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  • Brand: JVC
  • Product: Blu-ray player
  • Model/name: SR-HD1250US
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Table of Contents

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BLU-RAY DISC & HDD RECORDER
SR-HD1500US
SR-HD1250US
INSTRUCTIONS
STOP REV PLAY PAUSE
FWD
OPEN/
CLOSE
STANDBY/ON
HDV/DV IN
REC
SD
REC C
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D
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H BD
ONE TOUCH
DUBBING
REC
MODE
RESET
INPUT
SELECT HDD
MIDIA SELECT
BD/SD
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For Customer Use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial
No. which are located on the rear of
cabinet. Retain this information for
future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
LST1083-001A
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Cautions
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
REPRODUCTION OF LABELS
WARNING LABEL INSIDE OF THE UNIT
This unit apply to the standard AIEC60825-1:2001B for laser
products.
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing the JVC BLU-RAY DISC & HDD
recorder. Before use, please read the safety information and
precautions to ensure safe use of your new unit.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user
to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may
be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
CAUTION:
A UNIT IS A CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. HOWEVER THIS
UNIT USES A VISIBLE LASER BEAM WHICH COULD CAUSE
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE IF DIRECTED. BE
SURE TO OPERATE THE UNIT CORRECTLY AS
INSTRUCTED.
WHEN THIS UNIT IS PLUGGED INTO THE WALL OUTLET, DO
NOT PLACE YOUR EYES CLOSE TO THE OPENING OF THE
DISC TRAY AND OTHER OPENINGS TO LOOK INTO THE
INSIDE OF THIS UNIT.
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR
PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE
SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS
RADIATION EXPOSURE.
DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR YOURSELF.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
CAUTION AVIS
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This Class B digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la
classe B est conforme à la
norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION:
This unit should be used with AC 120VH, 60Hz only.
To prevent electric shocks and fire hazards, DO NOT use any
other power source.
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF
PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
ATTENTION:
POUR ÉVITER LES CHOCS ÉLECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA
LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE
CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU’AU
FOND.
Note to CATV system installer:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s
attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines
for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable
ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the
building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
“WARNING” and the following or equivalent. “To reduce the risk
of fore or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or
moisture.”
A warning that an apparatus with CLASS I construction shall be
connected to a MAINS socket outlet with protective earthing
connection.
WARNING
Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire or the like.
Main Plug
The Main Plug is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect
device shall remain readily operable
Safety Precaution
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with
the manufacturer’s instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-
type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than
the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into
your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
10)Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
11)Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12)Use only with the cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-
over.
13)Unplug this apparatus during lightning
storms or when unused for long periods
of time.
14)Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been
spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
Failure to heed the following precautions may result in
damage to the unit, remote control or disc/cassette.
1. DO NOT place the unit ^
^ in an environment prone to extreme temperatures or
humidity.
^ in direct sunlight.
^ in a dusty environment.
^ in an environment where strong magnetic fields are
generated.
^ on a surface that is unstable or subject to vibration.
2. DO NOT block the unit’s ventilation openings or holes.
(If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper
or cloth, etc., the heat may not be able to get out.)
3. DO NOT place heavy objects on the unit or remote control.
4. DO NOT place anything which might spill on top of the unit
or remote control.
(If water or liquid is allowed to enter this equipment, fire or
electric shock may be caused.)
5. DO NOT expose the apparatus to dripping or splashing.
6. DO NOT use this equipment in a bathroom or places with
water. Also DO NOT place any containers filled with water or
liquids (such as cosmetics or medicines, flower vases, potted
plants, cups, etc.) on top of this unit.
7. DO NOT place any naked flame sources, such as lighted
candles, on the apparatus.
8. AVOID violent shocks to the unit during transport.
When the equipment is installed in a cabinet or a shelf, make sure
that it has sufficient space on all sides to allow for ventilation
(10 cm or more on both sides, on top and at the rear).
When discarding batteries, environmental problems must be
considered and the local rules or laws governing the disposal of
these batteries must be followed strictly.
Use the supplied power cord.
(If not, fire or electric shock may be caused.)
DON'T continue to operate the equipment if you are in any doubt
about it working normally, or if it is damaged in any way -- switch
off, withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer.
DO be careful with glass panels or doors on equipment.
DO consult you dealer if you are ever in doubt about the
installation, operation or safety of your equipment.
NEVER let anyone especially children push anything into holes,
slots or any other opening in the case -- this could result in a fatal
electrical shock.
MOISTURE CONDENSATION
Moisture in the air will condense on the unit when you move it from
a cold place to a warm place, or under extremely humid
conditions^just as water droplets form on the surface of a glass
filled with cold liquid. In conditions where condensation may occur,
disconnect the unit’s power plug from the wall and keep it
disconnected for a few hours to let the moisture dry, then turn on
the unit.
CAUTION:
Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
Declaration of Conformity
Model Number: SR-HD1500US
Trade Name: JVC
Responsible Party: JVC Americas Corp.
Address: 1700 Valley Road Wayne, N.J. 07470
Telephone Number: 973-317-5000
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
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Safety Precaution
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● Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and
the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
● Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #'s: 5,451,942;
5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,226,616; 6,487,535;
7,392,195; 7,272,567; 7,333,929; 7,212,872 & other U.S. and
worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS is a registered
trademark and the DTS logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD
Master Audio | Essential are trademarks of DTS, Inc. © 1996-
2008 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
● This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is
protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights.
Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by
Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited viewing
uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
● DVD logo is a registered trademark of DVD Format/Logo
Licensing Corporation.
● HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of
HDMI Licensing LLC.
● “Blu-ray Disc” and the “Blu-ray” logo are trademarks.
● “x.v.Color” and the “x.v.Color” logo are trademarks of Sony
Corporation Co., Ltd.
● Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United
States and other countries.
● SDHC logo is trademark.
● “AVCHD” and the “AVCHD” logo are trademarks of Panasonic
Corporation and Sony Corporation.
● Other product and company names included in this instruction
manual are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their
respective holders.
● The open source software is embedded in this product.
For more information, please go to:
http://www.jvc-victor.co.jp/download/lnx/09jvc_bd/
● This product is licensed under the AVC patent portfolio license
and VC-1 patent portfolio license for the personal and non-
commercial use of a consumer to (i) encode video in compliance
with the AVC Standard and VC-1 Standard (“AVC/VC-1 Video”)
and/or (ii) decode AVC/VC-1 Video that was encoded by a
consumer engaged in a personal and non-commercial activity
and/or was obtained from a video provider licensed to provide
AVC/VC-1 Video. No license is granted or shall be implied for any
other use. Additional information may be obtained from MPEG
LA, LLC. See http://www.mpegla.com.
DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
JVC shall not be liable for any loss relating to the unit’s failure to
properly record, store or playback any content (video, audio or
otherwise) for any reason whatsoever. Any applicable warranties
shall only cover replacement or repair of the effected unit, and shall
not apply to recovery or replacement of lost content.
● This unit can play back and record only NTSC signals.
The hard disk is a consumable item. Replacement is
recommended after 10000 hours of use (if use in a 25°C
environment). For information on maintenance planning and
costs, consult your nearest JVC dealer.
The fan motor is a consumable item. Replacement is
recommended after 30000 hours of use (if use in a 25°C
environment). For information on maintenance planning and
costs, consult your nearest JVC dealer.
HOW TO USE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL
● All major sections and subsections are listed in the Table Of
Contents on page 5. Use this when searching for information on
a specific procedure or feature.
● The A mark signals a reference to another page for instructions
or related information.
● Operation buttons necessary for the various procedures are
clearly indicated through the use of illustrations at the beginning
of each major section.
BEFORE YOU INSTALL YOUR NEW UNIT . . .
. . . please read the sections/literature listed below.
● “Cautions” on page 2
“ IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS” on page 3 to 4
Batteries -- Incorrect use of batteries may cause the batteries
to burst or ignite. A leaky battery may corrode the equipment,
dirty your hands or spoil your clothing. In order to avoid these
problems, make sure to observe the precautions below:
● Use the specified batteries only.
● Install the batteries with due attention to the plus (+) and
minus (-) sides of the batteries according to the instructions in
the compartment.
● Do not mix old and new batteries.
● Do not mix batteries of different types. Voltage specifications
of batteries of the same shape may vary.
● Replace an exhausted battery with a new one promptly.
● If you will not use the remote control for a long time, remove
the batteries.
● If leaked battery fluid gets on your skin or clothing, rinse
immediately and thoroughly. If it gets into you eye, bathe your
eye well rather than rubbing and seek medical treatment
immediately. Leaked battery fluid that gets into your eye or
your clothing may cause a skin
● Do not put the batteries in a place where young children can reach.
irritation or damage your eye.
ATTENTION:
Using a mobile phone in the vicinity of the unit may cause
picture vibration on the TV screen or change the screen to a
black back display.
Some TVs or other appliances generate strong magnetic
fields. Do not place such appliances on top of the unit as it
may cause picture disturbance.
When moving the product, press A to turn off the power,
and wait at least 30 seconds before unplugging the power
cord. Then, wait at least 2 minutes before moving the
product.
If there is a power outage when using the unit, the recorded
data may be erased.
It is recommended to back up discs which contain important
recordings periodically (every few years). As digital signals
do not deteriorate, failure to play back or record might arise
due to the effects of the disc aging through the years
depending on the storage environment.
Recorded programs and data cannot be restored once the
disc or tape is damaged.
If this symbol is shown, it is only valid in
the European Union.
Safety Precaution
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Contents
Safety Precaution
Contents
Getting Started
Key Features ..................................................................... 6
How to Read this Manual .................................................. 6
Other Precautionary Notes ................................................ 7
Hard Disk Drive (HDD) ...................................................... 8
SD Cards ........................................................................... 8
Discs .................................................................................. 9
Precautions on the Use of Discs ..................................... 11
On-screen Displays ......................................................... 12
Name and Function of Parts ............................................ 13
Front panel ................................................................... 13
Display window ............................................................ 14
Rear panel ................................................................... 14
Remote control ............................................................ 15
Preparation
Connecting a Monitor ...................................................... 17
Connecting a Video Deck or Other Equipment ............... 18
Connecting an Amplifier .................................................. 18
Connecting External Devices .......................................... 19
Connecting the Power Supply ......................................... 19
Setting and Displaying Date/Time ................................... 20
Dubbing/Importing
Dubbing/Importing ........................................................... 23
Dubbing chart .............................................................. 24
Formatting ....................................................................... 25
Recording Modes ............................................................ 28
Importing Data to the HDD Using the ONE TOUCH
DUBBING Button ......................................................... 29
Importing Data from a BD/DVD to the HDD .................... 30
Importing Data from a USB-compatible Device to the HDD
...................................................................................... 33
Importing Data from an SD Card to the HDD .................. 35
Importing Data from an i.LINK-compatible Device to the
HDD ............................................................................. 37
Dubbing a Title from the HDD to a BD/DVD .................... 39
Dubbing Still Images from the HDD ................................ 42
Enabling Playback on Other Devices (Finalizing) ............ 44
Copying the Entire Disc ................................................... 46
Recording Using External Inputs ..................................... 47
Playing Back
About Playing Back ......................................................... 48
Using Playback Navigation .............................................. 48
Option menu list ........................................................... 50
Video Playback Operation ............................................... 51
Playing Videos on a BD/DVD .......................................... 53
Playing Videos on the HDD ............................................. 54
Playing Videos on a SD Card .......................................... 54
Playing Still Images (JPEG) ............................................ 55
Changing Playback Settings ........................................... 56
Playback Settings Menu .................................................. 56
Audio/subtitle settings .................................................. 56
Playback settings ......................................................... 56
Video settings .............................................................. 57
Editing
Editing ............................................................................. 58
Entering Characters ........................................................ 59
Character List .............................................................. 59
Grouping .......................................................................... 60
Changing the Title/Group Name ...................................... 62
Deleting a Title/Group ..................................................... 62
Turning On Title/Group Protection .................................. 63
Turning Off Title/Group Protection .................................. 64
Creating a Playlist ........................................................... 65
Editing a Thumbnail ......................................................... 66
Editing a Chapter ............................................................. 67
Dividing ............................................................................ 69
Delete Scenes ................................................................. 70
Changing the Disc Name ................................................ 72
Changing the Shooting Date/Time .................................. 72
Mode conversion ............................................................. 73
Settings Menu
Changing Settings of this Unit ......................................... 74
Setting Menu List ............................................................. 74
Setup ........................................................................... 75
Playback Setting .......................................................... 76
Record ......................................................................... 77
Audio ............................................................................ 78
Display ......................................................................... 79
Connection ................................................................... 80
Others
Locking the Disc Tray ...................................................... 82
Turning on the Mode Lock ............................................... 82
RS-232C Interface (only for SR-HD1500) ....................... 83
Command Table .......................................................... 83
Specifications ............................................................... 83
Command .................................................................... 84
Language Code List ........................................................ 94
Country Code List ............................................................ 96
Using the HDMI Consumer Electronics Control (HDMI
CEC) ............................................................................ 98
Creating a Seamless BD ................................................. 98
Troubleshooting ............................................................... 99
Specifications ................................................................ 101
Index .............................................................................. 102
Contents
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Key Features
Professional Blu-ray Disc recorder of the
high-definition era
Copy videos to a Blu-ray Disc in high-definition from a high-
definition camcorder, or down convert the videos and record
them onto DVDs, all without the need for a PC.
