JLIP VIDEO CAPTURE BOX BOÎTIER DE CAPTURE VIDÉO JLIP CAJA DE CAPTURA DE VIDEO JLIP GV-CB1 INSTRUCTIONS MODE D'EMPLOI MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES For Customer Use: Enter below the Serial No. of the GV-CB1U JLIP VIDEO CAPTURE BOX. The serial number is located on the bottom of the JLIP VIDEO CAPTURE BOX.
5 and 6 before use. Declaration of Conformity Model Number : GV-CB1U Trade Name : Responsible party : US JVC CORP. Address : 41 Slater Drive, Elmwood Park, N. J. 07407 Telephone Number : (201) 794–3900 This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules.
IMPORTANT PRODUCT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. But improper use can result in potential electrical shock or fire hazards. This product has been engineered and manufactured to assure your personal safety. In order not to defeat the built-in safeguards, observe the following basic rules for its installation, use and servicing.
1. Accessories To avoid personal injury: • Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table. It may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. • Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer or sold with the product.
If you notice smoke or a peculiar smell coming from the VIDEO CAPTURE BOX unplug it IMMEDIATELY. Use of the VIDEO CAPTURE BOX under these conditions could lead to fire or electric shock. Contact your JVC dealer. DO NOT attempt to repair the malfunction yourself.
AC ADAPTER DO NOT remove the cover and attempt to repair or modify the AC Adapter. Doing so may result in malfuncitons or electrical shock and injury. If a problem occurs, contact your JVC dealer. Make sure the Power Cord is securely connected to the AC Adapter.
MAJOR FEATURES Two software programs are provided with the GV-CB1 JLIP package. JLIP Video Capture Software pg. 12 – 39) JLIP Video Capture Software This is the software described in this manual. Video Capture Facility Video images from video source units such as camcorders or VCRs can be captured as 640 x 480 still images with 16.77 million colors through the serial port (RS-232C) of a...
MAJOR FEATURES PROVIDED ACCESSORIES CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS CONNECTIONS (When Using JLIP Video Capture Software) 12 INTRODUCTION INSTALLATION (JLIP Video Capture Software) HOW TO OPEN THE PROGRAM Preparation ... INITIALIZATION Initializing JLIP ... Select units ... HOW TO CLOSE THE PROGRAM HOW THE DESKTOP WORKS Main desktop window...
JLIP PLAYER SOFTWARE Using JLIP player software data ... How to store JLIP player software data ... TROUBLESHOOTING LIST OF ERROR MESSAGES JLIP PLAYER SOFTWARE SECTION CONNECTIONS (When Using JLIP Player Software) When connecting to a video source unit with JLIP connector or to a video printer ...
After opening the carton, check that all of the following items are included. • While this unit can be powered with alkaline batteries, these are not provided as standard. If you want to run this unit off batteries, please purchase them separately. S-Video Cable Video Cables (x 2) Approx.
CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS JLIP connector p. 13 (JLIP: Joint Level Interface Protocol) • Connect to a JLIP-compatible camcorder or VCR for operation via a PC Video output connector p. 13 How to load the batteries The JLIP Video Capture Box can be powered with commercially available alkaline batteries (AA).
CONNECTIONS (When Using JLIP Video Capture Software) Make sure all units are turned off before making any connections. The video images will be displayed on your TV. You cannot view the images on your computer monitor. When connecting the provided cables, be sure to connect the terminals with core filters to the Video Capture Box.
To Video output connector Core filter GV-CB1 Video Capture Box Front-panel connectors JLIP Core filter To JLIP connector To S-Video input connector To Video input connector Rear-panel connectors JLIP To digital connector (8-pin) Core filter PC Connection Cable (provided) To COM port (RS-232C) Personal computer Core filter...
* Other product and company names included in this instruction manual are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective holders. When using JLIP with Video units equipped with a JLIP connector : JVC camcorders or VCRs equipped with a JLIP connector. When not using JLIP: Video units with video output connectors...
INSTALLATION (JLIP Video Capture Software) WINDOWS 95 Refer to the Windows 95 manual or your computer’s manual for details on basic Windows 95 operating procedures. Installation Procedure *To start the setup program... Launch Windows 95 •Close any other applications that are running.
The Video Capture software can be started up in the same way as any other program running under Windows. The procedure differs slightly depending on whether you’re using Windows 3.1 or Windows 95. Preparation • Turn on your computer. • Press the POWER button to turn on the power. •...
INITIALIZATION INITIALIZING JLIP The first time you start the Video Capture software, JLIP initialization is required. This sets which of the computer’s COM ports (connector into which the RS-232C cable is plugged) is connected to the GV-CB1 JLIP Video Capture Box. The initialization window automatically appears the first time you start the software after installation.
