DVC


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DVC

(1) (Digital Video Camera) A camcorder that records in digital format. See DV.

(2) (Digital Video Cassette) An earlier term for the DV format. See DV.

(3) See desktop videoconferencing.
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Even day before yesterday, when I was in Delhi, I spoke to him about the situation and requested him to ensure DVC do not release any more water.
While environmental benefits were a definite positive, there were a number of business considerations DVC weighed before a transition to CNG power.
The DVC has a network of thermal and hydel power generation plants across east India and was to supply 400MW power to Delhi by December 2007.
Teaming with DVC are Umea University, Sweden; the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (a component of the UK Ministry of Defence), United Kingdom; and the National Research Council of Canada.
Typical applications for the DVC 70 include a wide range of off-highway equipment especially in the construction, agricultural and forestry markets.
For its part, Fuji is offering a blank DVC that retails for about $20, as well as a two-pack of the cassettes priced at about $35.
These standard video loads will mean users will be less likely to require special equipment to support DVC.
Ministry of Power appointed the Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI) to examine various alternative models for restructuring DVC and suggest the most viable one which would enable DVC to discharge its responsibilities more effectively and efficiently.