The internal hard disk drive enables for easy editing and
dubbing multiple discs.
Compatible with ProHD Camcorder GY-
HM700/100 (only for SR-HD1500)
MOV files that are taken in SP mode (*1) using the JVC
ProHD Camcorder GY-HM700/100 are compatible with the
SR-HD1500, and can be imported into the HDD or dubbed
onto discs.
(*1) SP mode : 1280x720/60p, 30p, 24p, 1440x1080/60i
Compatibility with other consumer
camcorders
In addition to AVCHD, HDV and DV, JVC Everio file formats
are also compatible, and digital dubbing can be done.
Digital interface that allows for camcorder
compatibility
This unit is equipped with USB, SD slots and i.Link input
terminals for connecting the camcorder.
Create menu-supported Blu-ray discs
Blu-ray discs can be created using the BDMV (with menu)
format. BDAV discs can also be created and dubbed
according to the intended use.
The SR-HD1500 also enable users to use an original image
as the background.
Compatible with dual layer 50 GB Blu-ray
discs, and records up to 24 hours of full
high-definition images in a single disc
This unit is also compatible with high capacity dual layer 50
GB Blu-ray discs, and up to 24 hours (AE mode) of full high-
definition images can be recorded in a single disc.
Writing to inexpensive LTH discs is also supported.
Authoring menu enables discs to be
created and used industrially such as for
demonstrations
Disc authoring can be used to create discs for industrial use,
such as discs that repeat playback automatically.
Equipped with external control RS-232C
terminal (only for SR-HD1500)
This unit is equipped with a RS-232C terminal that allows for
external control using a PC.
How to Read this Manual
About this manual
This manual mainly describes operation procedures using the
remote control unit buttons.
v The buttons on the remote control unit are indicated as
[Button Name].
v The menu items are indicated as "Menu Item".
m Supplementary remarks in the main text
Memo : States restrictions on the functions or use of this unit.
Note : States precautions to be taken during operation.
A : Indicates the page numbers or items to refer to.
Memo:
The displays of operable media are highlighted.
HDD : Hard disk
DVD : DVD
BD : Blu-ray disc
SD : SD card
SDHC : SDHC Card
CD : Music compact disc
JPEG : JPEG (still picture) file disc
The unit illustrations used in this manual are from the SR-
HD1500.
Refer to the supplied CD-ROM for the Spain and French
GUIDEBOOK.
In order to view the GUIDEBOOK, AdobeT AcrobatT
ReaderE or AdobeT ReaderT must be installed.
AdobeT ReaderT can be loaded from Adobe’s
web site:http://www.adobe.com/
Menu operation
Pressing the remote control buttons below calls up the
respective menu screens.
v [SET UP], [NAVIGATION], [EDIT], [INFORMATION
CORRECT], [DUBBING], [MEDIA MANAGE]
v Press any of the [ J / K / H / I ] buttons to move to a
specific menu item (yellow item indicated by a small arrow).
v Press the [OK] button to confirm the selection.
v Press the [RETURN] button to return to the previous screen.
v Simple instructions on the operation procedure may be
displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Getting Started
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Other Precautionary Notes
Copyright protection
This unit supports copyright protection technologies.
Copyrights
v According to the copyright law, video or music data that you
store must not be used for purposes other than personal
enjoyment without the authorization of the copyright holder.
v This product employs the CPRM technology, and is protected
by the proprietary technologies as well as intellectual property
rights of the United States and Japan.
Use of the CPRM technology is subject to the approval of
Macrovision Solutions Corporation. Unless special
authorization is obtained from Macrovision Solutions
Corporation, the CPRM is restricted to household and some
pay-per-view uses. Do not dismantle or remodel this product.
The copyright protection function prevents copyrighted video
images from being saved to equipment such as a video
recorder. This function may also cause deterioration in the
playback picture quality when the data is output to a monitor
through a video recorder. This is not a hardware malfunction.
To play back copyrighted videos, connect this product directly
to the monitor.
v Read and understand fully the terms and conditions of all
copyright works before using this unit in the correct
manner. Under no circumstances shall JVC take any
responsibility for any infringements of copyright caused by
the customer when using this unit. The customer shall be
responsible for resolving all legal issues regarding to any
copyright infringements.
Stored video content and compensation
v For discs containing important video content, backup on a
periodic basis (once every few years) is recommended.
Although digital signals do not deteriorate, playback or
dubbing may fail due to aging of the disc resulting from the
storage conditions.
v Recorded data may be lost if power outage occurs while
this unit is being used. It is therefore recommended that
videos stored on the HDD be dubbed to a BD or DVD as
soon as possible in case the HDD breaks down.
v Videos or data stored on a BD/DVD, HDD, or SD card
cannot be recovered if the media is damaged.
Disclaimer of compensation for loss or
damage of stored video content
v Please note that our company will not be liable for
compensation of the content or any incidental damages in the
event that dubbing or playback cannot be performed properly
for some reasons. The same applies during repair of this unit.
Handling precautions
m Do not use the plug or power point with dust
or metallic objects attached to it
v Failure to do so may cause short circuit or heating, and
result in fire or electric shock.
v Remove the plug once every half a year, and clean it with a
dry cloth.
m Make use of a power point that allows the
power plug to be inserted or removed easily
v Make sure that the plug can be removed immediately in
case an abnormality is found in the unit.
m Insert the plug firmly into the power point
v Failure to do so may cause short circuit or heating, and
result in fire or electric shock.
m Do not make use of a power voltage other
than that specified
v Doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
m Do not insert or remove the plug with wet
hands
v Doing so may result in electric shock.
m Do not touch the plug when there is thunder
or lightning
v Doing so may cause electric shock.
m Do not insert any foreign object into this unit
v Doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
m Do not dismantle or remodel this unit
v This unit consists of high-voltage components. Dismantling
or remodeling the unit may cause fire or electric shock.
m Request the authorized dealer to inspect the
interior part of the unit once a year
v Using this unit with dust accumulated inside may result in fire.
v It is particularly effective to perform servicing before the
humid rainy season.
m Do not connect any video cameras that are
not made by JVC to the USB terminal
v Doing so may result in malfunction.
Getting Started
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Hard Disk Drive (HDD)
Hard disk drive (HDD)
The HDD rotates at a high speed whenever the power is
turned "On".
Pay particular attention to the following precautions when
using this unit.
Warning
v Do not subject it to vibration or strong impact
Subjecting this unit to excessive impact may result in loss of
recorded data and even damage of the HDD.
v Do not remove the power plug when this unit is running
Shutting down the power when the HDD is running may result
in data loss and even damage of the HDD. Make sure that the
power plug is removed only after turning off the power.
(Wait for the "GOODBYE" message on the display window to
disappear first)
SD Cards
Precautions for handling SD and SDHC
cards
Note:
v The disc operation display icon appears blinking and
“READING” is displayed on the display window when the SD
card is being accessed (such as during dubbing, playback, or
formatting). When access to the SD card is in progress, do not
remove the card or the power plug. Doing so may cause the
SD card to become unusable.
If the SD card is not usable, reformat the card. If the problem
persists even after reformatting, use a new SD card.
v Do not use or store the card at a place that is subject to static
or electrical noise.
v Inserting the SD card incorrectly may cause this unit or the
card to malfunction.
v Our company will not be liable for any damage or loss of the
stored data due to accidents. (Be sure to back up the data.)
v Use the card according to the prescribed conditions. Do not
use it at the following locations.
v Places that are exposed to direct sunlight
v Places near heat-generating equipment
v Inside a car that is under the sun with the windows tightly
shut
v Places that are subject to high humidity and corrosion
v Do not bend or drop the card, or subject it to strong impact
or vibration.
v Do not expose the card to water.
v Do not place near devices that emit strong magnetic or
radio waves.
v Do not touch the metal part of the card.
Memo:
To dispose a card after erasing all data inside, it is
recommended that this be done using a commercially
available data deletion software, or by destroying the card
physically, such as with a hammer. Formatting or deletion of
data using this unit only changes the file administration
information, and does not erase the data completely.
BD video data
You can erase BD Video data from the SD card as follows.
1 Insert the SD card which has BD video data
stored on it, into the [SD SLOT].
Memo:
v The BD video data cannot be erased if the SD card is write-
protected. In this case, turn off the write-protect lock before
inserting the SD card.
2 Press the [MEDIA MANAGE] button on the
remote control unit
3 Select “BD-VIDEO DATA ERASE” from “SD
CARD”
v The confirmation screen for erasing the BD video data is
displayed.
4 Select “ERASE”, and press the [OK] button
v The BD video data will be erased.
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Discs
BD recording formats
m BDAV mode
v Videos can be edited (chapter edit etc) and new videos can
be added to the disk. This format is suitable for recording
videos.
v MPEG2 with HD quality will be recorded as it is onto the
disc. This format has low playback compatibility, but
performs well when used for backups.
m BDMV mode
v Compatible and playable on other BD players. Menu
functions similar to those of DVD video mode are also
included.
This format performs well for distribution purposes.
DVD recording formats
m VR MODE
v Format the disc using “VR MODE” if you want to add new
videos to the disc.
v Deleting currently saved videos increases the remaining
space on the disc. (except for the case of DVD-R discs.)
m VIDEO MODE
v Format the disc in this mode if you want to play the disc on
a different DVD player.
Formatting of discs
Formatting is required for some disc types. Perform
formatting if this is necessary.
m When using BD-RE or BD-R discs
Formatting is required. Format the disc using this unit.
m When using DVD-R discs
Formatting is required depending on the disc mode to be used.
v Formatting is required when the disc is used in “VR
MODE”. Format the disc using this unit.
v Formatting is not required when using the disc in “VIDEO
MODE”.
