Use Microsoft DV AVI with the DV preset. That is the same format you captured. Raw is used in photography, not in video. Uncompressed takes around 5 times the disk space and will not gain you anything, unless you intend to use it for further editing.
Thank you. I sort of thought that was the right answer, but I wasn't sure.
By "raw," I just meant high-quality editable DV video . . . not compressed. For instance, there is a difference between uncompressed DV Quicktime video and Quicktime videos that are optimized for use online. That was the only distinction I was drawing by saying "raw."
Thanks for the assistance.
On the PC, with SD material, the DV-AVI Type II w/ 48KHz 16-bit PCM/WAV Audio is the base from which PrPro edits from. If one Imports, say an MPEG-2, or a WMV file, internally PrPro will basically convert those to DV-AVI for editing.