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Blu-ray Disc™ HDD Recorder
Glossary
●1080i
●HDMI
In a single high-definition image, 1080 (1125) alternating scan lines pass every 1/60th (NTSC)
or 1/50th (PAL) of a second to create an interlace image. And because 1080i (1125i) more than
doubles the current scan lines of 480i (525i) found on television broadcasts, it helps to ensure
that details are much clearer, enabling the creation of more realistic and richer images.
Established in Dec. 2002, HDMI is an interface for digital electronic equipment that acts as the
connection standard between PCs and displays. It transmits uncompressed HD digital audio
and video signals on a single cable without distortion. The DVI interface was its predecessor,
and HDMI has been enhanced for AV equipment by adding functions such as audio
transmission capability, copy protection of digital content and other intellectual properties, as
well as the ability to transfer color-variation information.
●AVCHD
(Advanced Video Codec High Definition)
AVCHD is an acronym for Advanced Video Codec High Definition, and it is the format for HD
camcorders used to record and playback high-definition video images. AVCHD uses the
H.264/MPEG-4 AVC compression format for video to enable highly efficient encoding, the Dolby
Digital (AC-3) format with LPCM option for audio, and MPEG-2-TS for multiplexing.
●MPEG-2
(Blu-ray Disc Audio/Visual)
BDAV is an application format used for recordable discs including BD-R and BD-RE as the
correlation between DVD-VR in DVD specifications is similar for BDAV in Blu-ray specifications.
Recorded video can be edited (e.g. chapter editing) or added with new footage onto a disc,
making this format highly suitable for recording purposes. It is also ideal for backing up
recordings, although its playback compatibility is limited. High-definition MPEG-2 files can also
be recorded in the MPEG-2 format as is.
●BDMV
(Moving Picture Experts Group 2)
MPEG-2 is a standard for efficient data compression and color video expansion that is widely
used for media such as DVDs and satellite-based digital broadcastings.
●MPEG-4
●BDAV
SR-HD1500 (500GB HDD)
SR-HD1250 (250GB HDD)
(High-definition Multimedia Interface)
AVC/H.264
MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 is a standard for efficient data compressing and color video expansion,
which is used for recording high-definition video. MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 usage is expected to
increase in the future as the video codec has been approved by Blu-ray disc specifications.
●Progressive/Interlace
As the primary scanning methods for televisions, Interlace is a conventional image signal that
displays the image in two phases by splitting the display into odd and even scan lines.
Progressive will display the whole image in a single scan and when compared to Interlace, it
helps to ensure high-definition image reproduction without flickering.
S A L E S
G U I D E
(Blu-ray Disc Movie)
BDMV is an interactive disc authoring mode and application format for BD-ROMs, which is a
part of Blu-ray disc specifications. The correlation between DVD-Video in DVD specifications is
similar for BDMV in Blu-ray specifications and BDMV format discs can be played back on other
BD players. With its menu support, the format is also highly suitable for distribution purposes.
●Seamless
conversion
In order to enable the smooth transition of edited images while playing back or dubbing onto an optical
disc, equipment offering seamless conversion is able to correct the unnecessary freezing and jerkiness
found in content or video streams having deleted sections or repeatedly recorded DV or HDV content.
Specifications
SR-HD1500
SR-HD1250
HDD storage capacity
500GB
Video recording system
H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC),
MPEG-2 TS, MPEG-2 PS,
JPEG (Still)
Importable
data format (to HDD)
BD-R (SL/DL), BD-RE (SL/DL)*2
BDMV
BD-R (SL/DL), BD-RE (SL/DL)* 2
DVD-Video
Recording Function
Audio recording system
BDAV
250GB
DVD-VR
(CPRM enabled)
Playable
disc format AVCHD
Dolby Digital, Linear PCM
MOV*1, AVCHD, HDV, DV,
JPEG, BDAV, BDMV,
DVD-Video/VR,
Everio backup disc
JPEG
A VCHD, HDV, DV,
JPEG, BDAV, BDMV,
DVD-Video/VR,
Everio backup disc
Recordable Media
CD-DA
BD-R (SL/DL), BD-RE (SL/DL)*2
MPEG-2 TS
DVD-R (SL/DL), DVD-RW
H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC)
SD Card (Still)
MPEG-2 PS
SDHC, SD
BD-Video, BD-R (SL/DL),
BD-RE (SL/DL)
DVD-Video, DVD-R (SL/DL),
DVD-RW, DVD-RAM,
DVD+R (SL/DL), +RW
CD
CD, CD-R, CD-RW
SD Card (Video*3/Still)
SDHC, SD
Video input/output
BDAV
BD-R (SL/DL), BD-RE (SL/DL)* 2
BDMV
(HDMV)
BD-R (SL/DL), BD-RE (SL/DL)*2
DR
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
AF, AN, AL, AE
XP, SP, LP, EP, FR
Weight
Ω (BNC)
1 Vp-p, 75
3.5 mm diameter jack
DVD-R (SL/DL)/-RW
USB terminal
JPEG
BD-RE, SDHC, SD
SD memory card
41°F to 95°F
(5°C to 35°C)
-4°F to 140°F
(-20°C to 60°C)
RS-232C
(D-sub 9-pin)
Horizontal only
17-1/10" x 2-6/8"x 13-13/16"
(435 mm x 70 mm x 351 mm)
11.2 lbs
(5.1 kg)
11.0 lbs
(5.0 kg)
External Dimensions
Table of Contents
● Introduction ......................................
2
● Product Overview .............................
2
● Product Advantages .........................