Note:
v BD-R and DVD-R discs cannot be reformatted. Check the
disc mode before formatting the disc.
m When using DVD-RW discs
Formatting is required. Format the disc using this unit.
v Format using “VR MODE” or “VIDEO MODE”.
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Discs_(Continued)
Discs that enable both dubbing and
playback
Disc Type Recording Format Format Finalize Repeated Use
(Reformat)
BD-RE BDAV mode V - V
BDMV mode V - V
BD-R BDAV mode V V -
BDMV mode V - -
DVD-RW Video mode V V V
VR mode V V V
DVD-R Video mode - V -
VR mode V V -
Discs that enable playback only
Disc Type Description
DVD-RAM (4.7 GB) Supports specific forms of playback, but no recording can be done.
BD-ROM Commercially available Blu-ray discs (movies, music, etc.)
The region code that can be played back on this unit is "A".
DVD video Commercially available DVD-Video discs (movies, music, etc.)
The region code that can be played back on this unit is "1". The video format used is NTSC.
Music CD CD-DA
DTS music CDs are also playable.
Memo:
v If 8 cm discs are used, only playback can be performed. The disc cannot be used for recording or editing.
v 8 cm discs can be used without adapters.
v DVD-RAM cartridges and BD-RE are not supported. Take the DVD-RAM out of the cartridge before using it.
Discs that are not supported
v DVD-RAM (2.6 GB/5.2 GB)
v DVD-R (for authoring)
v CD-ROM/R/RW (PhotoCD, CD-G, VCD etc.)
v DDCD (1.3 GB, Double Density CD)
v HDCD (High Density CD)
Memo:
v To playback a BD or DVD that was created using this unit on another player, finalize the disc.
v There is no need for finalizing if the BD-RE disc is recorded using BDAV mode.
v If a DVD that was recorded using VR mode has been finalized, the disc can only be played back on VR mode compatible
devices.
v To perform high-speed dubbing, make use of a disc that supports high-speed recording.
v This unit can play back and record only NTSC signals.
Note:
v Do not use disc if the sticker or label is peeled off from the disc surface, if the disc is not round in shape, or if it is significantly
warped or cracked.
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Precautions on the Use of
Discs
Maintenance of discs
v Dirt attached to the disc, such as fingerprints and dust, may
cause distortion in the video image or sound.
Keep the disc clean at all times such as by using a soft
cloth.
v Wipe the disc lightly from the center outward using the
cloth.
v If dirt is stubborn, wipe it off using a slightly wet cloth,
followed by a dry cloth.
v Do not use thinner, benzine, alcohol, conventional record
cleaners, or antistatic sprays.
Doing so may damage the disc surface.
Handling discs
m Removing a disc
.
.
m Keeping a disc
.
.
m Correct way to hold a disc
.
.
v Make sure that your hands do not touch the recording/
playback side of the disc.
Disc storage
v Avoid storing the disc at the following locations.
v Places that are subject to high humidity, dust, or mold
growth
v Places that are exposed to direct sunlight or near a
heater
v Inside a car during summer
v Do not drop the disc or subject it to strong impact.
v Place the disc in a case and store it vertically.
v Stacking the discs without using a case, placing the discs
against one another or dropping them may result in
deformation or cracking.
When the recording/playback lens is dirty
Dust or dirt may be attached to the recording/playback lens
after using this unit for a prolonged period of time, and
recording or playback may not be properly performed as a
result.
Although the performance of this unit varies according to the
frequency of use and installation environment, it is
recommended that cleaning of the lens be performed once
every half a year using commercially available DVD lens
cleaners.
For cleaning procedures, refer to the instruction manual of the
lens cleaner.
Precautions when playing a dual disc
The side of the dual disc that is not used for DVD recording
does not comply with the standard specifications of music
CDs.
It is recommended that playback on this unit be limited to the
DVD recording side of the dual disc.
Use genuine JVC discs
The best performance may not be obtained for some discs.
It is recommended that genuine JVC discs be used to ensure
the best results.
Power Cable
Do not unplug the cable during recording or playback.
Doing so may cause the disc to become unusable.
If the disc becomes unusable, refer to the following.
BD-R or
DVD-R
: Use a new disc.
BD-RE or
DVD-RW
: Reformat the disc after erasing the data. If the
disc is still not usable, use a new disc.
Do not turn off the [A] button or unplug the power cable
immediately after closing the disc tray.
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On-screen Displays
Status display
Displays the current settings and operating status (such as
playback, pause) of this unit.
Pressing the [ON SCREEN] button on the remote control
displays the status. To cancel the display, press the [ON
SCREEN] button again.
You can select whether to display the statuses by changing
the settings in the settings menu.
For more details, refer to "Display" (A page 79) .
Memo:
v To display the statuses, set the ON SCREEN GUIDE item
on the DISPLAY menu screen to “AUTO”.
v Setting the DISPLAY item to “OFF” hides display of all
status information.
Event display
An on-screen event display appears on the display window as
well as the monitor when there is a misoperation.
v The event display appears for an interval of about three
seconds.
Memo:
v The same event display may appear several times.
Alarm display
When an operation is not accepted by this unit, an on-screen
alarm display appears on the display of the main unit as well
as the monitor.
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Name and Function of
Parts
Front panel
.
A B C D E H
R
Q
P
O
N
J L
G
F M
I K
A [ A ] button
Turn On/Off the power.
B Disc tray
C [ M ] button
Opens/closes the disc tray.
D Display window
E Remote control sensor
F [RESET] switch
Reset the unit.
G [REC MODE] button
Switches the recording mode.
H [HDD] lamp
Lights up when in HDD mode.
The [REC] lamp lights up while recording/importing.
I [INPUT SELECT] button
Switches the external input signals (HDV/DV, L1).
J [BD] lamp
Lights up when in BD/DVD mode.
The [REC] lamp lights up while recording/dubbing.
K [MEDIA SELECT] button
Switches between HDD and BD/SD.
L [SD] lamp
Lights up when in SD mode.
M [ONE TOUCH DUBBING] button
Starts dubbing at a single touch.
N Playback control buttons
v [ I ] button
Plays back the data.
v [ o ] button
Stops playback/recording.
v [ O ] button
Fast reverses playback.
v [ N ] button
Fast forwards playback.
v [ W ] button
Pauses playback.
O [ R ] button
Starts recording of a title.
P [SD SLOT]
Used for inserting SD cards.
Q [i.LINK(HDV/DV IN)] terminal
Connect a video camera using i.LINK (HDV/DV. IN).
R [USB] terminal
Connect a video camera using USB.
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Name and Function of
Parts _(Continued)
Display window
.
A B C D
A HDD/DISC remaining level display
B Dubbing display
C Disc status display
D HDMI output display
Memo:
v The brightness of the display window can be adjusted.
For more details, refer to "PANEL DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS"
(A page 75) .
English messages appear for a number of operations.
(Examples)
HELLO : When the power plug is inserted
READING : When reading the disc
ONSCREEN : Upon moving to the playback navigation
screen
Rear panel
.
A B C D E F
J
I
H
G
A AC inlet
For connecting the power supply.
B Cooling fan
C [DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL)] terminal
For connecting to the amplifier using an optical audio cable.
D [AUDIO OUT/IN] terminals
For connecting using an audio cable.
E [VIDEO OUT/IN] terminals
For connecting using a video cable.
F [SERIAL COM.(RS-232C)] terminal
(only for SR-HD1500)
For connecting to a computer using a serial cable.
G [HDMI] terminal
For connecting using an HDMI cable.
H [S-VIDEO OUT/IN] terminals
For connecting using an S-video cable.
I [COMPONENT VIDEO OUT] terminals
For connecting using a component video cable.
J [REMOTE IN] terminal
For connecting a wired remote control.
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Remote control
.
c
e
f
T
W
U
X
C
A
D
g
d
h
i
j
n
k
m
p
o
Y
B
V
b
a
G
Z
I
J
K
L
H
P
S
M
E
F
N
O
Q
R
l
A [DELETE]
Deletes a title or characters.
B [ M ]
Opens/closes the disc tray.
C [HDD]
For operating the HDD.
D [1]-[9]
For entering characters.
E [Z]
For entering characters.
F [RED]
Enabled when the color button (red) is displayed.
G [GREEN]
Enabled when the color button (green) is displayed.
H [DUBBING]
Displays the dubbing menu screen.
I [ J / K / H / I ]
The cursor can be moved to select an item.
J [OPTION]
Displays the option screen.
K [ S ]
Move to the chapter just before the current chapter.
L [ O ]
Fast reverses the video and starts slow playback.
M [ R ]
Press the [ R ] and [ I ] buttons together to start recording.
N [REC MODE]
For checking the recording mode settings and amount of time
remaining.
O [ON SCREEN]
Displays information on the screen.
P [PROGRESSIVE SCAN]
Switches the resolution of the image output.
Q [AUDIO]
Switches the playback audio.
R [EDIT]
Displays the editing menu screen.
S [MEDIA MANAGE]
Displays the media management menu screen.
T [ A ]
For turning On/Off the power.
U [INPUT SELECT]
Switches the external input signals (HDV/DV, L1).
V [BD/SD]
For operating BD/DVD or SD.
W [PAGE PRV][PAGE NEXT]
Returns to the previous page. Or advances to the next page.
X [ w ]
Move the playback position slightly backwards.
Y [ v ]
Advance the playback position slightly.
Z [#]
For entering characters.
a [YELLOW]
Enabled when the color button (yellow) is displayed.
b [BLUE]
Enabled when the color button (blue) is displayed.
c [NAVIGATION]
Displays the playback navigation screen.
d [OK]
Confirms a selection or entry.
e [RETURN]
Returns to the previous screen without applying the selection
or entry.
f [ T ]
Move to the next chapter.
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Name and Function of
Parts _(Continued)
g [ N ]
Fast forwards the video and starts slow playback.
h [ I ]
Plays the video.
i [ W ]
Pauses the video that is currently playing.
j [ o ]
Stops playback/recording.
k [MARK]
Adds a chapter mark during playback or recording. Select
multiple titles from the playback navigation screen or other
screens.
l [PB MODE]
Display the playback settings screen.
m [ANGLE]
Switches the camera angle for playback.
n [SET UP]
Displays the settings menu screen.
o [SUB TITLE]
Switches the playback subtitle.
p [INFORMATION CORRECT]
Displays the information editing screen.
Change batteries for the remote control
v If the operable distance of the remote control unit becomes
shorter, this means that the batteries are running out.
When this occurs, replace the batteries with new ones.
.
Batteries
v Insert the batteries correctly according to the + and - signs.
Insert the - side of the battery first.
v If an error occurs while using the remote control unit,
remove the batteries, wait for about five minutes, and
operate the remote control unit again after re-inserting the
batteries.
Battery life : Approximately 6 months
(depending on the frequency of use)
Remote control codes
By setting a remote control code for the unit and remote
control, you can prevent two recorders from operating
simultaneously using the remote control for this unit.
(the setting for the unit and remote control at time of purchase
is “REMOTE CONTROL 3”.)
Memo:
v Changing the remote control code for the remote control
before the unit’s remote control code is changed will cause
the unit to be inoperable.
Change the unit’s remote control code first when changing
remote control codes.
m Changing the remote control code for the
unit
1 Press the [SET UP] button on the remote control
to display the “SETUP” menu.
2 Change the “REMOTE CONTROL CODE” option
in the “SETUP” menu.
Memo:
For more details, refer to "REMOTE CONTROL CODE" (A
page 75) .
m Changing the remote control code for the
remote control
1 Press the [OPTION] button on the remote control
and either of the [1], [2], [3] or [4] buttons at the
same time
v Press the number button that is equivalent to the remote
control code you desire.
