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Desktop Video

  • By: Kathy Broneck
  • In: Encyclopedia of New Media
  • Edited by: Steve Jones
  • Subject:General Media, Communication & Cultural Studies

The term desktop video (DTV) refers to any pre-recorded or real-time video that is capable of being played or edited on a desktop computer. Examples of playable desktop DTVs can range from converted video camera footage to computer video conferencing.

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