3
● Workflow
Usable discs, Recording .................... 5
Importing ............................................ 6
Editing ................................................ 8
Dubbing ............................................. 10
● FAQ .................................................... 11
● Specifications ................................... 12
4-pin for DV, HDV IN
Remote input
DVD-VR
34 W/3.0 W
Operating
Operating position
DV input
DVD-R (SL/DL)/-RW
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power
on/off
Storage
S-video input/output
DVD-Video
Power
consumption
Temperature
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω,
C: 0.286 Vp-p, 75 Ω
HDMI output
Power requirement
Yes
2Vrms (pin jack)
Component video output
AC power cord, audio/video
cable, BNC male to RCA female
adapter, infrared remote
control unit, “AA” battery x 2
Supplied
accessories
Yes
Audio input/output
Serial command
Recordable/Playable Disc Format
Recordable
disc format
BD-RE (SL/DL), SDHC, SD,
Everio backup disc (DVD-R/-RW)
Input and Output*4
Playable Media
Accessories
General
DVD-R (SL/DL)/-RW, DVD+R (SL/DL)/+RW
DVD-RAM, SDHC, SD
Recording Mode
DVD
DVD
DVD-R (SL/DL)/-RW,
DVD-RAM
Everio
backup disc
Blu-ray Disc
Blu-ray Disc
DVD-R (SL/DL)/-RW, +RW (SL/DL)
The World's Only* Professional Blu-ray & HDD
Combo Deck Recorder with SD Card Slot!
Share and Archive your Original HD Content.
__
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω
CB/CR, PB/PR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω
19-pin type A
(Deep Color, x.v.Color, Ver.1.3a)
USB2.0
SDHC, SD
*1: Only on the SR-HD1500 from the GY-HM700 or GY-HM100 camcorder using the SP mode. *2: Not compatible with Ver. 1.0 *3: Playability depends on the
data format and conditions. *4: Corresponds to copy protection. *5: Dubbed disc may not be in accordance with the official Blu-ray specifications depending on
the conditions.
E. & O.E. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
“Blu-ray Disc” and “Blu-ray Disc” logo are trademarks. "AVCHD" and the "AVCHD" logo are trademarks of Panasonic Corporation and Sony Corporation. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface
are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. "Dolby" and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. i.LINK is a trademark of Sony Corporation. DTS is a registered trademark and
the DTS logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio Essential are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. The SD and SDHC logos are trademarks of the SD Card Association. Java and all Java based
trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. All other brand or product names may be trademark and/or registered trademarks of their
respective holders. Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved.
Copyright © 2009 Victor Company of Japan, Limited (JVC). All Rights Reserved.
Copyright © 2009, Victor Company of Japan, Limited (JVC). All Rights Reserved.
DISTRIBUTED BY
Printed in Japan
ICN-0307
"JVC" is the trademark or registered trademark of Victor Company of Japan, Limited.
*As of September 1, 2009 (source: JVC)
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SR-HD1500/SR-HD1250
Introduction
Advantages of the SR-HD1500 & SR-HD1250
JVC introduces two new tapeless HD combo decks
featuring a HDD (SR-HD1500: 500GB,
SR-HD1250: 250GB), Blu-ray recorder, and SDHC
compatible SD card slot. As the world’s only*
professional HD combo deck with a Blu-ray disc
recorder, the SR-HD1500/HD1250 incorporates a
variety of interfaces to facilitate link-up with
external devices. Both recorders are compatible
with HD cameras supporting HDV and AVCHD, and
the SR-HD1500 can import .MOV files from JVC's
ProHD cameras (19mbps and 25mbps) in SP mode.
Once footage is imported onto the deck’s HDD from
a variety of media and interfaces, HD content can
be edited, archived and/or dubbed onto Blu-ray
Model
HD capacity
discs or down converted onto DVDs without a PC.
The entire BD or DVD disc can be dubbed at high
speed to ensure prompt delivery to clients.
*As of September 1, 2009 (source: JVC)
1. Import .MOV files to the SR-HD1500: See page 8 for details
.MOV files recorded on the GY-HM700 or GY-HM100 can be
imported into the SR-HD1500’s internal HDD
●
MOV support
●
Menu background
●
Titles from connected media (USB-connected device and
SD card, etc.) can be imported at a touch of a button
2. Create menu-supported Blu-ray discs: See page 10 for details
Blu-ray discs can be created using the BDMV (with menu)
format
3. Create Blu-ray discs with seamless transition between
titles: See page 9 for details
SR-HD1500
500GB
RS-232C
5. Convenience of One Touch Dubbing function: See page
8 for details
Annoying ‘pause’
between titles can
be eliminated for a
seamless playback,
even for full HD images
SR-HD1250
250GB
-
4. Import HDV formats: See page 6 for details
HD footage of 720p or 1080i can be imported in its original
HD resolution
Product Overview
6. Convenience of Entire Disc Dubbing function: See page
10 for details
An entire Blu-ray or DVD disc can be
dubbed onto another blank disc
7. Create playlist without a PC: see page 9 for details
8. High-speed Dubbing function: See page 10 for details
Dubbing HD content from the HDD onto a Blu-ray disc
can be shortened significantly
Product Overview
Front view
Rear view
Disc tray
Disc tray
open/close
Cooling fan
Reset
Display window
Rec mode
Optical digital
audio out
Composite Video
in/out
HDD lamp
Audio in/out
Input select
RS-232C
(SR-HD1500)
Remote sensor
BD lamp
Media select
SD lamp
Power
Playback controls
Rec start button
SD
card slot
i.LINK
(HDV/DV in)
USB
2
One Touch
Dubbing
AC inlet
HDMI out
S-Video
Component
video out
Wired
remote in
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SR-HD1500/SR-HD1250
SR-HD1500/SR-HD1250
Introduction
Advantages of the SR-HD1500 & SR-HD1250
JVC introduces two new tapeless HD combo decks
featuring a HDD (SR-HD1500: 500GB,
SR-HD1250: 250GB), Blu-ray recorder, and SDHC
compatible SD card slot. As the world’s first*
professional HD combo deck with a Blu-ray disc
recorder, the SR-HD1500/HD1250 incorporates a
variety of interfaces to facilitate link-up with
external devices. Both recorders are compatible
with HD cameras supporting HDV and AVCHD, and
the SR-HD1500 can import .MOV files from JVC's
ProHD cameras (19mbps and 25mbps) in SP mode.
Once footage is imported onto the deck’s HDD from
a variety of media and interfaces, HD content can
be edited, archived and/or dubbed onto Blu-ray
Model
HD capacity
discs or down converted onto DVDs without a PC.