2 Press the [OK] button
v Press the [OK] button to change the remote control code.
Memo:
If the remote control code is different from the unit, the
remote control code for the unit will be displayed on the
display window.
Examples: REMOTE CONTROL 3
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Connecting a Monitor
To display video images from this unit, connect it to a monitor.
v This unit supports connections using "HDMI cable",
"component video cable", "S-video cable", or "video cable".
Memo:
v Switch to the appropriate monitor input according to the
type of connection cable used.
For details, refer to the instruction manual of the monitor.
Connecting using a HDMI cable
Connecting using a HDMI cable (sold separately) enables
signals to be maintained in the digital format, and thus
playback of clear video images.
.
Memo:
v Videos cannot be displayed on a monitor that does not
support the copyright protection system (HDCP).
v Use a High Speed HDMI Cable.
v After connecting using a HDMI cable, change the unit
setting to “HDMI CONNECTION”.
For more details, refer to "HDMI VIDEO MODE" (A page
80) .
Connecting using a component video cable
Connecting using a component video cable (sold separately)
delivers playback images that are clearer than those by an S-
video cable.
.
Memo:
v After connecting a component video cable, change the unit
setting to “COMPONENT OUTPUT”.
For more details, refer to "COMPONENT OUTPUT" (A page
81) .
Connecting using an S-video cable
Connecting using an S-video cable (sold separately) delivers
video images that are clearer than those by a video cable.
.
Connecting using a video cable
Connect the output terminal of this unit to the input terminal of
a TV using the supplied video/audio cable.
(Use the supplied BNC adapter)
.
Note:
v Connect the S-video/video output of this unit directly to the
TV (or monitor). Connecting this unit to the TV or monitor
via a video deck triggers the copy protection function, and
may cause distortion in the video images during playback.
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Connecting a Video Deck
or Other Equipment
Connecting a video camera
m Connecting via the i.LINK terminal
.
OPEN/
CLOSE
STANDBY/ON
HDV/DV IN
STOP REW PLAY PAUSE REC
FF
SD
REC
HDD REC
BV
ONE TOUCH
DUBBING
REC
MODE
RESET
INPUT
SELECT HDD
MIDIA SELECT
BD/SD
HDV/DV IN
SD
REC
HDD REC
BV
ONE TOUCH
DUBBING
REC
MODE
RESET
INPUT
SELECT HDD
MIDIA SELECT
BD/SD
m Connecting via the USB terminal
.
OPEN/
CLOSE
STANDBY/ON
HDV/DV IN
STOP REW PLAY PAUSE REC
FF
SD
REC
HDD REC
BV
ONE TOUCH
DUBBING
REC
MODE
RESET
INPUT
SELECT HDD
MIDIA SELECT
BD/SD
HDV/DV IN
SD
REC
HDD REC
BV
ONE TOUCH
DUBBING
REC
MODE
RESET
INPUT
SELECT HDD
MIDIA SELECT
BD/SD
Memo:
v Some video camera models may require an AC adapter
instead of batteries to run. For details, refer to the video
camera’s instruction manual.
Connecting a video deck or other
equipment (recording using this unit)
.
Memo:
v When connecting using an S-video cable, change the
setting of “VIDEO INPUT SETTING” to “S-VIDEO”.
For more details, refer to
"VIDEO INPUT SETTING" (A page 81) .
v To record video images played back on this unit to an
external device (video deck, etc.), connect the output
terminal of this unit to the input terminal of the external
device.
Connecting an Amplifier
Connecting an audio amplifier
m Connecting using an optical digital cable
.
Memo:
v Remove the protection cap of the cable before connecting.
Store the protection cap properly to prevent it from being
misplaced.
m Connecting using an audio cable
.
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Connecting External
Devices
Connecting a wired remote control
.
Using a wired connection enables stable control of this unit
from an external device.
Operation is possible using any code (1 to 4) regardless of
the remote control code settings of this unit.
Memo:
v There is currently no compatible remote control unit
available.
To create a wired remote controller, refer to "RS-232C
Interface" (A page 83) .
Connecting using a RS-232C cable (only
for SR-HD1500)
.
External operation is enabled by connecting a RS-232C cable
to a PC or similar device.
For details on external operation, refer to "RS-232C Interface"
(A page 83) .
Connecting the Power
Supply
Connect the supplied power cable to this unit as follows.
.
1 Connect the supplied power cable to the AC IN
terminal of this unit
2 Connect the other end of the power cable to a
power point
3 Press the [A] button on the remote control or
this unit to switch on the unit.
v The power of this unit turns on, and a "HELLO" message
appears on the display window.
Note:
v Do not use power cables other than that supplied with this
unit. Doing so may cause this unit to malfunction.
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Setting and Displaying
Date/Time
Set the date/time of the built-in clock as follows. The
recording date/time is stored on the disc.
Setting the date/time
Set the date/time of the built-in clock as follows.
1 Press the [SET UP] button on the remote control unit
v The Settings menu screen appears.
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3 Select “CLOCK SET/DISPLAY”, and press the
[OK] button
v “CLOCK SET/DISPLAY” menu screen appears.
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v The Clock Set menu screen appears.
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v Repeat the steps below to specify the time and date.
① Press the [ J ] or [ K ] button, select the Clock Set
item, and press the [OK] button.
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6 After setting is complete, select “ENTER”, and
press the [OK] button
v Doing so exits date/time setting, and returns to the initial
screen.
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Memo:
v The value for seconds cannot be set. After setting the
minute, press the [SET UP] button according to the time
signal.
v To cancel date/time setting, press the [RETURN] button.
Doing so cancels date/time setting and returns to the initial
screen.
v The year can be set from 2009 to 2037.
If "2037.12.31 PM11:59" is set, the time will change to
"2009.1.1 AM00:00" after one minute.
Changing the date display style
You can specify the display style of the date as follows.
1 Press the [SET UP] button on the remote control
unit
2 Select “SETUP”, and press the [OK] button
v The Settings menu screen appears.
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v The Clock Set/Display menu screen appears.
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button
v The Date Display menu screen appears.
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YEAR.MONTH.DAY : Displays the date in the year/month/
day order.
MONTH.DAY.YEAR : Displays the date in the month/day/
year order.
DAY.MONTH.YEAR : Displays the date in the day/month/
year order.
6 After selecting, press the [OK] button
v The date display style will be saved.
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Setting and Displaying
Date/Time_(Continued)
Memo:
The date display style will be applied in the following
information displays.
v Recording date of the title that is shown in the playback
navigation screen (The recording date will be shown in
place of the title if the title has not been input).
v Shooting date and time that is shown when AVCHD is
played back
v Date that is displayed in the title information display screen
Changing the time display style
You can specify the display style of the time as follows.
1 Press the [SET UP] button on the remote control
unit
2 Select “SETUP”, and press the [OK] button
v The Settings menu screen appears.
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[OK] button
v The Clock Set/Display menu screen appears.
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5 The Time Display menu screen appears
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12H : Displays the time in AM/PM format.
24H : Displays the time in 24-hour format.
7 After selecting, press the [OK] button
v The time display style will be saved.
Memo:
The time display style applies to the following.
v Current time
v Date/time registered on the disc
v Recording time of the title that is shown in the playback
navigation screen
(The recording time will be shown in place of the title if the
title has not been input.)
v Shooting date and time that is displayed when AVCHD is
played back
v Time of recording that is displayed in the title information
display screen
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Dubbing/Importing
Bi-directional dubbing between the HDD and a BD/DVD is
possible using this unit alone. Also, data can be imported to
the HDD from a video camera by connecting it via i.LINK or
USB.
Dubbing from the HDD to a BD/DVD
m High-speed dubbing
Select this option if you want to significantly shorten the time
required for dubbing. Make use of a BD/DVD disc that
supports high-speed recording.
m Dubbing in a specific recording mode
Select this option when you want to specify the recording
mode for dubbing. Dubbing can be performed in the recording
mode of your preference, such as whether to "maintain a high
picture quality" or "save as many titles as possible".
For more details, refer to "Recording Modes" (A page 28) .
Memo:
v The image quality will not improve even when a recording
mode with image quality higher than that of the original
recording mode is chosen.
v Dubbing using a specific recording mode will cause the disc
to be re-encoded.
Other options for importing data into the
HDD
m Importing data from a BD/DVD to the HDD
You can import titles from a BD/DVD.
.
BDMV
BDAV
AVCHD
DVD-Video *
DVD-VR
EverioBackup *
DR
AVC
AF/AN/AL/AE
XP/SP/LP/EP
EverioBackup
(JPEG) JPEG
BDAV
(BD-RE, JPEG)
Encode dubbing
Deterioration-free
dubbing
BD
DVD
BD
FR
HDD
BD/DVD
DVD-video* : Discs that are not finalized cannot be
imported.
EverioBackup* : Data disc containing high-definition videos
that are recorded in the MPEG2 format
using a DVD writer for Everio.
m Importing data from a SDHC/SD to the HDD
Videos captured using a video camera can be imported to the
HDD by inserting the SDHC/SD card that the videos are
saved on.
m Importing data from a video camera to the
HDD
Videos captured using a video camera can be imported to the
HDD.
This unit supports video camera connections via i.LINK and
USB.
Memo:
v For MOV* format videos, only videos in MOV format (SP
mode) taken using JVC ProHD camcorder GY-HM700/100
are compatible. There is no guarantee for importing videos
taken on devices by other company.
In addition, MOV* videos cannot be imported using the SR-
HD1250.
.
MOV*
HDV
DV
SD-VIDEO(HD)*
SD-VIDEO(SD)*
AVCHD
VIDEO/
S-VIDEO
FR
DR
(MOV*)
DR
AVC
XP/SP/LP/EP
AF/AN/AL/AE
L1 terminal
DR
HDV/DV
USB/SDHC/SD
JPEG
JPEG
HDD
Video Camera
Encode dubbing
Deterioration-free
dubbing
MOV* : MOV files that are taken in SP mode using
the JVC ProHD Camcorder GY-
HM700/100
SD-VIDEO(HD)* : SD-VIDEO(JVC Everio MPEG2 TS)
SD-VIDEO(SD)* : SD-VIDEO(JVC Everio MPEG2 PS)
m Importing data from a video deck
You can import data to the HDD from an external video deck
by connecting it to a composite video or S input terminal.
For more details, refer to "Recording Using ExternalInputs"
(A page 47) .
Memo:
v Videos that are copy-controlled cannot be imported.
v Motion JPEG is not supported
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Dubbing chart
m Dubbing the video data from the HDD
.
BDMV(HD Quality)
Dubbing
Quality
Content
Quality BDAV(HD Quality) BDAV(SD Quality) DVD-VR
Format (BD) Format (DVD)
DVD-VIDEO
DR (MOV*) High-speed dubbing High-speed dubbing /
Re-encoding
Re-encoding Re-encoding Re-encoding
DR (Other) - High-speed dubbing /
Re-encoding
Re-encoding Re-encoding Re-encoding
AF/AN/AL/AE High-speed dubbing High-speed dubbing /
Re-encoding
Re-encoding Re-encoding Re-encoding
AVC High-speed dubbing High-speed dubbing /
Re-encoding
Re-encoding Re-encoding Re-encoding
FR - - Re-encoding High-speed dubbing /
Re-encoding
Re-encoding
XP/SP/LP/EP - - Re-encoding High-speed dubbing /
Re-encoding
High-speed dubbing /
Re-encoding
Memo:
MOV* : MOV files that are taken in SP mode using the JVC ProHD Camcorder GY-HM700/100
m Dubbing the picture data from the HDD
Importing file
(HDD)
Media
BDAV(BD-RE) SDHC/SD
JPEG V V
Memo:
Video images may be distorted in the following situations during reencoding/dubbing when the monitor (TV) is connected to this
unit using a HDMI cable, or when the screen resolution is set to 1080p.
v Proceeding with dubbing from the menu screen
v Returning to the normal screen after dubbing has finished
This is not a malfunction. Change the screen resolution to a setting other than 1080p if you feel that this is annoying.
