DVI

Definition : Digital Video Interactive
Category : Computing » Compression & Encoding
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What does DVI mean?

Digital Video Interactive (DVI) was the first multimedia desktop video standard for IBM-compatible personal computers, developed around 1984 by Section 17 of The David Sarnoff Research Center Labs (DSRC) then a division of RCA. DVI technology allowed full-screen, full motion video, as well as stereo audio, still images, and graphics to be presented on a DOS-based desktop computer. DVI content was usually distributed on CD-ROM discs, which in turn was decoded and displayed via specialized hardware installed in the computer.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is the full form of DVI in Compression & Encoding?

The full form of DVI is Digital Video Interactive

What are the full forms of DVI in Computing?

Digital Video Interactive | DeVice-Independent

What are the full forms of DVI in Worldwide?

Digital Visual Interface | Digital Video Interactive | Direct Voice Input | DeVice-Independent