The entire BD or DVD disc can be dubbed at high
speed to ensure prompt delivery to clients.
*As of September 1, 2009 (source: JVC)
1. Import .MOV files to the SR-HD1500: See page 8 for details
.MOV files recorded on the GY-HM700 or GY-HM100 can be
imported into the SR-HD1500’s internal HDD
●
MOV support
●
Menu background
●
Titles from connected media (USB-connected device and
SD card, etc.) can be imported at a touch of a button
2. Create menu-supported Blu-ray discs: See page 10 for details
Blu-ray discs can be created using the BDMV (with menu)
format
3. Create Blu-ray discs with seamless transition between
titles: See page 9 for details
SR-HD1500
500GB
RS-232C
5. Convenience of One Touch Dubbing function: See page
8 for details
Annoying ‘pause’
between titles can
be eliminated for a
seamless playback,
even for full HD images
SR-HD1250
250GB
-
4. Import HDV formats: See page 6 for details
HD footage of 720p or 1080i can be imported in its original
HD resolution
Product Overview
6. Convenience of Entire Disc Dubbing function: See page
10 for details
An entire Blu-ray or DVD disc can be
dubbed onto another blank disc
7. Create playlist without a PC: see page 9 for details
8. High-speed Dubbing function: See page 10 for details
Dubbing HD content from the HDD onto a Blu-ray disc
can be shortened significantly
Product Overview
Front view
Rear view
Disc tray
Disc tray
open/close
Cooling fan
Reset
Display window
Rec mode
Optical digital
audio out
Composite Video
in/out
HDD lamp
Audio in/out
Input select
RS-232C
(SR-HD1500)
Remote sensor
BD lamp
Media select
SD lamp
Power
Playback controls
Rec start button
SD
card slot
i.LINK
(HDV/DV in)
USB
2
One Touch
Dubbing
AC inlet
HDMI out
S-Video
Component
video out
Wired
remote in
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SR-HD1500/SR-HD1250
Product Overview
Workflow
Remote control unit
Usable discs
Playback and recording/dubbing
Power
Input selection
Delete
Disc tray open/close
BD/DVD or SD operation
HDD operation
Recording
format
Disc type
Page back or forward
Numkeys
Slightly back
Star key
BD-RE
Slightly advance
Pound key
Red
BD-R
Yellow
Green
Blue
Dubbing
DVD-RW
Navigation
Cursor buttons
OK
Option screen
DVD-R
Return
Back a chapter
Forward a chapter
Fast forward/slow playback
Play video
▼
Fast reverse/slow playback
Rec start (use with button)
Rec mode
Pause
On screen
Stop
Progressive scan
Mark
Disc type
DVD-RAM
(4.7GB)
Supports specific forms of playback, but
no recording can be done
BD-ROM
Commercially available Blu-ray titles
(movies, music, etc.); Region code: A
DVD video
Commercially available DVD-Video titles
(movies, music, etc.); Region code: 1/NTSC
Music CD
CD-DA and DTS music CDs
BDAV mode
Yes
-
Yes
BDMV mode
Yes
-
Yes
BDAV mode
Yes
-
-
BDMV mode
Yes
-
-
Video mode
Yes
Yes
Yes
VR mode
Yes
Yes
-
Video mode
-
Yes
-
VR mode
Yes
Yes
-
●
Description
●
DVD-RAM (2.6 GB/5.2 GB)
● CD-ROM/R/RW (PhotoCD, CD-G, VCD etc.)
Setup
Media manage
Repeated use
(reformat)
Discs that are not supported
Angle
Edit
Format Finalize
NOTE: Only playback is enabled on 8cm discs without the use of adapters. DVD-RAM and BD-RE cartridges are not supported. Take the disc out
of the DVD-RAM cartridge before using.
PB mode
Audio
Playback only
Information correct
DVD-R (for authoring)
● DDCD (1.3 GB, Double Density CD)
DVD+R DL* (single-sided, dual layer)
● HDCD (High Density CD)
●
*Supports DVD-Video and AVCHD playback
Subtitle
Controlling the unit from a PC via RS-232C interface (SR-HD1500)
Formatting and recording modes
The SR-HD1500 features an RS-232C interface to enable control of the unit from a PC.
●
Pin layout
PIN No.
2
3
5
Signal
R✕D
T✕D
GND
Operation
Reception
Transmission
Signal grounding
Mode: Non-synchronous
Parity check: Odd
Stop bit: 1
●
Signal direction
HDD/DVD PC
HDD/DVD PC
Recordable discs and formatting:
●
Bit Configuration
Recordable DVD discs and formatting
DVD-RW
Character length: 8-bit
Start bit: 1
Data rate: 9600bps
Higher
Order
1
2
3
Complete
Error
Cassette
Out
4
5
6
7
8
9
Not
Target
1
2
3
4
5
A
B
ACK
NAK
C
D
E
F
●
Single-sided, single layer (4.7GB)
Yes
Yes
Single-sided, single layer (4.7GB)
Yes
Yes*
Single-sided, dual layer (8.5GB)
Yes
Yes*
Type
BD-RE
BD-R
Format
Single-sided, single layer (25GB)
Yes
Single-sided, dual layer (50GB)
Yes
Single-sided, single layer (25GB)
Yes
Single-sided, dual layer (50GB)
Yes
Rec.
mode
Still
DR
Clear
8
Chapter
Search
Title
Search
9
Finalize
Cancel
-Dics
Finalization
HD
Standby Standby
On
On
Disc
Erase
TOP
TOP
MENU
MENU
NEXT
CHAPTER
Setup
SET
UP
DOWN
Eject
RIGHT
FF
Fwd
Still
B
PREV
CHAPTER
Rev
Still
Select
Preset
Date
Preset
Clock
Preset
Remote
Data
LEFT
Next
Tiltle
Prev
Title
REW
Fwd
Field
Step
Rev
Field
Step
Date
Data
Sense
Select
Sense
C
SD
Clock
Data
Sense
Rec
Status
Sense
D
Tc Data
Sense
CTL
Data
Sense
JVC
Status
Sense
E
Command
Target
Rec/Dub
Request
Description and maximum recording times (estimate)
Description
(1S/1L)
Stop
7
4
Video
Format
Recording modes:
Quality
Title
Sense
F
VR
Format
Legend: 1S/1L=Single sided/single layer; 1S/2L=Single sided/dual layer; H=hours, M=minutes
Play
Sense
Chapter
A
Type
*No formatting required
0
0
6
Recordable BD disc and formatting
DVD-R
Command table
Lower
Order
Certain unused discs require formatting before recording
*1:
*2:
*3:
*4:
Direct recording; videos are recorded in the original picture quality.