SELECT UNITS The "Device Selection" window appears, listing the JLIP devices. Click the name of the desired unit. •The word "VCRCAMERA" appears in the VCR box to indicate the Video source unit is now in use. •The word "MODULE" appears in the Video Capture box to indicate the Video Capture Box is now in use.
HOW TO CLOSE THE PROGRAM Double-click the control menu button in Windows 3.1 or click "Exit" in the "File" menu. In Windows 95, simply click the Close button. If you try to close the program with no image saved, the message "The album has not been saved.
MAIN DESKTOP WINDOW Menu bar JLIP Video Capture [–Untitled Folder–] (Untitled) File Edit Set-up Window Help CAPTURE 00:01:23:12 00:39:03:11 Menu bar Displays function menus. See the next page for detailed information. Control buttons •CAPTURE button ( Press to CAPTURE a desired image from an image source. When pressed, an index image appears under this button.
Image display area Each time you press the Capture button an image is captured by this device. An index image is transferred to the computer and displayed in the image area. Up to 99 images can be captured, with up to five images per line. Index images are provided to allow you to confirm that you have captured the images you want.
Each pulldown menu is configured as follows File New Album Open Album Save Album Open JLIP (jlp) File Save As JLIP (jlp) File Save Image As… Exit Edit Transfer the Index Image Transfer the Full Image Modify… Delete Set-up Capture Mode Image Format Device Change Initialize...
Window Arrange the index image after an index image has been deleted ( Arrange Index The VCR operation window appears to allow the computer to control the VCR. [VCR] operation window VCR POWER button FF/FF Forward Search button REW/Reverse Search button VCR models operable on the VCR Operation Window (compatible with JLIP) Help Contents...
CAPTURING VIDEO IMAGES There are three capture modes available: Step by Step, Program and Interval. The latter two modes are available only when connected to a JLIP compatible video source unit. Step by Step Capture mode must be used to capture images from a video source unit with no JLIP connector. Image data flow Video source unit...
STEP BY STEP CAPTURE Use the Step by Step Capture mode when you want to: •Capture images from a video source unit with no JLIP connector •Capture images from video units with video output connectors •Capture a small number of images •Confirm the images being captured.
AUTOMATIC CAPTURE Automatic video capture is available only when a JLIP-compatible video source unit is con- nected. There are two types of automatic capture: Program mode and Interval mode. You can save time in either mode because, once the initial settings have been stored or you have decided what pictures to capture, the subsequent capture process is carried out automatically.
00:01:23:12F Capture Transfer On the menu bar, click "Window" — "VCR" to call up the VCR Operation window. Operate the video source unit via the VCR Operation window and click the "Capture" button to capture the desired video image. Click the "Capture" button on the desired video image, and index image (80 x 60 pixels) is transferred to the computer.
INTERVAL CAPTURE The Interval Capture mode is best suited for capturing images at set intervals from a video source unit with a JLIP connector. Set-up Capture Mode Image Format Device Change Initialize ID Change Counter Reset 00:01:23:12F NOTE: • Make sure that enough hard disk space is available on your computer before executing video transfer.
PICTURE FORMAT SETTING SELECTING A PICTURE FORMAT Under "Image Format", you can specify the full image format and the capture mode. Set-up At the menu bar, click "Set-up" — " ". Image Format •The "Image Format" window appears. Select format. •There are two different settings avail- able: "JPEG ( .
COUNTER VALUE CHANGE If you want to replace a captured image with a different one, you can capture the new one by changing the counter value. 00:02:17:21 Edit Transfer the Index Image Transfer the Full Image Modify… Delete 00:01:23:12 00:01:23:12 NOTE : Note that if the index image data is saved in step 4, the hatching pattern indicating the change will...
DELETE INDEX IMAGE AND FULL IMAGE You can delete any captured picture. Both index image (80 x 60 pixels) and full image (640 x 480 pixels) are deleted. 00:02:17:21 Edit Transfer the Index Image Transfer the Full Image Modify… Delete Window Arrange Index CHANGE ID...
CREATE NEW FOLDER Creating a new folder (directory) is a good idea when capturing an image from another video tape. File New Album Open Album Save Album Open JLIP (jlp) File Save As JLIP (jlp) File Save Image As… Exit SAVING Select when storing the contents displayed in the image display area ( File...
OPEN INDEX File New Album Open Album Save Album Open JLIP (jlp) File Save As JLIP (jlp) File Save Image As… Exit SAVE THE FULL IMAGE DATA You can save a file under another name or in another folder so that you can edit it without losing the original.
USING JLIP PLAYER SOFTWARE DATA The GV-CB1 Video Capture Box can capture JLIP Player software data at an edit-in point corresponding to a preset counter number. File New Album Open Album Save Album Open JLIP (jlp) File Save As JLIP (jlp) File Save Image As…...
