Knowledge about DV
DV was first called DVC (as in Digital Video Cassette), later it was called simply DV. It is used in many consumer and professional grade digital camcorders. DV can be captured from a DV camcorder, stored in a file on computer, or stored on tape using a video tape recorder (VTR). On Windows, DirectShow based DV capture program normally capture the DV into an AVI file. However, QuickTime based software would generally create a .DV file without the AVI header. To convert DV video (with .dv extension) to other formats, please have Apple QuickTime is installed.
To convert AVI to DV on Mac OS X, a professional AVI to DV converting software is necessary. AVI to DV Converter Mac is a professional video/audio converter and DVD Creator, which can convert almost video formats and burn video to DVD format for popular media players, such as iPad, iPod, iPhone and Apple TV.
The Mac AVI to DV Converter program also helps you download online videos from a wide range of popular video-sharing websites like YouTube, Yahoo, Vimeo, Break, Metacafe, Facebook, etc. for playback on Mac or any popular video players you like!
Tips: To find more user tutorials about converting AVI to other video formats.
Processing to Convert AVI to DV With the AVI to DV Converter
- Download AVI to DV Converter. Install and run it on your computer.
- Click "Add File" button to import the source AVI files you would like to convert to DV format. Then you can see the effect of the source files in the Preview Panel on the right side of the interface.
- Set DV as output format.
Now you need to go to the format drop-down list, choose DV as the output format. If you are not satisfied with the current video settings, you can adjust them by clicking the "Option" button.
- Convert AVI to DV
After the above settings have been done, simply click Start button to begin the AVI to DV Conversion process.
With this Video Converter for Mac, you can also Edit AVI and other video files on Mac.