DV

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Related to DVCAM: DVCPRO, Mini DV

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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And you can do it extraordinarily well if you start using some of the more expensive high-end digital systems, using formats such as DVCAM, Digital Betacam or even high-definition video.
net) will be able to not only read and hear interviews with the astronauts but also view live and archived footage created using Sony's DSR-130 DVCAM digital video camera and transmitted through the Web using Microsoft's NetShow 2.
DVCAM format recording, said to be the de facto standard for business and industrial video production, is also introduced as a standard feature in the PMW-320, while remaining an optional feature in the PMW-350.
Tape and physical sources such as Beta, DVCAM, MiniDV, DVD, and DVCPro in both NTSC and PAL formats are generally captured using an NLE and exported as DV25 AVI files for consistency and archival purposes.
Video recording of contests was conducted using a Sony DVCAM digital video recorder.
The camcorder can record HDV, DVCAM and DV images at 60i, 50i, 30, 25 or 24 frames per second in SD or HD.
Offering zero-parallax imaging, the system is compatible wide S-VHS, DVCAM, and PC or laptop computers with IEEE 1394 cables.
CWS-30 provides quick and efficient data transfer of footage from the camera to the CWS-30 using the Sony DSR-DU1 DVCAM video disk unit.
Lo filma --junto con su esposa, la actriz Lourdes Elizarraras-- solo "por placer, pasion y demencia" con una camara digital DVCAM.
Prior to this, we were ingesting content onto DVCAM tapes, undertaking linear machine-to-machine editing and playing material using VTRs in the news studio," stated Khaled Alsayegh, Project Manager at KTV.
4 accommodates automatic handling of mixed size (large/small) and mixed standard (PAL/NTSC) videotape cassettes; associates migration profiles on an individual or group videotape basis during the preparation process; and includes an enhanced user interface with additional robotic system status messaging and support for DVCAM and DVCPRO tape formats.
But for higher end shooting, such as TV broadcast, there is a quiet war rolling between two rival DV derivative formats: DVCAM and DVCPro.