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β‡’ Category:Video Files

πŸ“Œ A .DV file category is reserved for videos captured and shot by a digital video (the term can also stand for DV abbreviation) camera. Typically, all of .DV sequences are saved to the DV tape of the camera and utilize a standard raw extension specification for the .DV videotracks. Several up-to-date video editing suites are compatible with the .TV technological pattern. As long as .DV data elements are frequently composed of generic videos captured by a digital video camcorder, they may also include videos stored and opened in a program-specific layout, such as DV-AVI or QuickTime-DV. If your target .DV entry consists of videos captured in a program-specific tech definition, it may not be successfully opened up in other program packages or players.

How to open an .DV file?

πŸ“Œ The .DV file structure is perfectly comprehended, opened up and recognized by a solid multitude of program products, among which are proficient video editors (CyberLink PowerDirector, Roxio Creator NXT Pro, Adobe Flash Professional, Windows Movie Maker, Kdenlive, Apple iMovie), disk burners and rippers (Roxio Toast, Roxio Popcorn), and certainly players (CyberLink PowerDVD, VLC, MPlayer, QuickTime Player, Elmedia Player). The .DV format arrangement is perfectly readable by all desktop operating platforms and environments, including Linux and all of their related forks and branches.

Programs to open .DV file - Digital Video File

  • Windows
  • Mac OS
  • Linux
  • 🌐 Software
    ⌨️ Developer
    πŸ’΅ License
  • The VideoLAN Team
  • MPlayer team
  • Jean-Baptiste Mardelle
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