HDV, .MOV*2 and SD-VIDEO (Everio MPEG-2 TS) titles are imported
using the DR mode.
(1S/2L)
(1S/1L)
(1S/2L)
(500GB*1)
1H55M*3 3H55M*3
-
-
40H*4
4H
8H
6H
12H
9H
18H
12H
24H
5H15M 10H30M
10H30M
21H
-
-
1H
2H
1H45M
3H35M
80H
126H
189H
252H
110H
222H
AF
AN
AL
AE
XP
SP
Recommended for recording images with slow motion and little
contrast, such as dramas. Records images at low-quality HD.
LP
Recommended for recording images with slow motion and little
contrast, such as dramas. Records images at low-quality SD.
21H
42H
4H
7H10M
442H
EP
Recommended for recording images with sharp outlines,
such as animation videos, and when the recordable time
(remaining time) is limited.
42H
84H
8H
14H20M
887H
Recommended for recording images with fast motion, such as sports
videos. Records images at high-quality HD.
Recommended for recording images with fast motion, such as sports
videos. Records images at high-quality SD.
Capacity will be halved for the 250GB hard-disk drive equipped on the SR-HD1250.
Only on the SR-HD1500; Recorded using the JVC ProHD Camcorder GY-HM700/100 in SP mode.
BDAV recording at HDV1080i
Estimated figure when HDV is imported.
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SR-HD1500/SR-HD1250
Product Overview
Workflow
Remote control unit
Usable discs
Playback and recording/dubbing
Power
Input selection
Delete
Disc tray open/close
BD/DVD or SD operation
HDD operation
Recording
format
Disc type
Page back or forward
Numkeys
Slightly back
Star key
BD-RE
Slightly advance
Pound key
Red
BD-R
Yellow
Green
Blue
Dubbing
DVD-RW
Navigation
Cursor buttons
OK
Option screen
DVD-R
Return
Back a chapter
Forward a chapter
Fast forward/slow playback
Play video
▼
Fast reverse/slow playback
Rec start (use with button)
Rec mode
Pause
On screen
Stop
Progressive scan
Mark
Disc type
DVD-RAM
(4.7GB)
Supports specific forms of playback, but
no recording can be done
BD-ROM
Commercially available Blu-ray titles
(movies, music, etc.); Region code: A
DVD video
Commercially available DVD-Video titles
(movies, music, etc.); Region code: 1/NTSC
Music CD
CD-DA and DTS music CDs
BDAV mode
Yes
-
Yes
BDMV mode
Yes
-
Yes
BDAV mode
Yes
-
-
BDMV mode
Yes
-
-
Video mode
Yes
Yes
Yes
VR mode
Yes
Yes
-
Video mode
-
Yes
-
VR mode
Yes
Yes
-
●
Description
●
DVD-RAM (2.6 GB/5.2 GB)
● CD-ROM/R/RW (PhotoCD, CD-G, VCD etc.)
Setup
Media manage
Repeated use
(reformat)
Discs that are not supported
Angle
Edit
Format Finalize
NOTE: Only playback is enabled on 8cm discs without the use of adapters. DVD-RAM and BD-RE cartridges are not supported. Take the disc out
of the DVD-RAM cartridge before using.
PB mode
Audio
Playback only
Information correct
DVD-R (for authoring)
● DDCD (1.3 GB, Double Density CD)
DVD+R DL* (single-sided, dual layer)
● HDCD (High Density CD)
●
*Supports DVD-Video and AVCHD playback
Subtitle
Controlling the unit from a PC via RS-232C interface (SR-HD1500)
Formatting and recording modes
The SR-HD1500 features an RS-232C interface to enable control of the unit from a PC.
●
Pin layout
PIN No.
2
3
5
Signal
R✕D
T✕D
GND
Operation
Reception
Transmission
Signal grounding
Mode: Non-synchronous
Parity check: Odd
Stop bit: 1
●
Signal direction
HDD/DVD PC
HDD/DVD PC
Recordable discs and formatting:
●
Bit Configuration
Recordable DVD discs and formatting
DVD-RW
Character length: 8-bit
Start bit: 1
Data rate: 9600bps
Higher
Order
1
2
3
Complete
Error
Cassette
Out
4
5
6
7
8
9
Not
Target
1
2
3
4
5
A
B
ACK
NAK
C
D
E
F
●
Single-sided, single layer (4.7GB)
Yes
Yes
Single-sided, single layer (4.7GB)
Yes
Yes*
Single-sided, dual layer (8.5GB)
Yes
Yes*
Type
BD-RE
BD-R
Format
Single-sided, single layer (25GB)
Yes
Single-sided, dual layer (50GB)
Yes
Single-sided, single layer (25GB)
Yes
Single-sided, dual layer (50GB)
Yes
Rec.
mode
Still
DR
Clear
8
Chapter
Search
Title
Search
9
Finalize
Cancel
-Dics
Finalization
HD
Standby Standby
On
On
Disc
Erase
TOP
TOP
MENU
MENU
NEXT
CHAPTER
Setup
SET
UP
DOWN
Eject
RIGHT
FF
Fwd
Still
B
PREV
CHAPTER
Rev
Still
Select
Preset
Date
Preset
Clock
Preset
Remote
Data
LEFT
Next
Tiltle
Prev
Title
REW
Fwd
Field
Step
Rev
Field
Step
Date
Data
Sense
Select
Sense
C
SD
Clock
Data
Sense
Rec
Status
Sense
D
Tc Data
Sense
CTL
Data
Sense
JVC
Status
Sense
E
Command
Target
Rec/Dub
Request
Description and maximum recording times (estimate)
Description
(1S/1L)
Stop
7
4
Video
Format
Recording modes:
Quality
Title
Sense
F
VR
Format
Legend: 1S/1L=Single sided/single layer; 1S/2L=Single sided/dual layer; H=hours, M=minutes
Play
Sense
Chapter
A
Type
*No formatting required
0
0
6
Recordable BD disc and formatting
DVD-R
Command table
Lower
Order
Certain unused discs require formatting before recording
*1:
*2:
*3:
*4:
Direct recording; videos are recorded in the original picture quality.
