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dV/dt

the rate of change of voltage with respect to time.

DV

Abbreviation for:
daily value
Dengue virus
dependent variable
diagnostic variable
digital vibration
dilute volume
distance vision
distemper virus
distribution volume
district valuer 
domestic violence 
domiciliary visit
double vision
ductus venosus
dysfunctional voiding

DV

1. Daily value, see there.
2. Dorsoventral.

DV

Abbreviation for daily value.

DV

dorsoventral.
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Interested parties should send a VHS or mini DV tape along with contact information, biography and information regarding the content of the work including own rights to the movie to Mario Garibaldi: "The Reel Project" to mun2 television at 2470 W.
Using the direct recording functions, users can plug a DV camera into the FireWire(R) port of their PC and burn a DVD directly from the DV tape.
Using DV-AVI, the same 10GB hard drive would store only 45 minutes of video footage -- not even enough to store a standard DV tape.
Files can be captured as AVI or MPEG files, and DV AVI files can be converted back to DV tape for archiving.
These movies can then be output for viewing on the Web, transferred back to DV tape or burned onto CD or DVD, complete with interactive menus, through PowerDirector Pro's Disc Making Wizard.
Content can then be captured, edited, and archived on a CD, DVD, Flash card, or DV tape.
Using DV-AVI, the same 10GB hard drive would store only 45 minutes of video footage - not even enough to store a standard DV tape.
Both models use two varieties of media, Mini DV tape for recording video and SD memory cards for storing still images and short MPEG-4 movie clips.
Using WinDVD Creator's direct recording functions users can plug a DV camera in the FireWire (1394, iLink) port of their PC and burn a DVD directly from the DV tape -- no editing involved.
In addition to printing back to DV tape and saving in AVI or Video CD MPEG-1 formats, muvee autoProducer DVD Edition lets users save their finished productions as DVD-ready MPEG-2 files, which they can either play back on their PCs, or drag and drop into any external DVD-authoring program to be authored onto DVD-R/RW media.
Pinnacle Studio saves disk space with its SmartCapture technology -- an entire DV tape can be captured in as little as 360MB.
The Digital Hi-Def Camcorder GR-HD1 is the world's first consumer camcorder able to record and play back 1280x720/30p viewable (750 total progressive scanning lines) digital high-definition and 525p progressive wide images using Mini DV tape.