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Formatting
Unused discs or SD cards may require formatting in some
cases.
When the need arises, format the disc or SD card
accordingly.
Memo:
v Formatting a disc or SD card erases all existing data from
the media.
Double-check carefully before formatting so as not to erase
important titles.
v When using a DVD-R disc in the Video mode, formatting is
not required.
Format chart
Refer to the following chart for the disc types and format
when formatting a disc.
Note:
v If a disc is formatted using an equipment not manufactured
by JVC, the disc may not be read correctly even though it
corresponds to the chart below.
In this case, reformat the disc using this unit, or make use
of another blank disc.
Memo:
v BD-R and DVD-R discs can only be formatted once.
v When a disc is re-formatted into another format, remove
the disc and load it again.
m DVD format chart
Format VR
Format
Video
Format
DVD-RW Single-sided, single
layer (4.7 GB)
V V
DVD-R Single-sided, single
layer (4.7 GB)
V V(*)
Single-sided, dual layer
(8.5 GB)
V V (*)
V: Format supported.
* : Formatting not required.
m BD format chart
Format
BD-RE Single-sided, single layer (25 GB) V
Single-sided, dual layer (50 GB) V
BD-R Single-sided, single layer (25 GB) V
Single-sided, dual layer (50 GB) V
V: Format supported.
Formatting a disc
1 Set the DVD or BD to be formatted on the disc
tray
2 Press the [MEDIA MANAGE] button on the
remote control unit
v The Media Management menu screen appears.
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DVD : A format selection screen appears.
BD : A confirmation screen to execute formatting
appears.
4 Select a format mode from the format selection
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“VIDEO MODE”.
DVD-R : Select “VR MODE”.
Memo:
v This screen does not appear when a BD disc is used.
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5 Select “YES”, and press the [OK] button in the
format confirmation screen
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v After formatting is complete, a “THE DISC HAS BEEN
FORMATTED” message appears on the monitor, and the
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v To return to the initial screen without formatting the disc,
select “DO NOT FORMAT” and press the [OK] button.
Alternatively, you can press the [RETURN] button to return
to the initial screen without formatting.
Note:
v Do not turn off the power or unplug the power cable when
the "FORMATTING DISC…" message is displayed.
v Note that formatting a disc with copyright-protected titles
erases all the titles from the disc.
m Cancel formatting
Memo:
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3 Select “YES” on the confirmation screen and
press the [OK] button
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Note:
v Formatting can be stopped if it seems to take a long time
(more than two minutes).
v If for any reason formatting cannot be stopped, the
confirmation screen for stopping formatting will not appear
even if the [OPTION] button is pressed.
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Formatting an SD Card
1 Insert the SD card to be formatted into the [SD
SLOT]
v With the terminal side facing down, insert the SD card until
a “click” sound is heard.
.
Note:
v Formatting cannot be performed if the SD card is write-
protected. In this case, turn off the write-protect lock before
inserting the SD card.
2 Press the [MEDIA MANAGE] button on the
remote control unit
v The Media Management menu screen appears.
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v A confirmation screen to execute formatting appears.
4 Select “YES”, and press the [OK] button
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v After formatting is complete, a “THE SD CARD HAS BEEN
FORMATTED” message appears on the monitor, and the
normal screen is displayed.
Memo:
v To return to the initial screen without formatting the disc,
select “NO” and press the [OK] button.
Alternatively, you can press the [RETURN] button to return
to the initial screen without formatting.
Note:
v Do not turn off the power or unplug the power cable when
the “FORMATTING SD CARD…” message is displayed. Do
not remove the SD card as well. Doing so may damage the
SD card.
v Note that formatting a disc with copyright-protected titles
erases all the titles from the disc.
v Once the formatting of the SD card begins, it cannot be
stopped.
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Recording Modes
Maximum recording time for each recording mode
You can specify a recording mode according to the intended use. Setting the video to a high picture quality shortens the
maximum recording time, while setting to a lower picture quality lengthens the recording time.
Refer to the following table for the maximum recording time in the respective modes. All figures shown in the table are
approximate values.
Recording
Mode
Quality BD (Single-
sided, Single
Layer)
BD (Single-
sided, Dual
Layer)
DVD (Single-
sided, Single
Layer)
DVD (Single-
sided, Dual
Layer)
HDD (500 GB)
(*1)
DR HD - - - - 40 hours (*2)
AF 4 hours 8 hours - - 80 hours
AN 6 hours 12 hours - - 126 hours
AL 9 hours 18 hours - - 189 hours
AE 12 hours 24 hours - - 252 hours
XP SD 5.25 hours 10.5 hours 1 hours 1.7 hours 110 hours
SP 10.5 hours 21 hours 2 hours 3.5 hours 222 hours
LP 21 hours 42 hours 4 hours 7.1 hours 442 hours
EP 42 hours 84 hours 8 hours 14.3 hours 887 hours
*1 : If the HDD capacity is 250 GB (SR-HD1250US model) the time will be approximately half of what is stated here.
*2 : An estimated figure when HDV is imported.
Memo:
v DR mode
Abbreviation for Direct Recording. Videos are recorded in the original picture quality.
v AF/AN/XP/SP mode
Recommended for recording images with fast motion, such as sports videos.
v The AF/AN mode record images at the high-quality HD level.
v The XP/SP modes record images at the high-quality SD level.
v AL/AE/LP mode
Recommended for recording images with slow motion and little contrast, such as dramas.
v AL/AE mode records images at the low-quality HD level.
v LP mode records images at the low-quality SD level.
v EP mode
Recommended for recording images with sharp outlines, such as animation videos, and when the recordable time (remaining
time) is limited.
HD picture quality
v Using BD enables dubbing to be done with HD picture
quality. To dub HD picture quality titles that are imported in
the HDD, use BD.
Note:
v Dubbing to a DVD cannot be done in HD picture quality.
DR mode
v HDV, MOV* and SD-VIDEO(JVC Everio MPEG2 TS) titles
are imported using DR mode.
MOV* : MOV files that are taken in SP mode using the JVC
ProHD Camcorder GY-HM700/100
FR mode
FR mode is displayed as the recording mode in the following
cases.
v FR mode during import into HDD
During import of SD-VIDEO (JVC Everio MPEG2 PS) titles
via high-speed dubbing. During import of data via high-
speed dubbing from DVD-VR discs recorded using other
units.
v FR mode during dubbing from HDD
When selecting the most appropriate mode automatically
between XP and EP according to the remaining memory on
the disc.
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Importing Data to the HDD
Using the ONE TOUCH
DUBBING Button
Titles can be imported to the HDD from an SD card or device
connected to the USB or i.LINK terminal simply by pressing
the [ONE TOUCH DUBBING] button.
v File formats that can be imported
① USB connection device, SD card
AVCHD, SD-VIDEO(JVC Everio MPEG2 TS, PS), MOV*,
and JPEG
MOV* : MOV files that are taken in SP mode using the
JVC ProHD Camcorder GY-HM700/100
② i.LINK-connected device
DV and HDV content
Memo:
v Data is searched according to the order of priority listed
below when multiple devices are connected to this unit.
USB h SD card h i.LINK
Data is retrieved only from the first device and imported to
the HDD. Connect only the device that contains data you
want to import to the HDD.
The i.LINK connected device can only be used to import
from tape media.
v All video files (scenes) imported using “ONE TOUCH
DUBBING” are combined into one title.
This unit does not support combining of titles during the
editing operation after import is complete. To combine and
import data, select “ONE TOUCH DUBBING”.
v Titles of two or more scenes cannot be combined if the
recording criteria, such as video size, are different.
v Import of MOV* files recorded using JVC GY-HM700/100
SP mode 1080i (25 Mbps) requires a duration that is about
1.3 times longer than the usual time.
Note:
v Do not unplug the cable while importing to the HDD is in
progress.
Doing so may result in loss or damage of the titles.
v For MOV format videos, only videos in MOV format (SP
mode) taken using JVC ProHD camcorder GY-HM700/100
are compatible. There is no guarantee for importing videos
taken on devices by other company.
In addition, MOV videos cannot be imported using the SR-
HD1250.
v Only titles that are not copyright-protected can be imported.
v Recognizing the device and importing the files may take a
long time depending on the amount of files in the device or
media.
m Procedure for one-touch importing
1 Connect the device to be used. Alternatively,
insert an SD card.
v Once preparations for importing have been done, the
message below will be shown on this unit’s display window.
i.LINK device : "HDV/DV RDY"
USB device : "USB RDY"
SD card : "SD RDY"
2 Press the [ONE TOUCH DUBBING] button on the
unit
v One-touch importing starts.
.
Memo:
Refer to the following for the flow of operations by the system
of this unit.
3 System checks the device connection
v The system of this unit detects the connected device.
Search for devices is performed in the sequence of USB,
SD card, followed by i.LINK.
4 System detects the titles to import
v All titles that can be imported will be detected and imported.
5 Importing of titles by this unit starts
6 After titles are successfully imported, a
“DUBBING IS COMPLETED” message appears
on the monitor
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v The following buttons are enabled when importing is in
progress.
[ A ] : Continues importing while switching this
unit to the Standby mode.
[ONE TOUCH
DUBBING]
: Press this button for three seconds or
longer to cancel importing.
[OPTION] : Displays a pop-up menu for canceling
importing.
[ON SCREEN] : Pressing this button each time displays or
hides the importing information.
Note:
v Importing stops and a message appears on the monitor if
an error occurs during the importing process.
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Importing Data from a BD/
DVD to the HDD
Data can be imported from a BD/DVD to the HDD as follows.
v File formats that can be imported
BD-MV, BD-AV, AVCHD, DVD-VR, DVD-VIDEO,
EverioBackup, and JPEG
Memo:
v Titles that are imported using “FULL IMPORT” combined
into one title.
This unit does not support combining of titles during the
editing operation after import is complete. To combine and
import data, select “FULL IMPORT”.
v For data that is selected for import via “SEL.
TITLE(VIDEO)”, titles with the same date are combined.
v Titles of two or more scenes cannot be combined if the
recording criteria, such as video size, are different.
Note:
v Only titles that are not copyright-protected can be imported.
v Recognizing the device and importing the files may take a
long time depending on the amount of files in the device.
m Preparations
1 Set a BD or DVD on the disc tray
2 Press the [DUBBING] button on the remote
control unit
v The importing screen appears.
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v A check mark is added to the "DISChHDD" item.
4 Select “NEXT”, and press the [OK] button
v The import selection screen appears.
Memo:
v A recording mode selection appears instead of the import
selection screen when DVD-VIDEO is detected.
For more details, refer to "Importing DVD-VIDEO" (A page
32) .
Full import
1 Select “FULL IMPORT” in the import selection
screen, and press the [OK] button
v A check mark is added to the “FULL IMPORT” item.
2 Select “NEXT”, and press the [OK] button
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3 Select “RECORDING MODE”, and press the [OK]
button
v A pop-up menu appears.
