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The IEEE 1374 is the way to go. It is fast, and it is digital. Therefore, the video and audio will not be degraded in the transfer. The others are analog interfaces.

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Here's what you will end up doing. ANALOG CAPTURE. I could help if we knew more about the HOST PC/MACINTOSH machine. It's only my opinion that to get a FIREWIRE ANALOG VIDEO DIGITIZER is not a great idea.

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The LCD is not color correct. You don't get that until you move into the HD DVCams. And then most TVs don't agree on color too.

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If this is an USB connection, I'd try another USB plug that you know works. Remember that MOTHERBOARD DRIVERS are often an issue. Some will accept a Windows Update driver and this happens.

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This terminal allows for direct digital transfers to other equipment with DV input terminals, such as JVC's GV-DT1 multimedia printer or the video capture card in your computer. The same terminal when bi-directional ( in and out ) allows dubbing from another DV source.

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The Newsoft software is not design to download images from JVC camcorders to your PC. This software is included with JVC products to provide our customers with an editing tool. (using Newsoft programs you can touch up pictures, create albums or slide shows) To download images from the camcorder to the PC, you will need to use the provided JVC software Picture Navigator, JLIP Video Capture, or the USB connection depending on the model of your camera. Consult the above chart to determine which software you received with your camera.

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Since the transfer of digital signal to the camcorder is fully automatic (no controls or adjustments of the process are active other then start or stop) the signal coming from the computer MUST be continuous. If any glitches or interruptions are present in the signal coming from the computer, the camcorder will automatically cancel the connection.

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No. The GRHD1U includes a component cable. Another breakout cable provides composite, S-video and audio left and right. For dubbing the footage to a DVHS VCR or computer, a standard 4 to 4 or 4 to 6 (camera has a 4 pin connector built in) pins firewire cable (not supplied) is required.

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Yes. Zoom can be controlled either by a variable speed rocker control, or a zoom ring on the lens. Focus is either automatic or manual via a focus ring.

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No. The audio level is always automatic via an AGC circuit.

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Tapes may be played back by the camera itself. If the tape was shot in the 720P (HD) or 480P (SD) modes, it cannot be played back on a standard DV VCR or camera. Tapes shot in the 480i (DV) mode are completely compatible and can be played back on any DV VCR/camera. In addition, tapes can be dubbed to a JVC HD DVHS VCR via the firewire connector.

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A basic, non-linear editing program created by KDDI is included with the camera, but there are other alternatives. Cine Form has announced a plug-in called Aspect HD for Adobe Premiere 6.5 which it will be shipping by early August. Due to the amount interest generated by this camera, virtually all of the major NLE manufacturers working on solutions to work with the HD cameras.

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HD mode images may appear to move somewhat stiffly compared with SD mode or DV mode images. This is because they are shot at a rate of 30 frames per second compared with the 60 frames per second for the SD or DV mode images. The movie is shot at 24 frames per second, and looks good. So HD mode can have the same feel as a movie material. For smooth movement during video clips, we recommend you minimize rapid-panning or avoid shooting fast-moving subjects. Should you wish to record more natural motion in the picture, we recommend setting a slower shutter speed, or changing the recording mode to SD or DV.

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The GRHD1 has three sections: HD/SD (high definition), DV (digital camcorder) and DSC (digital still camera). The still section, (thru USB), should work with Windows ME, 2000, XP or MAC. HD/SD would only work properly with Windows XP. DV section would work with Windows XP as well as MAC. Please note that GRHD1 is ONLY fully compatible with Windows XP. All other operating systems may, also, work but it is not guaranteed.

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There may be times when the GR-HD1U playback HD stream thru the 1394 connection is not correctly recognized by the DVHS. Instead, it is recognized as an SD signal stream (only selection of speeds STD or LS3 is possible). To correct this, first perform an i.LINK reset as described in the manual for the VCR (for example, HMDH30000 manual pg 58). Then make sure the GRHD1 menu setting for i.LINK output is set to “SW”, and that the i.LINK switch, located underneath the camera screen, is set to MPEG2. This should allow to copy HD tape to VCR at HS speed.

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The serial number for MPEG edit software is case sensitive. Please pay attention during entering the number to the case of letters.

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Fully charged battery should allow approx. 1 hour of continuous recording (depending on use of zoom/focus features).

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Microdrives that are integrated with other products may not work in EVERIO. JVC recommends using only Microdrives from JVC or retail versions of Hitachi Microdrives (2GB and 4 GB).

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It uses USB 2.0(backward compatible with 1.0) for transfer of files to PC. Since recording media is a flash memory an optional card reader can also be used.

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Other then supplied programs may result in distorted playback or no video at all. Use provided CYBERLINK POWER DVD version 5 software.

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