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VDP may refer to:

In technology:

  • Variable data printing, type of on-demand printing in which text and graphics may be altered in-process
  • Variable data publishing, may to any variable data output, often to distinguish from "variable data printing" for electronic viewing output
  • Vector Distance Panning, technique for panning sounds around a 3D array of speakers
  • Video Disk Player, fore-runner of DVD player, now an obsolete format
  • Video Display Processor, term used by Sega and other manufacturers for the Video Display Controller in some of its video game consoles
  • Vendor Development Program, to run the transfer of work as referring to AIRBUS specification and model.

Wine and viniculture:

  • Verband Deutscher Prädikats- und Qualitätsweingüter, or the Association of German Prädikat Wine Estates
  • Vin de pays, French wine classification


  • Van Dyke Parks, American composer and arranger
  • Vocational Dental Practitioner, new or recent United Kingdom dental school graduate on a training programme
  • Visual descent point in aviation
  • Village Development Plan as used in various development projects in India, Nepal and other places, often by a village development committee.
  • Vehicle Details Page as used in online automotive advertising.
  • Visual Descent Point (VDP) is a defined point on a straight-in, non-precision approach from which you can descend below the MDA.
  • Vanden Plas, a coachbuilder and later, automotive marque and model designation, originally spelled Van den Plas and abbreviated "VdP".