HDV, .MOV*2 and SD-VIDEO (Everio MPEG-2 TS) titles are imported
using the DR mode.
(1S/2L)
(1S/1L)
(1S/2L)
(500GB*1)
1H55M*3 3H55M*3
-
-
40H*4
4H
8H
6H
12H
9H
18H
12H
24H
5H15M 10H30M
10H30M
21H
-
-
1H
2H
1H45M
3H35M
80H
126H
189H
252H
110H
222H
AF
AN
AL
AE
XP
SP
Recommended for recording images with slow motion and little
contrast, such as dramas. Records images at low-quality HD.
LP
Recommended for recording images with slow motion and little
contrast, such as dramas. Records images at low-quality SD.
21H
42H
4H
7H10M
442H
EP
Recommended for recording images with sharp outlines,
such as animation videos, and when the recordable time
(remaining time) is limited.
42H
84H
8H
14H20M
887H
Recommended for recording images with fast motion, such as sports
videos. Records images at high-quality HD.
Recommended for recording images with fast motion, such as sports
videos. Records images at high-quality SD.
Capacity will be halved for the 250GB hard-disk drive equipped on the SR-HD1250.
Only on the SR-HD1500; Recorded using the JVC ProHD Camcorder GY-HM700/100 in SP mode.
BDAV recording at HDV1080i
Estimated figure when HDV is imported.
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Workflow (continued)
Importing to HDD
Importing AVCHD, HDV, or DV format: Whether the
resolution is 720p or 1080i, AVCHD, HDV, and DV
formats can be imported as is in its original quality.
Digital dubbing can also be performed.
The entire recorded data can be imported into the HDD using the easy-to-use One Touch
Dubbing or Full Import functions.
The SR-HD1500 features 500GB HDD
(250GB on the SR-HD1250.)
Import .MOV files* to the SR-HD1500: .MOV file, a popular format used on
Final Cut Pro by Apple, cannot be imported in its original format on conventional
Blu-ray recorders. The SR-HD1500 features optimized conversion algorithm for
video streaming to enable importing of .MOV files recorded with JVC’s
GY-HM700 or GY-HM100 camcorder into the HDD via SDHC card for playback,
or edit and dubbed onto discs.
*In SP mode (19Mbps and 25Mbps); Dubbed disc using 25Mbps may not be in accordance
with the official Blu-ray specifications. Not featured on the SR-HD1250
One Touch Dubbing (import the entire data on all connected media to HDD)
Time-consuming confirmation of connected equipment or selection of content is no longer needed to import data
into the HDD with the One Touch Dubbing function. This unique feature is smart enough to do all of the above
with a press of a button. The data is sorted by the recorded dates, enabling the user to concentrate on edit
functions after importing.
Step 3
Step 1
Connect an external device via i.LINK, USB memory
and/or insert an SD or SDHC card in the slot.
All importable titles are automatically imported
onto the HDD from the connected device/media.
When done, message “Dubbing is completed”
appears on the connected monitor screen.
Step 2
Titles on a USB memory device or SD card can be imported at a
Press One Touch Dubbing button and the unit automatically
starts detecting the connected devices in the order of USB, SD
card, and i.LINK.
touch of a button.
How to perform Full Import (media: SD/SDHC card ➔ HDD)
Step 1
Step 4
Select [ Full Import ] ➔ OK to confirm
➔ Click Next ➔ OK
Insert an SD/SDHC card
Step 2
Press DUBBING button on the remote
Step 5
Step 3
Select [ SD ➔ HDD ] on the menu ➔ OK
➔ Click [ Next ] ➔ OK
Select [ Start ] ➔ OK to begin. When done,
message “Dubbing is completed” appears on
the connected monitor screen.
NOTE: The similar operation can be performed for other media; refer to the User
Manual for details.
How to perform import by specifying a title (media: SD/SDHC card ➔ HDD)
Perform Step 1
from the above
to
Step 2
Step 4 Select [ Sel. Title (Video) ]
➔ OK ➔ Click [ Next ] ➔ OK
Step 5
Create import title list: Select the titles
to import.
Step 6
When selection is done, press [ Start ]➔ OK
to begin. When done, message “Dubbing is
completed” appears on the connected
monitor screen.
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Workflow (continued)
Workflow (continued)
Importing to HDD
Importing AVCHD, HDV, or DV format: Whether the
resolution is 720p or 1080i, AVCHD, HDV, and DV
formats can be imported as is in its original quality.
Digital dubbing can also be performed.
The entire recorded data can be imported into the HDD using the easy-to-use One Touch
Dubbing or Full Import functions.
The SR-HD1500 features 500GB HDD
(250GB on the SR-HD1250.)
Import .MOV files* to the SR-HD1500: .MOV file, a popular format used on
Final Cut Pro by Apple, cannot be imported in its original format on conventional
Blu-ray recorders. The SR-HD1500 features optimized conversion algorithm for
video streaming to enable importing of .MOV files recorded with JVC’s
GY-HM700 or GY-HM100 camcorder into the HDD via SDHC card for playback,
or edit and dubbed onto discs.
