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DV

abbreviation for
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) Deo volente
2. (Bible) Douay Version (of the Bible)
3. (Electronics) digital video
[(sense 1) Latin: God willing]
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D.V.

1. God willing.
2. Douay Version.
[< Latin Deo volente]
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Translations

DV

ADV ABBR =Deo volente (= God willing) → D. m.
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DV

[ˌdiːˈviː] abbr (=Deo volente) → si Dieu le veut
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DV

abbr of deo volenteso Gott will
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In our opinion this has a terrible low resolution image, records to DV tape that we don't stock and requires a down converted signal before going into it as it can only take standard definition.
For the third video camera which had a mini DV tape images storage system we used an image processing program called "Ulead Video Studio".
The camera features three 1/3-inch CCDs with a total of 1.67-megapixels, along with the company's proprietary DIGIC DVII image processing engine and HD codec chip, allowing HD images to be recorded on a Mini DV tape in 1080i HDV-standard format.
Another category in which the company can boost chain drug sales is camcorder mini DV tape. With demand for camcorders soaring, Maxell has seen 50%-plus annual compounded growth in its brand of mini DV tape, according to Brinkman.
Sound mix on the vivid DV tape projected was punchy and full.
I would suggest that finished productions should be exported to DV tape and archived in that small low-cost way.
Once the video is completed, users can save their video to a DV tape, or create digital movies for Internet, PC and CD.