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INSTRUCTIONS
HARD DISK CAMCORDER
GZ-MG57E/EK
To deactivate the demonstration mode, set "DEMO
MODE" to "OFF". (
pg. 55)
GETTING STARTED
RECORDING
PLAYBACK
EDITING/PRINTING
DUBBING
MENU SETTINGS
FURTHER
INFORMATION
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing this
hard disk camera. Before use,
please read the safety
information and precautions
contained in pages 4 and 5 to
ensure safe use of this product.
LYT1617-001A
ENGLISH
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Summary of Contents

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    ENGLISH GETTING STARTED INSTRUCTIONS RECORDING HARD DISK CAMCORDER GZ-MG57E/EK PLAYBACK EDITING/PRINTING DUBBING MENU SETTINGS FURTHER INFORMATION To deactivate the demonstration mode, set “DEMO Dear Customer, MODE” to “OFF”. ( pg. 55) Thank you for purchasing this hard disk camera. Before use, please read the safety information and precautions contained in pages 4 and 5 to...

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    Major Features The camera has a built-in high-capacity HDD (hard disk drive) that enables you to record videos and still images in massive quantities. To record videos ( pg. 18) To playback videos ( pg. 28) To record still images ( pg.

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    When requesting repairs for breakdowns by your data to check that the video and sound have been dealer or JVC service centre, be sure to bring your recorded correctly. camera together with the SD card. If one of them is not included, the cause cannot be diagnosed, and the repair cannot be made properly.

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    Safety Precautions When the equipment is installed in a cabinet or on a IMPORTANT (for owners in the U.K.) shelf, make sure that it has sufficient space on all sides Connection to the mains supply in the United Kingdom. to allow for ventilation (10 cm or more on both sides, on DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this equipment.

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    DON’T allow electrical equipment to be exposed to rain If you wish to dispose of this product, please visit our or moisture. web page www.jvc-europe.com to obtain information ABOVE ALL about the take-back of the product. NEVER let anyone especially children push anything into [Other Countries outside the European Union] holes, slots or any other opening in the case —...

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    Contents GETTING STARTED PLAYBACK Accessories ............8 Video Attaching the Shoulder Strap ......9 Video Playback ..........28 Attaching the Lens Cap ........9 Attaching the Core Filter .........9 Various Operations during Playback .... 29 Index ..............10 File Search Function ........30 Date Index Screen ........30 Indications on LCD Monitor .......12 Event Screen ..........

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    Video Regarding This Manual Playlists ............44 Button operations Creating Playlists ..........44 Button operations are illustrated as shown Playing Back Playlists ........46 below. Other Operations of Playlists ......46 ex.) Still image Print Setting ...........47 Regarding the control lever ( pg. 11) DPOF Print Setting ........47 There are two kinds of operation using the Direct Printing with PictBridge Printer ...48...

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    Accessories AC Adapter Power Cord Battery Pack AP-V14E or AP-V17E (for AP-V14E only) BN-VF707U Audio/Video Cable USB Cable Shoulder Strap Lens Cap ( pg. 9) SOFTWARE pg. 9) INSTALLATION AND USB CONNECTION GUIDE) CD-ROM Remote Control Unit Lithium Battery Core Filter ( pg.

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    Attaching the Shoulder Strap Peel off the pad and thread the Thread the strap through the Position the buckle near the end of the strap through the buckle, adjust its length, and use eyelet and reattach the pad. eyelet. the strap guide to fix it in place. Strap Guide Buckle Eyelet...

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    Index How to open the LCD monitor Push and open the LCD monitor fully. The LCD monitor can rotate 270°. Power-linked operation When the power switch is set to , you can also turn the camera on/off by opening/closing the LCD monitor.

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    Controls Indicators Power/Charge Lamp [POWER/CHARGE] Power Switch [OFF, pg. 14) pg. 14) Lock Button ( pg. 14) Access Lamp [ACCESS] (Lights up or blinks Zoom Lever [W pg. 20) when you access files. Do not turn off the Speaker Volume Control [–VOL+] ( pg.

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    Indications on LCD Monitor During both Video and Still Image Recording During Video Recording Only 16:9 [0h56m] Mode Indicator ( pg. 18) 11:30 10. 11. 2006 Screen Size Indicator ( pg. 20) Wind Cut Indicator ( pg. 57) Selected Operation Mode Indicator Picture Quality: [U] (ultra fine), [F] (fine), [N] pg.