*In SP mode (19Mbps and 25Mbps); Dubbed disc using 25Mbps may not be in accordance
with the official Blu-ray specifications. Not featured on the SR-HD1250
One Touch Dubbing (import the entire data on all connected media to HDD)
Time-consuming confirmation of connected equipment or selection of content is no longer needed to import data
into the HDD with the One Touch Dubbing function. This unique feature is smart enough to do all of the above
with a press of a button. The data is sorted by the recorded dates, enabling the user to concentrate on edit
functions after importing.
Step 3
Step 1
Connect an external device via i.LINK, USB memory
and/or insert an SD or SDHC card in the slot.
All importable titles are automatically imported
onto the HDD from the connected device/media.
When done, message “Dubbing is completed”
appears on the connected monitor screen.
Step 2
Titles on a USB memory device or SD card can be imported at a
Press One Touch Dubbing button and the unit automatically
starts detecting the connected devices in the order of USB, SD
card, and i.LINK.
touch of a button.
How to perform Full Import (media: SD/SDHC card ➔ HDD)
Step 1
Step 4
Select [ Full Import ] ➔ OK to confirm
➔ Click Next ➔ OK
Insert an SD/SDHC card
Step 2
Press DUBBING button on the remote
Step 5
Step 3
Select [ SD ➔ HDD ] on the menu ➔ OK
➔ Click [ Next ] ➔ OK
Select [ Start ] ➔ OK to begin. When done,
message “Dubbing is completed” appears on
the connected monitor screen.
NOTE: The similar operation can be performed for other media; refer to the User
Manual for details.
How to perform import by specifying a title (media: SD/SDHC card ➔ HDD)
Perform Step 1
from the above
to
Step 2
Step 4 Select [ Sel. Title (Video) ]
➔ OK ➔ Click [ Next ] ➔ OK
Step 5
Create import title list: Select the titles
to import.
Step 6
When selection is done, press [ Start ]➔ OK
to begin. When done, message “Dubbing is
completed” appears on the connected
monitor screen.
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Workflow (continued)
Editing
Native vs. Re-encoded
Editing functions can be easily called up at a press of a button on the remote control unit.
1
Using the NAVIGATION button
GROUPING:
Combine multiple titles stored on the HDD
Grouping
2
Using the INFORMATION CORRECT button
CREATE STILL IMAGES: from thumbnails
Thumbnail edit
Ungrouping
Source
Edit / Delete
BDAV
BDMV
Seamless BDAV
Seamless BDMV
AVCHD
no
yes
High-speed dub
High-speed dub
High-speed dub
Rate conv.
HDV
no
yes
High-speed dub
High-speed dub
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
NO
Rate conv.*1
TOD (Everio)
no
yes
Rate conv.
High-speed dub
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.*1
Rate conv.*1
MOV*2
no
yes
High-speed dub
High-speed dub*3
Rate conv.
High-speed dub*3
Rate conv.
High-speed dub*3
Rate conv.*1
High-speed dub*3
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Exclude a group
Changing title/group Name
Deleting title/group
Protecting title/group
3 Using the EDIT button
CREATE CHAPTER MARKS:
for easy finding of a specific scene
within the title.
Edit a chapter
Divide chapter
Combine chapter
Delete chapter
Unprotecting title/group
CREATE PLAYLIST:
from the video titles on the HDD
Native
Re-encoded
Not possible
A new chapter
is created.
➔
Creating discs with seamless transition between titles/scenes
Seamless disc playback is possible for footage imported from USB and SDHC
cards as well as HDV tape. Additionally, it is possible to create discs with
seamless playback even if scenes have been deleted.
Creating playlist
Edit playlist
Insert chapter
Delete chapter
Enter playlist name
Without a PC, simple editing
functions are available including
playlist creation
*1 1080i only. *2 Only on the SR-HD1500 *3 ✕ 0.7 a real-time import
Delete scenes
Unwanted scenes can be
deleted to increase the
space on the HDD.
See below section on
“Creating discs with
seamless transition
between titles/scenes”.
Making titles seamless: Titles imported into the
HDD can be authorized for seamless playback.
Dividing
A saved title can be divided
into two titles
1
Editing function compatibility by media
Editing option
3
2
HDD
BD-R
BD-RE
DVD-RW/
DVD-R
Grouping
✓
Changing the Title/Group Name
✓
✓
✓
✓
Deleting a Title/Group
✓
✓
✓
✓
Turning On Title/Group Protection
✓
✓
✓
Turning Off Title/Group Protection
✓
✓
✓
Creating a Playlist
✓
Editing a Thumbnail
✓
✓
✓
✓
Editing a Chapter
✓
✓*2
✓*2
✓*2
Delete Scene
✓
Dividing
✓
✓
✓
✓
Changing the Disc Name
Changing the Shooting Date/Time
SD
✓
✓*1
*1: Supports only video and still images that are added with date/time information
*2: Supports only dividing and combining of chapters.
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Workflow (continued)
Workflow (continued)
Editing
Native vs. Re-encoded
Editing functions can be easily called up at a press of a button on the remote control unit.
1
Using the NAVIGATION button
GROUPING:
Combine multiple titles stored on the HDD
Grouping
2
Using the INFORMATION CORRECT button
CREATE STILL IMAGES: from thumbnails
Thumbnail edit
Ungrouping
Source
Edit / Delete
BDAV
BDMV
Seamless BDAV
Seamless BDMV
AVCHD
no
yes
High-speed dub
High-speed dub
High-speed dub
Rate conv.
HDV
no
yes
High-speed dub
High-speed dub
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
NO
Rate conv.*1
TOD (Everio)
no
yes
Rate conv.
High-speed dub
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.*1
Rate conv.*1
MOV*2
no
yes
High-speed dub
High-speed dub*3
Rate conv.
High-speed dub*3
Rate conv.
High-speed dub*3
Rate conv.*1
High-speed dub*3
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Rate conv.
Exclude a group
Changing title/group Name
Deleting title/group
Protecting title/group
3 Using the EDIT button
CREATE CHAPTER MARKS:
for easy finding of a specific scene
within the title.
Edit a chapter
Divide chapter
Combine chapter
Delete chapter
Unprotecting title/group
CREATE PLAYLIST:
from the video titles on the HDD
Native
Re-encoded
Not possible
A new chapter
is created.
