around 1983 to the end of LaserDisc production in 2001.

The 8-inch LaserDisc format was also used in the Laser Juke video jukebox system, with discs being produced until at least 2002, and some 8-inch CD Video discs were produced from 1987 until around 1992.