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    During Video Playback During Still Image Playback 11:30 10.11.2006 2006 11:30 Mode Indicator ( pg. 32) 10.11.2006 2006 Folder/File Number Mode Indicator ( pg. 28) Slide Show Playback Indicator ( pg. 33) : Playlist Playback Indicator (Appears Battery Indicator ( pg.

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    Necessary Settings before Use Be sure to configure the following three settings Charge the battery pack by before use. connecting to the AC adapter. Power Related Preparations Open the cover. (Using the Battery Pack) Set the power switch to OFF. Connector Slide while pressing down the lock button.

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    Language Setting Date/Time Setting The language on the display can be changed. The recording start date/time is recorded on the pg. 56) video/still image file and it can be checked by pressing INFO. ( pg. 28, 32) In addition, you can find the desired file from Open the LCD monitor.

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    In such a case, mount it to the consult your nearest JVC dealer. tripod. The recordable time display should only be used as a guide. It is displayed in 10 minute units.

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    When Using an SD Card Change the recording medium Preparation: By default, the HDD is set as the recording Set the power switch to medium. If you want to record to an SD card, the following three operations need to be performed.

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    Video Recording Preparation: Open the LCD monitor. ( pg. 10) Set the MODE switch to Set the power switch to Slide while pressing down the lock : Video mode button. Power off : Still image mode Playback The camera is programmed to record Recording videos on the built-in hard disk when Lock button...

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    Preparation: NOTES: Set the power switch to By default, the camera is set to record videos in Set the MODE switch to 4:3 size. To record videos in 16:9 size, see “Changing the Screen Size” ( pg. 20). If the camera is not operated for 5 minutes while the power is on using the battery pack, it turns itself off automatically to conserve power.

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    Video Recording (Continued) Zooming ATTENTION: Videos which have been recorded in 16:9 mode While recording may appear to be slightly vertically stretched on a 4:3 screen TV. Record videos in 4:3 size if playing Zoom in Zoom out back on a 4:3 screen TV. NOTES: If the recording mode is set to ECONOMY, you W: Wide angle...

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    Deleting a File Checking the Remaining Space on the Recording Media The file most recently recorded will be deleted. Preparation: After the recording is finished Set the power switch to Set the MODE switch to DELETE? Example: When checking the HDD space EXECUTE MAX RECORDING TIME CANCEL...

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    Still Image Recording Preparation: Open the LCD monitor. ( pg. 10) Set the MODE switch to Set the power switch to Slide while pressing down the lock : Video mode button. : Still image mode Power off Playback The camera is programmed to record still Recording images on the built-in hard disk when it is Lock button...

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    Zooming LED Light While recording If you select to use this function, the LED light turns on to improve visibility during shooting. Zoom in Zoom out Preparation: Set the power switch to Set the MODE switch to W: Wide angle T: Telephoto You can zoom up to 15x by using the optical zoom.

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    Manual Recording About manual recording mode Manual Setting in MSET Menu This mode enables you to set the focus and screen brightness manually. You need to switch You can use manual recording functions easily to this mode because auto recording mode, by selecting items in the MSET menus.

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    MSET Menu Menus Settings ([ ] = Factory-preset) For video recording (Manual Exposure) [AUTO]: The brightness is adjusted automatically. Adjusts the brightness. –6 to +6: Corrects the brightness within this range in increments of 1. to set the value. For still image recording [±0]: The brightness is not adjusted.

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    Manual Recording (Continued) MSET Menu (Continued) Menus Settings ([ ] = Factory-preset) S.SP [AUTO]: The shutter speed is adjusted automatically. (Shutter Speed) 1/2 to 1/4000 (For video recording) / A fast shutter speed 1/2 to 1/500 (For still image recording): can freeze the motion The smaller the value, the faster the shutter speed.

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    Nightscope Spot Exposure Control The shutter speed is automatically adjusted Selection of a spot metering area enables more from 1/2 to 1/30 seconds. It enables recording precise exposure compensation. You can select with low light levels in dim locations. one of the three metering areas. After performing “To change to manual After performing “To change to manual recording mode”...

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    Video Playback Set the MODE switch to Set the power switch to Slide while pressing down the lock : Video mode button. : Still image mode Power off Playback Recording VIDEO 53/53 Index screen for videos Lock button Zoom Lever/Speaker Volume Control LIGHT/INFO To change the medium to be played back,...

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    Various Operations during Playback Slow motion playback While playback is paused To resume normal playback, press 49. Press and hold. Still playback (Pause) Backward Forward Playback zoom You can magnify the playback image up to 5x. Search playback While playback is paused Backward Forward Pressing...