4 Select the “RECORDING MODE” option
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5 Select “START”, and press the [OK] button
v Importing of the titles starts.
v After titles are successfully imported, a “DUBBING IS
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1 Select “SEL. TITLE(VIDEO)” in the import
selection screen, and press the [OK] button
v A check mark is added to the “SEL. TITLE(VIDEO)” item.
2 Select “NEXT”, and press the [OK] button
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will appear.
v If the disc is of a format other than "BD-AV", a screen for
creating an import title list will appear. Go to step 5.
3 Select “RECORDING MODE”, and press the [OK]
button
v A pop-up menu appears.
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For more details, refer to "Recording Modes" (A page 28) .
5 Select “NEXT”, and press the [OK] button
v A screen for creating the import title list appears.
6 Create an import title list
v Follow the steps below to create an import title list.
① Select “ADD TITLE LIST FOR DUBBING”, and press
the [OK] button
The Title List screen is displayed.
② Select the titles to import, and press the [OK] button
Titles selected are added to the list.
Memo:
v Press the [MARK] button. A check mark will appear beside
the title.
All titles with a check mark can be added to the list at the
same time.
v Select a title from the dubbing title list, and press the [OK]
button to perform the following changes.
v Delete the selected title from the list
v Thumbnails may not be displayed during title selection
depending on the discs used.
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Importing Data from a BD/
DVD to the
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created title list.
v After titles are successfully imported, a “DUBBING IS
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v “START” cannot be selected for the following cases.
v A title that cannot be dubbed has been selected
v HDD memory is insufficient
v The amount of titles in the HDD has reached the
maximum amount
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Importing DVD-VIDEO
When DVD-VIDEO is detected, a recording mode selection
screen appears.
Follow the steps below to import DVD-VIDEO to the HDD.
1 Select “RECORDING MODE”, press the [OK]
button, and select “RECORDING MODE” from
the recording mode selection screen
v Select the “RECORDING MODE” option.
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v After titles are successfully imported, a “DUBBING IS
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v If the first play setting of the DVD-video has been set to top
menu or other settings, the title will not playback.
If playback does not start, press the play button or playback
the DVD-Video.
Canceling importing
m To cancel importing before it starts
v Select “CANCEL” from the menu, and press the [OK]
button to cancel importing of a title.
v Alternatively, you can press the [RETURN] button to cancel
importing and return to the initial screen.
m To cancel importing while it is in progress
v Press the [OPTION] button to display the pop-up menu.
Select “CANCEL” from the pop-up menu and press the
[OK] button. Data will be written onto the disc up to the
point where import is cancelled.
v Importing will also be stopped when the [o] button is
pressed to stop playback.
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Importing Data from a USB-
compatible Device to the
HDD
Data on devices connected to the USB terminal can be
imported to the HDD as follows.
v File formats that can be imported
AVCHD, SD-VIDEO(JVC Everio MPEG2 TS, PS), MOV*,
and JPEG
MOV* : MOV files that are taken in SP mode using the
JVC ProHD Camcorder GY-HM700/100
Memo:
v Titles that are imported using “FULL IMPORT” combined
into one title. This unit does not support combining of titles
during the editing operation after import is complete. To
combine and import data, select “FULL IMPORT”.
v For data that is selected for import via “SEL.
TITLE(VIDEO)”, titles with the same date are combined.
v Titles of two or more scenes cannot be combined if the
recording criteria, such as video size, are different.
v Import of MOV* files recorded using JVC GY-HM700/100
SP mode 1080i (25 Mbps) requires a duration that is about
1.3 times longer than the usual time.
Note:
v Turn off the power for this unit and the connecting device if
an USB compatible device is to be connected to this unit.
v Do not unplug the USB cable while importing a title.
Doing so may result in loss or damage of the titles.
v Only titles that are not copyright-protected can be imported.
v For MOV* format videos, only videos in MOV format (SP
mode) taken using JVC ProHD camcorder GY-HM700/100
are compatible. There is no guarantee for importing videos
taken on devices by other company.
In addition, MOV* videos cannot be imported using the SR-
HD1250.
v Recognizing the device and importing the files may take a
long time depending on the amount of files in the USB
device.
v If a USB connection is used, this unit will only recognize one
device out of all the recording devices.
Depending on the video camera, the memory card slot will be
recognized but the internal device will not be recognized.
Use the following methods to solve this.
v If the internal device is not recognized:
Copy the data from the camera’s internal memory or
HDD onto the SD card.
v If using a JVC camcorder that has two memory card
slots:
Put the memory card that has the required data in slot A.
v If the target device is not recognized using the USB
connection, use the camcorder's burner or a similar device
to dub the disc before proceeding with dubbing on this unit.
For more details, refer to "Importing Data from a BD/DVD
to the HDD" (A page 30) .
v When importing videos from a USB-connected camcorder,
data reading from the internal memory of the camcorder
may fail. If both the camcorder’s internal memory and SD
card are available, the SD card may be detected first. To
prevent this from occurring, remove the SD card before
reading data from the internal memory.
m Preparations
1 Connect the USB device (Everio, etc.) to this unit
using a USB cable
.
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CLOSE
STANDBY/ON
HDV/DV IN
STOP REW PLAY PAUSE REC
FF
SD
REC
HDD REC
BV
ONE TOUCH
DUBBING
REC
MODE
RESET
INPUT
SELECT HDD
MIDIA SELECT
BD/SD
HDV/DV IN
SD
REC
HDD REC
BV
ONE TOUCH
DUBBING
REC
MODE
RESET
INPUT
SELECT HDD
MIDIA SELECT
BD/SD
Memo:
v After connecting the USB cable, turn on the camera and
switch the mode of the camera.
(Choose "Connect to a computer" or a similar option. For
details refer to the camera’s instruction manual.)
2 Press the [DUBBING] button on the remote
control unit
v The importing screen appears.
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press the [OK] button
v A check mark is added to the "USBhHDD" item.
4 Select “NEXT”, and press the [OK] button
v The import selection screen appears.
Full import
1 Select “FULL IMPORT” in the import selection
screen, and press the [OK] button
v A check mark is added to the “FULL IMPORT” item.
2 Select “START”, and press the [OK] button
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Importing Data from a USB-
compatible Device to the
HDD_(Continued)
v After titles are successfully imported, a “DUBBING IS
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1 Select “SEL. TITLE(VIDEO)” in the import
selection screen, and press the [OK] button
v A check mark is added to the “SEL. TITLE(VIDEO)” item.
2 Select “NEXT”, and press the [OK] button
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v A screen for creating the import title list appears.
3 Create an import title list
v Follow the steps below to create an import title list.
① Select “ADD TITLE LIST FOR DUBBING”, and press
the [OK] button
The Title List screen is displayed.
② Select the titles to import, and press the [OK] button
Titles selected are added to the list.
Memo:
v Press the [MARK] button. A check mark will appear beside the
title.
All titles with a check mark can be added to the list at the
same time.
v You can perform the following editing operations by selecting a
title from the dubbing title list and pressing the [OK] button.
v Delete the selected title from the list
v Thumbnails will not be displayed when a title is selected.
4 Select “START”, and press the [OK] button
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created title list.
v After titles are successfully imported, a “DUBBING IS
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v “START” cannot be selected for the following cases.
v A title that cannot be dubbed has been selected
v HDD memory is insufficient
v The amount of titles in the HDD has reached the
maximum amount
v A dubbing title list has not been created
Canceling importing
m To cancel importing before it starts
v Select “CANCEL” from the menu, and press the [OK]
button to cancel importing of a title.
v Alternatively, you can press the [RETURN] button to cancel
importing and return to the initial screen.
m To cancel importing while it is in progress
v Press the [OPTION] button. Select “CANCEL” from the
Cancel Importing menu, and press the [OK] button. Doing
so imports data to the HDD up to the position where you
have chosen to stop.
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Importing Data from an SD
Card to the HDD
Data can be imported from a SD (SDHC) card to the HDD as
follows.
v File formats that can be imported
AVCHD, SD-VIDEO(JVC Everio MPEG2 TS, PS), MOV*,
and JPEG
MOV* : MOV files that are taken in SP mode using the
JVC ProHD Camcorder GY-HM700/100
Memo:
v Titles that are imported using “FULL IMPORT” combined
into one title. This unit does not support combining of titles
during the editing operation after import is complete. To
combine and import data, select “FULL IMPORT”.
v For data that is selected for import via “SEL.
TITLE(VIDEO)”, titles with the same date are combined.
v Titles of two or more scenes cannot be combined if the
recording criteria, such as video size, are different.
v Import of MOV* files recorded using JVC GY-HM700/100
SP mode 1080i (25 Mbps) requires a duration that is about
1.3 times longer than the usual time.
Note:
v Do not remove the SD card when importing of the titles is in
progress or when the importing screen is displayed.
Doing so may result in loss or damage of the titles.
v For MOV format videos, only videos in MOV format (SP
mode) taken using JVC ProHD camcorder GY-HM700/100
are compatible. There is no guarantee for importing videos
taken on devices by other company. In addition, MOV
videos cannot be imported using the SR-HD1250.
v Only titles that are not copyright-protected can be imported.
m Preparations
1 Insert the SD (SDHC) card into the [SD SLOT]
.
2 Press the [DUBBING] button on the remote
control unit
v The importing screen appears.
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3 Select "SDhHDD" in the importing screen, and
press the [OK] button
v A check mark is added to the "SDhHDD" item.
4 Select “NEXT”, and press the [OK] button
v The import selection screen appears.
Full import
1 Select “FULL IMPORT” in the import selection
screen, and press the [OK] button
v A check mark is added to the “FULL IMPORT” item.
2 Select “START”, and press the [OK] button
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v After titles are successfully imported, a “DUBBING IS
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v Choose “BACK” from the menu and press the [OK] button
to return to the previous screen.
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Importing Data from an SD
Card to the
HDD_(Continued)
Specify a title
1 Select “SEL. TITLE(VIDEO)” in the import
selection screen, and press the [OK] button
v A check mark is added to the “SEL. TITLE(VIDEO)” item.
2 Select “NEXT”, and press the [OK] button
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v A screen for creating the import title list appears.
3 Create an import title list
v Follow the steps below to create an import title list.
① Select “ADD TITLE LIST FOR DUBBING”, and press
the [OK] button
The Title List screen is displayed.
② Select the titles to import, and press the [OK] button
Titles selected are added to the list.
Memo:
v Press the [MARK] button. A check mark will appear beside
the title.
All titles with a check mark can be added to the list at the
same time.
v You can perform the following editing operations by
selecting a title from the dubbing title list and pressing the
[OK] button.
v Delete the selected title from the list
4 Select “START”, and press the [OK] button
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created title list.
v After titles are successfully imported, a “DUBBING IS
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v Choose “BACK” from the menu and press the [OK] button
to return to the previous screen.
Note:
v “START” cannot be selected for the following cases.
v A title that cannot be dubbed has been selected
v HDD memory is insufficient
v The amount of titles in the HDD has reached the
maximum amount
v A dubbing title list has not been created
v Thumbnails will not be displayed when a title is selected.
Canceling importing
m To cancel importing before it starts
v Select “CANCEL” from the menu, and press the [OK]
button to cancel importing of a title.
v Alternatively, you can press the [RETURN] button to cancel
importing and return to the initial screen.
m To cancel importing while it is in progress
v Press the [OPTION] button. Select “CANCEL” from the
Cancel Importing menu, and press the [OK] button. Doing
so imports data to the HDD up to the position where you
have chosen to stop.
