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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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References in periodicals archive ?
Digital video (DV, DVCAM, HDV, DVCPRO, DVCPRO HD, XDCAM etc.)--independent and television documentary
A range of formats including XAVC Intra/Long, MPEG HD422, MPEG HD and DVCAM are available to support established workflows.
The endoscopic pictures were recorded (DVCAM digital medical recorder, Sony Corp., Tokyo, Japan) and imported into iMovie (Apple Inc., Cupertino, CA, USA) for subsequent image analysis.
Strip-transect surveys were conducted with each vehicle, and the resultant video footage was recorded onto MiniDV (HOV) or DVCAM (ROV) tapes.
A high-speed digital single-lens reflex (SLR) camera (Nikon D1X (16)) was used for the zoomed data collection, paired alongside a mini-digital video camera (Sony DVCAM, DSR-PDX10 Model L10A).
In 1991 we found him making a film on a DVcam with almost no stars and a very uncommon story.
Each laptop can support all popular HD and SD formats, including HQ, DV, DVCam, HDV, DVCPro, MPEG-2 and uncompressed video.
Recording formats include 1920x1080, 1440x1080, and 1280x720 at 23.98/25/29.97p, 50/59.94i and, in DVCAM mode, 25/29.97PsF and 50/59.94i.
store material on a variety of digital broadcast standards, mainly DVCam