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    Video Playback (Continued) File Search Function Date Index Screen You can search the desired file by the recording One-touch operation enables you to switch the date. index screen to the date index screen or event screen for the convenient file search. After displaying the date index screen in “To change the display”...

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    To Play Back Files in the [EXTMOV] Event Screen Folder You can search the desired file by the event that you registered the file to when recording. If data cannot be recorded properly, the video pg. 19) After searching by the event, you files are saved to the [EXTMOV] folder.

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    Still Image Playback Set the MODE switch to Set the power switch to Slide while pressing down the lock button. : Video mode Power off : Still image mode Playback Recording Index screen for Lock button IMAGE 53/53 still image Zoom Lever LIGHT/INFO To change the medium to be played back,...

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    Slide Show Playback Zoom You can playback all the images stored in the You can magnify the playback image up to 5x. recording media automatically. During playback During playback During the slide show, pressing displays Full view of the image files in descending order, and pressing mark indicates the centre point of the displays files in ascending order.

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    Enables playback of even higher quality. NOTES: The S-Video cable is optional. Be sure to use the YTU94146A S-Video cable. Consult the JVC Service Centre described on the sheet included in the package for details on its availability. Make sure to connect the end with a core filter to the camera.

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    Playback Using the Remote Control Buttons and Functions A battery is included inside the remote control at the time of purchase. Remove the insulation sheet before use. Beam Effective Area Effective distance for indoor use: Remote Sensor Infrared Beam Transmitting Window ZOOM (T/W) Buttons NOTE: Zoom In/Out (...

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    Playback with Special Effects You can add the following two types of special Preparation: effects before playback. Set the power switch to Select the file type (video or still image) using Wipe or fader effects the MODE switch. Add effects at the beginning and end of videos. These effects cannot be set for still images.

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    [WIPE/FADER] Menus Details FADER:WHITE Fade in or out with a white screen. FADER:BLACK Fade in or out with a black screen. FADER:B.W Fade in to a colour screen from a black and white screen, or fade out from colour to black and white. WIPE:CORNER Wipe in on a black screen from the upper right to the lower left corner, or wipe out from lower left to upper right, leaving a black screen.

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    Managing Files You can directly manage recorded files in the Deleting Files camera. CAUTION: Deleting with the Button Do not remove the recording medium or perform any other operation (such as turning off the Preparation: power) while accessing files. Also, be sure to use Set the power switch to the provided AC adapter, as the data on the Select the file type (video or still image) using...

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    Deleting on Menu Screen Select [EXECUTE]. If [FILE SELECT] was selected in step 3, Preparation: select [EXECUTE AND QUIT]. Set the power switch to Select the file type (video or still image) using Select the MODE switch. WIPE/FADER EFFECT NOTES: PROTECT Protected files cannot be deleted.

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    Managing Files (Continued) Protecting Files from Accidental Erasure Select [EXECUTE]. If [FILE SELECT] was selected in step 3, Preparation: select [QUIT]. Set the power switch to Select the file type (video or still image) using Select the MODE switch. PLAYLIST WIPE/FADER EFFECT To release protection...

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    Formatting a Recording Medium To make it more difficult to recover the data You can format (initialise) the built-in hard disk on the hard disk (HDD) or SD cards. You have to format newly- Even if you format the hard disk or erase the purchased SD cards with this camera before data on the hard disk, sometimes the erased using them.

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    Managing Files (Continued) Cleaning Up a Recording Medium Resetting the File Number Writing speed of recording media tends to By resetting the file number (name), a new become slow after long periods of repeated folder will be made. The new files you are going use.

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    Changing the Event Registration of EVENT RE-REGISTRATION ENDS Video Files after Recording SAVE OPERATION CONTENT? SAVE AND QUIT Preparation: DELETE AND QUIT CANCEL Set the power switch to Set the MODE switch to Select [SAVE AND QUIT]. Select BASIC SETTING REC MEDIA SETTING DATE/DISPLAY CHANGE EVENT REG.

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    Playlists What is a Playlist? Creating Playlists It is a list that enables you to organise recorded videos in order of preference. After performing “To display the playlist screen” ( pg. 44) To display the playlist screen Preparation: Select [NEW LIST]. Set the power switch to Set the MODE switch to Select...

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    Displaying Files Select the insertion point. Details on how files are displayed in step 4 are Select EDIT described below. TOTAL 30h15m When selecting [IMPORT FROM DVD1 EVENT] or [IMPORT FROM DATE] To add other files, repeat steps 5 and 6. All the files recorded on the same date are displayed as a single file.