➔
Creating discs with seamless transition between titles/scenes
Seamless disc playback is possible for footage imported from USB and SDHC
cards as well as HDV tape. Additionally, it is possible to create discs with
seamless playback even if scenes have been deleted.
Creating playlist
Edit playlist
Insert chapter
Delete chapter
Enter playlist name
Without a PC, simple editing
functions are available including
playlist creation
*1 1080i only. *2 Only on the SR-HD1500 *3 ✕ 0.7 a real-time import
Delete scenes
Unwanted scenes can be
deleted to increase the
space on the HDD.
See below section on
“Creating discs with
seamless transition
between titles/scenes”.
Making titles seamless: Titles imported into the
HDD can be authorized for seamless playback.
Dividing
A saved title can be divided
into two titles
1
Editing function compatibility by media
Editing option
3
2
HDD
BD-R
BD-RE
DVD-RW/
DVD-R
Grouping
✓
Changing the Title/Group Name
✓
✓
✓
✓
Deleting a Title/Group
✓
✓
✓
✓
Turning On Title/Group Protection
✓
✓
✓
Turning Off Title/Group Protection
✓
✓
✓
Creating a Playlist
✓
Editing a Thumbnail
✓
✓
✓
✓
Editing a Chapter
✓
✓*2
✓*2
✓*2
Delete Scene
✓
Dividing
✓
✓
✓
✓
Changing the Disc Name
Changing the Shooting Date/Time
SD
✓
✓*1
*1: Supports only video and still images that are added with date/time information
*2: Supports only dividing and combining of chapters.
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FAQ
●
Dubbing
Importing videos from USB-connected camcorders
(Refer to Page 33 “Importing Data from a USB-compatible Device to the
HDD” on the instruction manual)
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.
●
Playback of 24p titles
(Refer to Page 80 on the instruction manual)
●
Dubbing of titles with joined scenes
(Refer to Page 98 on the instruction manual)
When titles imported into the HDD in the HD quality from a video camera, or when
edited titles (e.g., after applying scene delete) are dubbed to a disc, seamless
playback may not be possible at the joints of scenes. In this case, perform dubbing
after executing “SEAMLESS” under the “MODE CHANGE” menu.
●
Creating a seamless BD that uses “MODE CHANGE” (seamless conversion,
recording mode conversion)
Procedures to create a seamless BDMV
24p playback is possible for commercially available BD-ROMs or BDMVs that are
recorded in 24p. Except for BDMVs, content that is dubbed or recorded on the
SR-HD1500 or SR-HD1250 at 24p, as well as 24p content on SD cards are
played back at 60p or 60i.
●
If you do not want
to perform scene
delete/chapter delete
AVCHD
Changing
recording mode
No
MOV*1
Conversion not
required
Seamless
conversion
SD-VIDEO (HD)*2
HDV
Recording mode
conversion after
seamless
conversion
Recording mode
conversion after
seamless
conversion
Dubbing of 720p content
(Refer to Page 39 “Dubbing a Title from the HDD to a BD/DVD” on the
instruction manual)
Create menu-supported BDMV Blu-ray discs: Like DVD-Videos, convenient
menu-supported BDMV Blu-ray discs can be created that are compatible with
other Blu-ray players. BDAV dubbing done on consumer Blu-ray recorders cannot
be played back on many of commercial BD players. However, thanks to the
provision of optimum menu system and thorough understanding of the Blu-ray
specifications, BDMV discs created on the SR-HD1500 and SR-1250 can be
played back on commercial BD players, game consoles and PCs, offering
optimum compatibility.
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.
●
Procedures to create a seamless BDAV
If you do not want
to perform scene
delete/chapter delete
Dubbing of high bit-rate files to BD
●
The time it takes to dub HD content from the internal
HDD onto a Blu-ray or DVD disc can be shortened
significantly via the High-speed Dubbing function that
enables recording at a maximum speed of x32*. Make
use of BD or DVD disc that supports high-speed recording.
When a BDAV/BDMV disc is created (high-speed dubbing) by importing
content captured in the JVC GY-HM700/100 SP mode.
Step 6
● When a BDAV disc is created (high-speed dubbing) by importing content
captured in the JVC GZ-HD7/6 etc FHD mode.
Select [ Add title list for dubbing ] on
the menu ➔ OK ➔ select titles to dub
➔ OK ➔ Click [ Next ] ➔ OK.
● 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.
*Using a BD-R 4x disc recorded in AE mode.
Step 1
Set a BD or DVD on the disc tray
Step 2
Press DUBBING button on the remote
Step 3
Select [ SD ➔ VIDEO ] on the menu ➔
OK ➔ Click Next ➔ OK
Still Pictures
Select [ RECORDING FORMAT ] ➔ OK
FINALIZE: Press [ MEDIA MANAGE ] button on the
remote control unit to activate the menu screen.
Step 5
Select [ RECORDING MODE ] ➔ OK ➔
Click [ Next ] ➔ OK.
Create a dubbing title list appears on
the screen.
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UNFINALIZE: DVD-RW discs finalized on the SR-HD1500
or SR-HD1250 can be unfinalized to continue with further
editing. Conduct the same procedure as finalize.
Entire Disc Dubbing function: Limiting the read/write overhead
to bare minimum by direct command control of the disc, the entire
finalized BDMV, DVD-Video, or AVCHD disc each with menu data
can be dubbed as is at high-speed onto another blank disc.
Seamless
conversion
*1: SR-HD1500 supports import of files captured in the “SP mode” (1280x720/60p, 30p, 24p,
1440x1080/60i) of the MOV format using the JVC ProHD camcorder GY-HM700 or GY-HM100, and
enables import to the HDD or dubbing to a disc. *2: SD-VIDEO (JVC Everio MPEG-2 TS)
Memo
●
During dubbing to BDMV, the recording mode cannot be specified.