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Importing Data from an
i.LINK-compatible Device to
the HDD
Data on devices connected to the i.LINK terminal can be
imported to the HDD as follows.
v Video formats that can be imported:
DV and HDV content
Memo:
v Only titles that are not copyright-protected can be imported.
v Devices that have in-built copyright protection such as D-VHS
and digital tuners cannot be connected. This unit only allows
import from tape media.
v Importing will not be performed if no tape has been inserted
into the HDV/DV camera.
v Importing will be cancelled when the mode is changed from
HDV to DV or vice versa.
v For camcorders that support both HDV and DV recording, use
only one of the modes for recording and playback.
v There is no support for editing using a connected PC.
v Only one i.LINK device can be connected to this unit at a
time.
Note:
v Turn off the power for this unit and the connecting device
when connecting using an i.LINK compatible device.
v Do not unplug the i.LINK cable while importing to the HDD is
in progress.
Doing so may result in loss or damage of the titles.
v For example, during full import of HDV content from JVC GY-
HD100 via i.LINK connection, the beginning of the image may
not be captured if GY-HD100 is not set as follows.
(1) Set the [IEEE1394] switch at the rear of the GY-HD100
unit to [HDV] or [DV] according to the recorded content.
(2) Set [MENU]/[VIDEO FORMAT]/[PB TAPE] on the GY-
HD100 unit to [HDV] or [DV].
(As with (1), set according to the recorded content. Setting to
[AUTO] is not allowed.)
(3) Check to ensure that the [HDV] or [DV] lamp on the side of
the GY-HD100 unit is lit.
(Check to ensure that the lamp that is lit corresponds to the
setting in (1) and (2).)
When importing from a tape that contains data captured in the
HDV recording and DV recording modes, change the video
camera setting according to each recording mode, check to
ensure that the corresponding lamp in (3) is lit, and choose to
start import from the current position.
m Preparations
1 Connect the device (camera, etc.) to this unit
using an i.LINK cable
.
OPEN/
CLOSE
STANDBY/ON
HDV/DV IN
STOP REW PLAY PAUSE REC
FF
SD
REC
HDD REC
BV
ONE TOUCH
DUBBING
REC
MODE
RESET
INPUT
SELECT HDD
MIDIA SELECT
BD/SD
HDV/DV IN
SD
REC
HDD REC
BV
ONE TOUCH
DUBBING
REC
MODE
RESET
INPUT
SELECT HDD
MIDIA SELECT
BD/SD
Memo:
v After the device (camera, etc.) has been connected using
an i.Link cable, turn on the power of the device and switch
it to playback mode. (refer to the device's (camera, etc.)
instruction manual for more details.)
2 Press the [DUBBING] button on the remote
control unit
v The importing screen appears.
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and press the [OK] button
v A check mark is added to the "HDV/DVhHDD" item.
4 Select “NEXT”, and press the [OK] button
v The import selection screen appears.
Imports data from the beginning
You can import videos from the beginning till the end as
follows. If the current position is halfway through the tape,
import after rewinding the tape to the beginning.
1 Select “IMPORT FROM BEGINNING”, and press
the [OK] button
v A check mark is added to the “IMPORT FROM
BEGINNING” item.
2 Select “NEXT”, and press the [OK] button
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3 Select “RECORDING MODE”, press the [OK]
button, and select from the pop-up menu
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Importing Data from an
i.LINK-compatible Device to
the HDD_(Continued)
v Select "XP", "SP", "LP", or "EP" from the “RECORDING
MODE” option.
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v HDV contents will be imported in DR mode.
For more details, refer to "Recording Modes" (A page 28) .
4 Select “START”, and press the [OK] button
v Importing of the titles starts.
v After titles are successfully imported, a “DUBBING IS
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You can import videos from the current tape position till the
end as follows.
1 Select “IMPORT FROM CURRENT POSITION”,
and press the [OK] button
v A check mark is added to the “IMPORT FROM CURRENT
POSITION” item.
2 Select “NEXT”, and press the [OK] button
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3 Select “RECORDING MODE” and press the [OK]
button to display the pop-up menu
v Select "XP", "SP", "LP", or "EP" from the “RECORDING
MODE” option.
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v HDV contents will be imported in DR mode.
For more details, refer to "Recording Modes" (A page 28) .
4 Select “START”, and press the [OK] button
v Importing of the titles starts.
v After titles are successfully imported, a “DUBBING IS
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m To cancel importing before it starts
v Select “CANCEL” from the menu, and press the [OK]
button to cancel importing of a title.
v Alternatively, you can press the [RETURN] button to cancel
importing and return to the initial screen.
m To cancel importing while it is in progress
v Press the [OPTION] button. Select “CANCEL” from the
Cancel Importing menu, and press the [OK] button. Doing
so imports data to the HDD up to the position where you
have chosen to stop.
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Dubbing a Title from the
HDD to a BD/DVD
Titles stored in the internal HDD can be dubbed to a BD/DVD
as follows.
Memo:
v Disc types that can be used for dubbing with this unit are:
BD-RE, BD-R, DVD-RW, and DVD-R.
For more details, refer to "Discs that enable both dubbing and
playback" (A page 10) .
v HD content for which the delete scene operation has been
applied cannot be dubbed to BDMV. Perform seamless
conversion before starting a dubbing operation.
For details, refer to "Mode Conversion" (A page 73) .
v When dubbing 720p content to a BDAV/BDMV disc, the
data may be converted to 480i in some cases. This occurs
when recording mode conversion other than seamless
conversion is performed, or when dubbing is performed via
recording mode selection.
For 720p HDV content imported via i.LINK, a disc can be
created at 720p during high-speed dubbing to BDAV. For
720p content imported from JVC GY-HM700/100 via an SD
card, a high-definition disc can be created by selecting
high-speed dubbing to BDMV/BDAV.
Note:
v The following high bit-rate files may not meet the Blu-ray
Disc standards when they are dubbed to a BD.
v When a BDAV/BDMV disc is created (high-speed
dubbing) by importing content captured in the JVC GY-
HM700/100 SP mode.
v When a BDAV disc is created (high-speed dubbing) by
importing content captured in the JVC GZ-HD7/6 etc
FHD mode.
v When a BDAV/BDMV disc is created by importing
content that is captured using another video camera at a
peak bit-rate that exceeds 28.8 Mbps.
If the Blu-ray Disc standards are not met, playback on
another player may fail. To ensure that the standards are
satisfied, perform high-speed dubbing after converting the
recording mode, or perform dubbing by specifying a recording
mode.
Dubbing from the HDD to a BD/DVD
m Preparation
1 Set a BD or DVD on the disc tray
Memo:
v A message appears on the monitor in the following cases
where a disc cannot be written to. Take the necessary
actions according to the message.
v When an incompatible disc type is set
v When there is insufficient space on the set disc
v When a finalized disc is set
2 Press the [DUBBING] button on the remote
control unit
v The Dubbing menu screen appears.
3 On this screen, select "DISCiVIDEO"
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4 Select “NEXT”, and press the [OK] button
Memo:
Dubbing can also be performed from the Playback Navigation
screen.
① Select the titles to dub, and press the [OPTION]
button
② Select “DUB”, and press the [OK] button
③ Follow Steps 3 to 4 of "Preparation"
m Dubbing titles
1 Select “RECORDING FORMAT”, and press the
[OK] button
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For more details, refer to "Format chart" (A page 25) .
2 Select “RECORDING MODE”, and press the [OK]
button
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your preference.
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Dubbing a Title from the
HDD to a BD/
DVD_(Continued)
Memo:
v High-speed dubbing
Select this option if you want to significantly shorten the
time required for dubbing.
Make use of a disc that supports high-speed recording.
v AF/AN/AL/AE
Can be selected for BD-R and BD-RE. Dubbing is done
with HD picture quality.
v XP/SP/LP/EP
Dubbing is done with SD picture quality.
v FR
An appropriate mode will be chosen automatically between
XP to EP according to the remaining memory on the disc.
For more details, refer to "Dubbing the video data from the
HDD" (A page 24) and "Recording Modes" (A page 28) .
3 Select “NEXT”, and press the [OK] button
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4 Create a dubbing title list
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① Select “ADD TITLE LIST FOR DUBBING”, and press
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② Select the titles to dub, and press the [OK] button
Memo:
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the title.
All titles with a check mark can be added to the list at the
same time.
v You can perform the following editing operations by
selecting a title from the dubbing title list and pressing the
[OK] button.
v Delete the selected title from the list
v Change the list arrangement
v Change the name of the selected title
Select “RENAME TITLE”, and press the [OK] button to
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title is performed.
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v “NEXT” cannot be selected for the following cases.
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v Disc memory is insufficient
v A dubbing title list has not been created
Memo:
v Steps 6 and 7 are not applicable for "BDAV" and "DVD-VR"
disc formats. Go to step 8.
6 Select a background image for the disc menu
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"Background" or "Still Picture".
v “SELECT FROM DEFAULT BACKGROUND”
A default background set is used for the disc menu.
v “SELECT FROM STILL PICTURES”(only for SR-
HD1500)
Use a still image on the HDD for the disc menu.
The largest size allowed for a still image that is used as
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Memo:
v The background image of the disc menu can be selected
(only for DVD-Video and BD-MV).
v The following sizes are recommended for still images.
BD : 1920 x 1080
DVD : 720 x 480
v When a still image is used, the two vertical or horizontal
edges are trimmed based on the side that is smaller than
the aspect ratio of the video to be dubbed.
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Example of Side-cut Still Image
7 Set the operations for finalize
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If a BD-MV disc is being dubbed, “OFF” cannot be set for
“FINALIZE”. And once the BD-MV disc is dubbed the disc
cannot be rewritten.
v If a DVD-Video or BD-MV disc is being dubbed, the settings
for “FIRST PLAY”, “REPEAT” and “RENAME DISC” can be
changed.
① Select “FIRST PLAY”, and select either “NONE”,
“TOP MENU” or “TITLE 1”
v “NONE”
A finalized disc will not be automatically played back
when it is inserted into another device.
v “TOP MENU”
The disc menu will be displayed automatically when a
finalized disc is inserted into another device.
v “TITLE 1”
The first title on a finalized disc will be played back
automatically when it is inserted into another device.
Memo:
“NONE” cannot be selected for “FIRST PLAY” for BD-MV.
② Select “REPEAT”, and choose either “OFF” or “ON”
v “OFF”
The disc will stop and the menu will be displayed after all
the titles are played back.
v “ON”
Repeat playback from the first title will start automatically
after all the titles are played back.
③ Select “RENAME DISC”, and press the [OK] button
v Change the disc name when finalizing is performed.
8 Select “START”, and press the [OK] button
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dubbing process.
v After dubbing is complete, a “DUBBING IS COMPLETED”
message appears on the monitor.
Memo:
v Choose “BACK” from the menu and press the [OK] button
to return to the previous screen.
m Cancel dubbing
To cancel dubbing before it starts
v Select “CANCEL” from the menu, and press the [OK]
button to cancel dubbing.
v Alternatively, you can press the [RETURN] button to cancel
dubbing and return to the initial screen.
To discontinue dubbing while it is in progress
v Press the [OPTION] button. Select “CANCEL” from the
Cancel Dubbing menu, and press the [OK] button.
Memo:
v When dubbing to a BD-R or DVD-R, the disc memory will
be reduced as data will still be written onto the disc up to
the point where dubbing is discontinued.
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Dubbing Still Images from
the HDD
Still images stored in the internal HDD can be dubbed to a
BD-RE or an SD card as follows.
Memo:
v Only "JPEG" still image format is supported.
For more details, refer to "Dubbing the picture data from the
HDD" (A page 24) .
m Before dubbing
v Dubbing to a disc
Set the BD-RE for dubbing on the disc tray
v Dubbing to an SD card
Insert the SD card to be dubbed into the [SD SLOT]
m Dubbing still images
1 Press the [DUBBING] button on the remote
control unit
v The Dubbing menu screen appears.