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    Playlists (Continued) Playing Back Playlists Other Operations of Playlists You can perform additional editing and delete After performing “To display the playlist files in a created playlist. screen” ( pg. 44) Preparation: Perform “To display the playlist screen” Select [PLAYLIST CONTENTS]. pg.

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    Print Setting DPOF Print Setting Select [SELECT IMAGES]. DPOF TOTAL: 0 7/59 Select This camera is compatible with DPOF (Digital Print Order Format). You can set which images to be printed and the number of prints with this camera. This feature is useful to print with a DPOF-compatible printer or for taking the Number of prints recording medium to a photo lab for printing.

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    Print Setting (Continued) Direct Printing with PictBridge Printer Press to select menus and press to select settings. If your printer is compatible with PictBridge, still images can be printed easily by connecting the camera directly to the printer with the USB cable. DPOF setting can also be used.

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    Dubbing Video Files to DVD Discs Preparation: Using a DVD Burner for Dubbing Set the power switch to OFF. (DVD Creation Function) Connect the camera to a DVD burner Connecting the camera to a DVD burner (CU- with the USB cable provided with the VD10, sold separately) enables you to dub the DVD burner.

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    Dubbing Video Files to DVD Discs (Continued) Using a DVD Burner for Dubbing (DVD Select the desired disc number. Creation Function) (Continued) Select an item and display the DVD Creation List for the files to be If you select [ALL DISCS], all discs in the list are created.

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    DVD Creation List Menu for Disc Playback DVD discs created with the camera can be Displaying Files for Dubbing played on compatible DVD players or other devices. Files for dubbing can be displayed in two ways An individual date or individual playlist becomes shown below.

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    Dubbing Video Files to DVD Discs (Continued) Using a VCR/DVD Recorder for Dubbing Preparation: Connect the camera to a VCR or DVD recorder. pg. 34) Set the VCR/DVD recorder to its AUX input mode. Start playback on the camera. To playback videos ( pg.

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    Copying/Moving Still Image Files Check which buttons to use in the illustration of Set the direction of copy/move. “Controls in this section” on page 49. (HDD ] SD or SD ] HDD) You can copy or move still image files between the HDD and SD card using the on-screen display.

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    Changing the Menu Settings You can change the menu settings to customize Preparation: your camera. Select (recording) or (playback) using the power switch. Some menus can be used for both operation Select (video) or (still image) using the modes (recording/playback) and file types MODE switch.

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    Common Menus for All Modes Settings ([ ] Factory-preset Menus Press 4 and then select sub menus. BASIC SETTING – PRESET EXECUTE: Performs this function. Returns all the camera settings [CANCEL]: Returns to the menu screen without – to their default values. executing reset.

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    Changing the Menu Settings (Continued) Common Menus for All Modes (Continued) Menus Settings ([ ] = Factory-preset Press 4 and then select sub menus. REC MEDIA SETTING – VIDEO MODE [HDD] / SD Enables you to set the recording medium for videos. IMAGE MODE [HDD] / SD Enables you to set the recording...

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    Menus Settings ([ ] = Factory-preset CLOCK ADJUST DATE / TIME Enables you to set the time. DATE DISPLAY ORDER DATE ORDER: Enables you to set the date and year.month.day / month.day.year / time display format. [day.month.year] – TIME: [24h] / 12h DISPLAY OFF: Turns off the on-screen display.

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    Changing the Menu Settings (Continued) Video Playback Menus Menus Settings ([ ] = Factory-preset CHANGE EVENT REG. BABY / BIRTHDAY / VACATION / HOLIDAY / Enables you to change the event SPORTS / GRADUATION / ANNIVERSARY / registration of recorded video files. DAUGHTER / SON / CONGRATULATIONS / NON SECTION PLAYLIST...

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    Still Image Recording Menus Menus Settings ([ ] = Factory-preset QUALITY [FINE] / STANDARD – Enables you to set the picture quality for still images. IMAGE SIZE [1280 x 960] / 1024 x 768 / 640 x 480 – Enables you to select the picture size for still images.

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    If the problem is not solved, reset the camera. right column) If the problem persists, please consult your RESET nearest JVC dealer. 2) If nothing happens, set the power switch to OFF and remove the power supply (battery pack or AC adapter) from the camera, then reattach it.

