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What does DVI mean?
DVI is an Output file from a TeX-based program, such as LaTeX; contains typesetting information to be sent to a printer; requires a DVI driver, but is “device-independent,” meaning it can be printed on almost any kind of typographic output device; similar to a PostScript (.PS) file.
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||DVI||Digital Visual Interface|
||DVI||Digital Video Interactive|
||DVI||Direct Voice Input|
||DVI||District Court of the Virgin Islands|
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of DVI in File Formats?
The full form of DVI is DeVice-Independent