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I cannot copy HD recording to JVC DVHS VCR at HS speed

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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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