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    – life, images on the LCD monitor become dark. Consult your whitish. nearest JVC dealer. Coloured bright spots The LCD monitor is made with high precision technology. – However, black spots or bright spots of light (red, green or blue) appear on the LCD may appear constantly on the LCD monitor.

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    Troubleshooting (Continued) Trouble Action Recording (Continued) The LCD monitor – Certain modes of program AE, effect, DIS, and other functions that cannot be used together are selected at the same time. indications blink. Digital zoom does not Set [ZOOM] to [60X] or [700X]. Digital zoom is not available in the still image recording mode.

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    Trouble Action Editing / Printing Files cannot be deleted. Remove protection from the files and delete them. When the image is This is not a malfunction. This can be avoided by recording with DIS activated. printed from the printer, a black bar appears at the bottom of the screen.

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    Warning Indications The following indications appear on the screen. Indication Meaning Displays the remaining battery power. – (Battery indicator) Remaining power level High Exhausted As the battery power comes close to nil, the battery indicator – blinks. When the battery power is exhausted, power turns off automatically.

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    Indication Meaning NUMBER OF FOLDERS Appears when the number of folders exceeds the limit for – file copy/move operation. OVERFLOW MEMORY CARD ERROR! Appears when the camera does not recognise the loaded SD card. Remove the card once and insert it again or REINSERT CARD OR CHANGE replace with another card.

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    Warning Indications (Continued) Indication Meaning RECORDING FAILURE Performance of recording medium is poor. Use the Cleanup function [CLEAN UP] in the menu. The writing speed of recording medium is slow, or the recording medium is corrupted. Use an SD card that is guaranteed to operate.

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    ... remove from charger or powered unit when not • Do not touch the metal parts. in use, as some machines use current even Copy the recorded files to your PC. JVC shall when switched off. not be responsible for any lost data. (It is...

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    Cautions (Continued) Recording Medium (Continued) Main Unit Do not strike or shake the hard disk. For safety, DO NOT When the camera is repaired or inspected, ... open the camera’s chassis. data may be erased, and the hard disk may be ...

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    When requesting repairs for malfunctioning by back surface. If the CD-ROM gets dirty, gently your dealer or JVC service centre, be sure to wipe it with a soft cloth outward from the centre bring your camera together with the recording hole.

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    Specifications Recording mode (audio) Camera ULTRA FINE: 48 kHz, 384 kbps FINE: 48 kHz, 384 kbps NORMAL: 48 kHz, 256 kbps For general ECONOMY: 48 kHz, 128 kbps Power supply DC 11 V (Using AC adapter) For still image DC 7.2 V (Using battery pack) Format Power consumption JPEG...

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    Recording Time and Number of Images The tables below show the approximate recording time and number of storable images. The number increases or decreases depending on the conditions such as image size and/or picture quality. Approximate recording time (minutes) (for video) SD Card Quality [ ] = Factory-preset...

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    TERMS ............14 ..........25 AC Adapter Manual Exposure ............. 25 Manual Focus ..........24 ........27 Manual Recording Backlight Compensation ............24 ............14 MSET Menu Battery Pack ..........56 Brightness Control ............27 Nightscope ........71 ......43 Number of Storable Images Changing Event Registration ........

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    SOFTWARE INSTALLATION AND USB CONNECTION GUIDE LYT1635-001A...

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    The right to use the Program is granted by Victor Connecting the Camera to the PC ....13 Company of Japan, Limited (“JVC”) to You only Disconnecting the USB cable ......14 on the condition that You agree to the following.

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    WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR Agreement without giving any notice to You. IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED In this event, JVC may claim against You for TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF any damages caused by Your breach. Should MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A...

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    FAR part 12.212 and is only licensed to You back surface. If the CD-ROM gets dirty, gently with the same use rights JVC grants all wipe it with a soft cloth outward from the center hole.

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    Notice for Users Use of this software is authorized according to the terms of the software license. When contacting the nearest JVC office or agency in your country about this software (refer to the JVC Worldwide Service Network at http://www.jvc-victor.co.jp/english/worldmap/index-e.html), please fill out the following and have the appropriate information ready.

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    Los Angeles English +1-213-341-0163 +800-1532-4865 (Toll-Free) English / German / Europe U.K. U.K., Germany, France and Spain only French / Spanish +44-1489-564-764 Asia Philippines English +63-2-438-0090 Please check the PIXELA website for latest information and downloading. http://www.pixela.co.jp/oem/jvc/e/index.html – 6 –...

