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DV is the codec (compression system) you want with your AVI. If you're getting a DV-AVI, you're getting what you need.
Now, there are two types of DV-AVIs (called Type 1 and Type 2, interestingly). They're virtually identical in content, and only a little Microsoft quirk separates them.
In fact, pretty much only Microsoft uses Type 1's.
All of which is more than you need to know.
So, yes. The short answer is a NTSC DV-AVI is an NTSC DV-AVI. If your digitizer is creating them from your old video, you're in.
Wonderful. Thanks again. It's going to be PAL (Europe) but that will not matter, I suppose.
BTW: With Prel 7, will there also be a new "Video in a Snap"? Great book...
Actually, I've just published "The Muvipix.com Guide to Premiere Elements 7", Felix! Thanks for asking. And thanks for the wonderful compliment!
It should be available soon. (I'll definitely post a notice when it is.)
Nice! Good news. You post a notice, I'll buy a copy.