Dubbing to/from a Tape with Digital Video Equipment
Digital video equipment fitted with the DV terminal allows you to edit, copy and transfer data
digitally, with virtually no generation loss in image and sound quality. The DV terminal is for both
line-in and line-out, since a single DV cable can handle data in both directions.
• If a digital VCR is connected and an anomalous signal is sent from the VCR, the images recorded
on the tape may also be anomalous (although it may not appear so on the TV image), or not
recorded at all.
• You cannot dub tapes recorded with the copyright protective signal.
: Signal flow
Example dubbing to the camcorder
1. Connect the camcorder and the other digital device.
• Connect the Canon CV-150F DV cable (optional).
2. Prepare the other device.
• Turn on the power and load a recorded cassette.
3. Slide the camcorder's POWER switch to PLAY (VCR) and the TAPE/CARD switch
• DV IN appears in the display.
4. Load a blank cassette.