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    System Requirements ® Windows 8 Digital Photo Navigator The following requirements must be satisfied to connect a camera to a PC and to use Digital Photo Navigator. ® : Windows 2000 Professional SP4 [2000] (pre-installed), ® Windows XP Home Edition [XP] (pre-installed), ®...

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    Macintosh 8 Capty MPEG Edit EX The following requirements must be satisfied to use Capty MPEG Edit EX. Hardware : iMac (except G3), iBook G4, Power Mac G5, PowerBook G4, eMac, Mac Mini (except Intel Core Solo), MacBook Pro : Mac OS X (v10.3.1 to v10.3.9, v10.4.2 to v10.4.5) : At least PowerPC G4/800 MHz or more, PowerPC G5 * For Macintosh with Intel Core Duo Processor, the software runs with Rosetta.

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    VUSD70, the PC card adapter CU-VPSD60 or the floppy disk adapter CU-VFSD50 to load the files in the memory card to the hard disk on your PC. (Refer to “JVC Accessories” on our world web site at: http://www.jvc-victor.co.jp/english/accessory/) – 9 –...

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    Extensions Folder Structure and Extensions Video files : “.mod” Folder structure within the recording medium Still image files : “.jpg” Video files produced on a : “.mpg” Recording medium [DCIM]: Contains the [xxxJVCSO] (where xxx is a number) folders with still images [SD_VIDEO]: Contains the [PRGxxx] (where xxx is a number) folders with video files [EXTMOV]: Contains video (MPEG2) files...

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    Load the provided CD-ROM into the PC. ® For Windows Users After a moment, the [SETUP] screen appears. From the [SETUP] screen, you can install the desired software. If the [SETUP] screen does not appear, double- click the CD-ROM icon in the [My Computer] Preparation window.

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    Click [Next]. Click [Next]. [License Agreement] screen appears. [Setup Type] screen appears. Click [Yes]. Select the program(s) you want to install, then click [Next]. [Customer Information] screen appears. [Setup Status] screen appears. Wait for a Confirm your information and click [Next]. moment until the installation is finished and It is possible to change the information.

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    NOTES: Connections If PowerDirector/PowerProducer/PowerDVD have already been installed on the PC, uninstall them Connecting the Camera to the PC before installing the provided software. Video files captured with this camera can only be Connect the camera to the PC to copy still handled on the provided software.

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    Disconnecting the USB cable Click [OK]. ® Windows 2000: If a message indicating that the Before loading or unloading recording mediums device can be safely removed appears, click [OK] or turning off the PC, first disconnect the USB and then click [Close]. cable and turn off the camera.

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    The folders in the recording medium Viewing the Contents of a Recording appear. Medium Different file types are stored in different folders. If you want to view the contents in the SD Memory Card, make sure that the card is set in the camera.

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    Copying Files to the PC Playing Back Files on the PC Still images Still images and video files that are stored in a recording medium can be copied to the PC and Use an application that can handle the JPEG file played back on the PC.

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    Playing Back Copied Video User’s Guide/Help/Readme Creating play lists using multiple files and viewing This manual only refers to software installation, PC connection and simple operations. For more video details of each software, refer to its User’s Guide/ Start PowerDVD 5 NE and click the bottom Help/Readme.

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    Following steps are the example of Capty For Macintosh Users MPEG Edit EX. Click [Continue] when you asked to continue installing the software. Preparation Software Installation Follow the procedure described below to install the software. Before starts installing, quit any other software you are using.

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    Read the Software License Agreement Enter the Macintosh Administrator name carefully and click [Continue]. and password in [Name] and [Password] respectively, and click [OK]. When installing Capty MPEG Edit EX, this screen Click [Agree] if you agree with the license will not be appeared if you are the owner.

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    Disconnecting the USB cable Connections Before loading or unloading recording medium or turning off the PC, first disconnect the USB cable Connecting the Camera to the PC and turn off the camera. Connect the camera to the PC to copy still Drop the recording medium images and video files in a recording medium.

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    NOTES: Viewing the Contents of a Recording Any folders or files other than those described Medium above are also recorded in the recording medium. Saving the wrong kinds of files in a recording medium or deleting files or folders from a recording If you want to view the contents in the SD medium can cause problems with the operation of Memory Card, make sure that the card is set...

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    PC. NOTE: Never disconnect the USB cable while the ACCESS lamp on the camera lights or blinks. INFORMATION For the exclusive URL for Everio, refer to PIXELA web site: http://www.pixela.co.jp/oem/jvc/e/ index.html – 22 –...

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    Printed in Japan © 2006 Victor Company of Japan, Limited 0406FOH-AL-VP...

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