HOW TO STORE JLIP PLAYER DATA Data from this unit can be converted to JLIP Player software files. If index image data is saved as a JLIP Player software file, the file can be printed with the optional GV-PT1 or GV-PT2 Video Printer. Refer to the instruction manual for details.
NOTE : External noise or disturbance may interfere with the microprocessors built into the GV-CB1 JLIP Video Capture Box. If this happens, turn the power off and then turn it on again. Problem No effect when clicking the Input Select/Memory buttons.
TROUBLESHOOTING Problem Cannot capture video data with the desired counter number. Counter cannot be reset. Program capture suddenly stops. After finishing video capture, the video file remains in the JCPT folder (where the program run file is contained). JLIP initialization not possible.
Message COM port is not available. Connected device not found. Battery depleted. Stop transfer ? (Yes/ Error — Transfer halted. LIST OF ERROR MESSAGES Appears when: Action: Not connected to COM port set by JLIP Initialize. Check the COM port number and connector and retry JLIP initialization.
Message Execute after playing back the VCR. Not enough disk space is available. Communication error. Check the capture device. Appears when: Action: Video unit is not in Play mode during Interval Capture. Click "OK", set the video unit to Play and click "Transfer"...
Please read the file before installing the provided software program. q You can find the latest information (in English) on the provided software program at our world wide web server at http://www.jvc-victor.co.jp/...
CONNECTIONS (When Using JLIP Player Software) WHEN CONNECTING TO A VIDEO SOURCE UNIT WITH JLIP CONNECTOR OR TO A VIDEO PRINTER Be sure to turn off the power of all connected units before making any connections. When connecting the provided cable, be sure to connect the plug with the core filter to the GV-CB1 Video Capture Box.
Connect to TV If you edit using a non-JVC VCR... It is possible to use the JVC MBR (Multi Brand Remote Control) (provided with JVC camcorder or purchased separately). Also refer to your camcorder's instructions on connection and operation with your brand of VCR.
JLIP* stands for Joint Level Interface Protocol, a new communication protocol which allows AV units equipped with a JLIP terminal to be controlled by a personal computer. is a registered trademark of JVC. Personal computer with Microsoft Windows 3.1 or Windows 95 CPU Intel DX4™...
INSTALLING (JLIP Player Software) WINDOWS 95 Refer to the Windows 95 manual or your computer’s manual for details on basic Windows 95 operating procedures. Installation Procedure *To start the setup program... Launch Windows 95 •Close any other applications that are running.
MOVIE PLAYER Serial Port Selection Select a Serial Port. COM 1 COM 2 COM 3 COM 4 Initializing JLIP Now checking devices' ID ... STARTING JLIP PLAYER SOFTWARE Starting JLIP Player Software CANCEL ID:10 PREPARE DEVICE(S) Turn the device(s) on and set the camcorder's Power Dial to "PLAY".
Device Selection Select device to control. DISCONNECT 06:VCRCAMERA VIDEO PRINTER DISCONNECT •An error message "No devices detected to connect. Power ON all devices in system." appears ..when a wrong port number is selected..when the connection is wrong..
MOVIE PLAYER WINDOW BUTTONS AND DISPLAYS 5. POWER button Control-menu box Menu bar MOVIE PLAYER File Edit Video Printer Help Non Drop COUNTER POWER PROGRAM PLAYBACK SCENE CUT IN ELAPSED TIME 10. Camcorder's operation buttons 7. IN/OUT point display Drop Frame System** This system automatically adjusts the gap between the time code* (1 second = 30 frames) and NTSC signal whose frame period is 29.97 seconds.
1. COUNTER system • GR-DVM1 uses the Drop Frame System**. 2. Tape counter display • Displays actual tape position. (Hours : Minutes : Seconds : Frames) 3. ID number • Displays the selected device's ID number. 4. FILE name • Displays file name after saving the program under a new name.
Operating camcorder PREPARE CAMCORDER Set the camcorder's Power Dial to "PLAY" and insert a recorded tape into the camcorder. PLAYBACK ON TV MONITOR Click . The PLAY lamp lights in the MODE display. •Playback picture appears on the TV monitor. •To confirm other operations, click other buttons.
MOVIE PLAYER File Edit Video Printer Help COUNTER Non Drop 00:01:25:17F POWER MEMO ÀÀÀÀ @@@@ ÀÀÀ PROGRAM PLAYBACK SCENE STOP SCENE CUT IN CUT OUT 00:01:30:12F 00:03:27:14F 00:07:15:21F 00:10:40:18F 00:15:50:11F 00:20:33:10F ELAPSED TIME 00:10:04:28F Scene playback is executing. MOVIE PLAYER File Edit...