2 On this screen, select "DISC/SDiPICTURE"
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v A checkmark will be added to the selected media.
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Memo:
v A message appears on the monitor when dubbing cannot
be performed in the following cases. When this occurs,
replace the disc or SD card with one that is usable.
v When an incompatible disc or SD card is set
v When there is insufficient space on the set disc or SD
card
v When an unformatted disc or SD card is set
For details, refer to "Formatting a disc" (A page 25) or
"Formatting an SD Card" (A page 27) .
5 Select the still images to dub, and press the
[MARK] button
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selected image.
All still images with a check mark are dubbed.
Memo:
v To clear the check mark, select the corresponding still
image, and press the [MARK] button.
v Pressing the [OPTION] button displays a pop-up menu.
The pop-up menu enables you to perform the following
operations.
BACK : Exits the pop-menu and returns to the
initial screen.
SELECT ALL : Selects all still images within the same
group.
DESELECT ALL : Clears the selection of all still images
within the same group.
Note:
v A message appears if the selected still images do not fit
into the disc. Check mark cannot be added to a still image if
there is insufficient space on the disc.
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6 Select “START”, and press the [OK] button
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dubbing process.
v After dubbing is complete, a “DUBBING IS COMPLETED”
message appears on the monitor.
Memo:
v A directory of the following configuration is created in the
media, and still images are written with file names ranging
from "PIC_0001.jpg" to "PIC_9999.jpg".
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m Dubbing from the Playback Navigation
screen
Dubbing can also be performed from the Playback Navigation
screen.
1 Select the still images to dub, and press the
[OPTION] button
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3 Follow steps 3 to 5 of "Dubbing still images"
Memo:
v Check marks of still images that appear on the Playback
navigation screen will remain added to the image on the
still image selection screen.
m Cancel dubbing
To cancel dubbing before it starts
v Select “CANCEL” from the menu, and press the [OK]
button to cancel dubbing.
v Alternatively, you can press the [RETURN] button to cancel
dubbing and return to the initial screen.
To discontinue dubbing while it is in progress
v Press the [OPTION] button. Select “CANCEL” from the
Cancel Dubbing menu, and press the [OK] button.
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Enabling Playback on
Other Devices (Finalizing)
DVD-R and DVD-RW discs may need to be finalized before
they can be played on other DVD players.
Memo:
v Discs in the Video mode becomes a DVD-Video format with
a title menu after finalizing.
v Discs containing DVD-Video data can be finalized by
setting the disc operation settings according when the disc
is inserted into this unit.
v Recording or editing of the disc will not be possible after it
is finalized.
v If a DVD that was recorded using VR mode has been
finalized, the disc can only be played back on VR mode
compatible devices.
Finalizing
1 Set the BD or DVD to be finalized on the disc tray
2 Press the [MEDIA MANAGE] button on the
remote control unit
v The Media Management menu screen appears.
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4 Select “YES” and press the [OK] button
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v To cancel the finalizing operation, select “NO” and press
the [OK] button.
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“CHANGE DISC MENU BACKGROUND” accordingly.
Set according to the steps below.
① Select “FIRST PLAY”, and select an appropriate first
play setting item
v This item is used for setting the disc operation when a
finalized disc is inserted into another device.
NONE : A finalized disc will not be automatically
played back when it is inserted into another
device.
TOP MENU : The disc menu will be displayed
automatically when a finalized disc is
inserted into another device.
TITLE 1 : The first title on a finalized disc will be
played back automatically when it is
inserted into another device.
② Select “REPEAT”, and select an appropriate repeat
setting item
v Set the disc action to be taken after all titles have been
played back.
OFF : The disc will stop and the menu will be displayed
after all the titles are played back.
ON : Repeat playback from the first title will start
automatically after all the titles are played back.
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③ Select “CHANGE DISC MENU BACKGROUND” to
select a background image for the top menu
v You can register and use a background image of your
preference.
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6 Select “FINALIZE”, and press the [OK] button
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v After finalization is complete, a “THE DISC HAS BEEN
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Only DVD-RW discs that are finalized on this unit can be
unfinalized.
After a disc is unfinalized, addition of new titles and editing
are possible.
Note:
v All discs except DVD-RW (VR mode) cannot be unfinalized.
m To unfinalize a disc
1 Set a DVD-RW disc that is finalized by this unit
on the disc tray
2 Press the [MEDIA MANAGE] button on the
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4 Select “YES” and press the [OK] button
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v After unfinalizing is complete, a “THE DISC HAS BEEN
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Copying the Entire Disc
Copying the entire disc allows all content on a BD (BDMV) or
DVD (AVCHD, DVD-Video) to be copied onto another disc.
Note:
v Content cannot be copied to a formatted BD-R or DVD-R
disc. Make use of an unformatted disc.
v Use a DVD-R/-RW instead of a BD-R/-RE or DVD when the
source disc is a BD disc.
v The disc to be copied onto will be formatted when copy is
performed. Check that the disc has not been used before
or if it is ok to delete data on the disc when using a BD-RE
or a DVD-RW.
v In the case of BD, volume labels are not copied.
v If an unsupported disc is set, “UNABLE TO IMPORT FROM
DISC” or “UNABLE TO DUB ONTO DISC INSERT
ANOTHER DISC” will be displayed on the monitor. Use a
disc that is supported by this unit.
For details on discs that are supported by this unit, refer to
"Discs that enable both dubbing and playback" (A page 10)
and "Discs that enable playback only" (A page 10) .
1 Press the [DUBBING] button on the remote
control unit
v The Dubbing screen appears.
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v A menu screen for copying the entire disc appears.
Memo:
v During copy of the entire disc, data is temporarily copied to
the internal HDD.
v Only discs that are not copyright-protected can be copied.
3 Set the number of discs to copy using the [ J / K ]
buttons
v You can specify up to a maximum of 10 discs.
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5 Set the source BD or DVD on the disc tray
6 Select “START”, and press the [OK] button
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v The disc tray will open automatically after copying has
finished and “READY TO COPY NOW. INSERT THE DISC
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Memo:
v Confirm the insufficient space on the internal HDD when
the copy interrupts.
7 Set a BD or DVD to copy on the disc tray
8 Select “START”, and press the [OK] button
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v The copy operation will not be performed when the
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v After copy is complete the tray will open automatically, and
copy of the entire disc ends.
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v The screen prompting you to insert a new disc appears
repeatedly until this unit has finished copying the number of
discs specified in Step 3. When the message appears, set
a new BD or DVD on the disc tray, select “START”, and
press the [OK] button.
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v Select “CANCEL” from the menu, and press the [OK]
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Inputs
Videos on an external device that is connected to i.LINK
(HDV/DV) or video / S-video input can be recorded to the
HDD.
Memo:
v Only titles that are not copyright-protected can be imported.
1 Select the location of the playback file
2 Press the [INPUT SELECT] button on the remote
control, and choose external input (HDV/DV or
L-1)
3 Press the [REC MODE] button and select a
recording mode
4 Press the [ R ] and [ I ] remote control buttons
together to start the recording process
v Recording can also be start by pressing the [ R ] button on
this unit.
5 Operate the external device using i.LINK(HDV/
DV) or the video/S-video input to output the
videos to be recorded
6 Press the [ o ] button on either this unit or the
remote control to display the pop-up screen,
choose “STOP” and press the [OK] button
v End the recording.
Memo:
v Recording will continue even if the external device is
stopped.
v Recording will be stopped if the maximum recording time
has been reached, or if there is insufficient memory in the
media.
v For HDV contents, "DR" will be used to record instead of
the selected recording mode.
v RECORDABLE MEDIA
RECORDING
MODE
RECORDABLE MEDIA
HDD DVD-RW
(VR format)
BD-RE
(BD-AV format)
DR HDV - -
AF (HD) - - -
AN (HD) - - -
AL (HD) - - -
AE (HD) - - -
XP (SD) DV/L1 L1 L1
SP (SD) DV/L1 L1 L1
LP (SD) DV/L1 L1 L1
EP (SD) DV/L1 L1 L1
v MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS RECORDING TIME
HDD : 24 hours (*1)
DVD-RW : 8 hours
BD-RE : 8 hours
*1: Title will automatically be split into time separated by 8
hours. The dividing point will not be recorded.
For the recording modes and maximum recording time for
each disc, refer to (A page 28) .
Dubbing/Importing
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About Playing Back
Videos or edited videos stored on the internal HDD, as well
as videos stored on a disc or SD card can be played back on
this unit.
The types of media that are playable on this unit are as
follows.
v Videos and still images stored on the internal HDD
v Videos stored on different disc types
v Videos and still images stored on backup discs created
using the "Everio Writer"
v Videos and still images stored on SD cards
These videos can be easily played back for viewing using the
"Playback Navigation" software that comes with this unit.
For details on the "Playback Navigation" software, refer to
"Using Playback Navigation" (A page 48) .
Memo:
v This unit does not support DivX videos.
v If AVCHD files are displayed in thumbnails, black bars may
appear on the left and right borders depending on the video
resolution.
v To display MOV* files stored on an SD card using Playback
Navigation, make use of list display. Thumbnail display is
not supported. Files on the SD card cannot be played back
directly. To do so, import them into a HDD.
For details on importing MOV* files from an SD card, refer to
"Importing Data from an SD Card to the HDD" (A page 35) .
MOV* : MOV files that are taken in SP mode using the JVC
ProHD Camcorder GY-HM700/100
Icon Mark name Explanation
.
Protect Mark Indicates protected titles.
.
Mode
Conversion
Preset Mark
Indicates titles for which mode
conversion has been preset.
.
Not Viewed
Mark
Indicates titles that have not
been viewed or groups
containing titles that have not
been viewed.
.
Scene
Delete Mark
Indicates titles for which scene
delete or chapter delete has
been applied.
.
Group Mark Indicates a group.
.
Playlist Mark Indicates a playlist.
.
Not Playable
Mark
Indicates titles that cannot be
played.
Using Playback Navigation
Videos can be easily played back for viewing using the
"Playback Navigation" function available on this unit.
Displaying the Playback Navigation screen
1 Select the location of the playback file
v Press the [HDD] button on the remote control unit
Play back videos or still images stored on the HDD.
v Press the [BD/SD] button on the remote control unit.
Play back videos or still images stored on a BD/DVD or a
SD.
2 Press the [NAVIGATION] button on the remote
control unit
v The Playback Navigation screen appears.
Memo:
v Pressing the [BD/SD] button each time switches the media
to play back between BD/DVD and SD.
v You can also switch the media to play back by pressing the
[HDD] or [BD/SD] button when the Playback Navigation
screen is displayed.
Operating Playback Navigation
m Playing a video/still image
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Memo:
v Select a group and press the [OK] button to display all titles
in the group.
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m Switching between thumbnail and list
displays
You can switch between the thumbnail display and list display
of a video.
v When the video thumbnail list screen is displayed
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m Displaying a group/folder
A group/folder screen can be displayed.
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m Switching between video and still image
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You can switch the display between the video thumbnail list
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v When the video thumbnail list screen is displayed
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Displaying the Option menu enables you to perform different
operations on a selected title/group, including “BACK”,
“PLAY”, “DELETE”, “DUB”, “GROUP”, “UNGROUP”, “DO
NOT GROUP”, “MODE CHANGE”, “EDIT”, “EDIT INFO” and
“OTHERS”.
1 Select a title/group, and press the [OPTION]
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v An Option menu appears.
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