MOVIE PLAYER File Edit Video Printer Help COUNTER Non Drop 00:01:30:10F POWER MEMO ÀÀÀÀ @@@@ ÀÀÀ PROGRAM PLAYBACK SCENE SCENE CUT IN 00:01:30:12F 00:03:27:14F 00:07:15:21F 00:10:40:18F 00:15:50:11F 00:20:33:10F ELAPSED TIME 00:10:04:28F Rec On ! ! Dubbing You can record all programmed scenes onto the tape in the recording deck.
MOVIE PLAYER File File Edit Video Printer Help Ctrl+N Drop COUNTER 00:01:33:04F Open Ctrl+O POWER MEMO Save Ctrl+S Save As... Ctrl+A PROGRAM PLAYBACK SCENE START ID Change SCENE CUT IN CUT OUT Device Change Name Change 00:01:30:12F 00:03:27:14F Pause Time... 00:07:15:21F 00:10:40:18F 00:15:50:11F...
Opening a saved file LOOK FOR FILE NAMES Click "Open" from "File" on the MOVIE PLAYER window. •The "Open a program list" dialog box appears. SELECT FILE NAME Saved file names appear in the "FILE NAME" field. Click on the file name you want and it appears in the field above.
Copying a programmed scene and transferring it to an other position DESIGNATE SCENE TO BE COP- Click on the scene you want to copy. STORE DESIGNATED SCENE IN MEMORY Choose "Copy" from "Edit". DESIGNATE POSITION Click on the scene number which is above the position to which the copied scene is to be transferred.
VIDEO PRINTER WINDOW BUTTONS AND DISPLAYS @ À @ À 1. POWER button Video Printer POWER STROBE SELECTED SAME MULTI-PIX Aperture Off ! ! 5. MULTI-PIX button 4. Message display 2. POSITION button Title bar POSITION HIGH LOW STROBE SPEED PIX STABILIZER CONTENT...
10. PRINT/EQ (equalization) button Displays either "PRINT" or "EQ" on • screen depending on the connected JVC Video Printer equipped with JLIP connector. PRINT: • Print command is available. EQ (equalization): • Adjusts picture equalization.
Printing Before printing, perform the procedure listed below. Connect to image and sound source ( Set VCR to external input. Set TV to VIDEO mode so that images from video printer appear. BRING UP VIDEO PRINTER WINDOW Select "Set-up" from "Video Printer" on the MOVIE PLAYER window.
ÀÀÀ Adjusting picture equalization You can adjust picture equalization; a feature not available on the video printer itself. Picture Equalization BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST APERTURE Move the indicator by clicking the ( / ) button. There are five BRIGHTENESS settings from –2 to +2. (factory preset: 0) –...
VIDEO PRINTER OPERATION (GV-PT2) Auto Capture Preparation • Load the tape into the video unit. • Convert the captured data to JLIP Player software data and store it ( • Select file name ( p. 54). • Prepare for printing (refer to the GV-PT2 instruction manual).
Auto-Capture Image has been captured by printer. PRINT NEXT SCENE… Click Title in the MOVIE PLAYER window and activate the window. Select "Edit" — "Set Function" — "Auto Capture". Click "START" •The captured video data set first is searched and stored in the video printer.
Changing ID number The device's ID number is preset at factory as follows: ex. Camcorder: 06 or 07 When connecting more than two same type devices, the same ID numbers will exist and a malfunction can occur. To avoid a malfunction, change the ID numbers. It is recommended to change the ID number of an already connected device before connect- ing the same type device.
Changing the name of the device ACCESS "NAME CHANGE" DIALOG BOX Choose "Name Change" from "File" on the MOVIE PLAYER window. •The "Name Change" dialog box appears. SELECT DEVICE Click on the name of the device and "CHANGE". •The dialog box to enter new name of the device appears.
Adjusting the gap between the stored edit-start point in the computer and the dubbed one in the recording deck During dubbing, the beginning of the scene stored in the computer can be missed or the scene prior to the transition you chose for the edit-start point can be dubbed into the recording deck. When these cases occur, adjust the gap for more accurate editing.
TROUBLESHOOTING MESSAGE Error – – This application will close. Check devices – – Confirm that power is ON. No devices detected to connect. Power ON all devices in system. Communication error (&H (number)) Check cable connection. Select the device to control. No video cassette!! Load a video cassette to ID (number).
INDEX Arrange Index ... Automatic Capture (AUTO) ... Bitmap ... Capture Mode ... Change ID ... COM Port ... Counter reset ... Counter Value Change ... Create New Folder ... Delete Index Image and Full Image Desktop Window ... Device Selection ... Dubbing ...