●
● For titles that are imported into the HDD in the SD picture quality, you can create a seamless DVD by
setting “SEAMLESS PLAYBACK” under the "Setting Menu List" to “ON”, followed by performing reencode dubbing. (Refer to Page 77, "Playback seamless” on the instruction manual)
●
For joints of scenes that are 15 seconds or shorter, seamless playback may fail even when it is
set to “ON”. The same applies during re-encode dubbing in the SD picture quality.
●
(2) Set [MENU]/[VIDEO FORMAT]/[PB TAPE] on the GY-HD250 unit to [HDV] or
[DV]. (As with (1), set according to the recorded content. Setting to [AUTO] is not
allowed.)
For video titles (recorded in the DR, AVC, AF, AN, AL, or AE recording mode)
imported to the HDD in the HD image quality:
Mode conversion
(Refer to Page 73 on the instruction manual)
●
You can change the recording mode. (recorded in the DR, AVC, AF, AN, AL, or
AE recording mode ➔ AF/AN/AL/AE/XP/SP/LP/EP)
● Seamless conversion can be performed to enable smooth playback of joined
scenes after dubbing to a BD. (recorded in the DR recording mode ‡ SEAMLESS)
Memo
●
●
Playback navigation display of SD card content
(Refer to Page 54 “Playing Videos on a SD Card” on the instruction manual)
Finalizing (BD-R, DVD-R and DVD-RW) and Unfinalizing (DVD-RW)
Seamless
conversion
(1) Set the [IEEE1394] switch at the rear of the GY-HD250 unit to [HDV] or [DV]
according to the recorded content.
(3) Check to ensure that the [HDV] or [DV] lamp on the side of the GY-HD250 unit
is lit. (Check to ensure that the lamp that is lit corresponds to the setting in (1) and (2).)
Default Background
SD-VIDEO (HD)*2
HDV
● If scene delete or chapter delete is applied to a title, it cannot be dubbed to a BDMV disc
without performing seamless conversion.
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.
Step 4
MOV*1
Seamless
conversion
●
For example, during full import of HDV content from JVC GY-HD250 via i.LINK
connection, the beginning of the image may not be captured if GY-HD250 is not
set as follows.
Background templates: Choose a
background (out of 8 colors) for the
disc menu. For the SR-HD1500, choose
between [ Default Background ] or
original [ Still Pictures].
No
Conversion not
required
Do not perform recording mode conversion before seamless conversion. Otherwise, seamless
conversion cannot be performed.
(Refer to Page 37 “Importing Data from an i.LINK-compatible Device to
the HDD” on the instruction manual)
Select a background image for the
disc menu.
Conversion not
required
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.
Importing data from JVC GY-HD250 or other HDV cameras via
i.LINK connection
Step 7
If you want to
perform scene
delete/chapter delete
AVCHD
(Refer to Page 39 “Dubbing a Title from the HDD to a BD/DVD” on the
instruction manual)
The following high bit-rate files may not meet the Blu-ray Disc standards when
they are dubbed to a BD.
High-speed Dubbing
If you want to
perform scene
delete/chapter delete
Playback navigation displays the AVCHD content on the SD card in titles, not in
scenes (chapters). Titles are grouped such as according to the date, recording
mode, or number of scenes. Make use of thumbnail display to display titles. List
display is not supported.
●
Playback navigation display of MOV* files (SR-HD1500)
(Refer to Page 48 “Using Playback Navigation” on the instruction manual)
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" on Page 35 of the instruction manual).
*The SR-HD1500 supports import of files captured in the “SP mode” (1280x720/60p, 30p,
24p, 1440x1080/60i) of the MOV format using the JVC ProHD camcorder GY-HM700 or
GY-HM100, and enables import to the HDD or dubbing to a disc.
Re-encoding is performed during recording mode conversion.
●
As seamless conversion does not re-encode video and audio, there is no deterioration in the
image quality.
●
Only titles that are recorded in the DR mode enable conversion to the XP/SP/LP/EP mode.
●
To apply “MODE CHANGE” after turning off the power, select “AFTER POWER OFF” for “START
METHOD” under the “MODE CHANGE”.
Operation procedures:
1. Press [NAVIGATION] on the remote
control
2. Select a title and press [OPTION]
3. Select MODE CHANGE from the
Option menu, and press [OK] to display
the MODE CHANGE screen.
4. Select a recording mode from [MODE],
press [CONFIRM], and press [OK].
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Workflow (continued)
FAQ
●
Dubbing
Importing videos from USB-connected camcorders
(Refer to Page 33 “Importing Data from a USB-compatible Device to the
HDD” on the instruction manual)
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.
●
Playback of 24p titles
(Refer to Page 80 on the instruction manual)
●
Dubbing of titles with joined scenes
(Refer to Page 98 on the instruction manual)
When titles imported into the HDD in the HD quality from a video camera, or when
edited titles (e.g., after applying scene delete) are dubbed to a disc, seamless
playback may not be possible at the joints of scenes. In this case, perform dubbing
after executing “SEAMLESS” under the “MODE CHANGE” menu.
●
Creating a seamless BD that uses “MODE CHANGE” (seamless conversion,
recording mode conversion)
Procedures to create a seamless BDMV
24p playback is possible for commercially available BD-ROMs or BDMVs that are
recorded in 24p. Except for BDMVs, content that is dubbed or recorded on the
SR-HD1500 or SR-HD1250 at 24p, as well as 24p content on SD cards are
played back at 60p or 60i.
●
If you do not want
to perform scene
delete/chapter delete
AVCHD
Changing
recording mode
No
MOV*1
Conversion not
required
Seamless
conversion
SD-VIDEO (HD)*2
HDV
Recording mode
conversion after
seamless
conversion
Recording mode
conversion after
seamless
conversion
Dubbing of 720p content
(Refer to Page 39 “Dubbing a Title from the HDD to a BD/DVD” on the
instruction manual)
Create menu-supported BDMV Blu-ray discs: Like DVD-Videos, convenient
menu-supported BDMV Blu-ray discs can be created that are compatible with
other Blu-ray players. BDAV dubbing done on consumer Blu-ray recorders cannot
be played back on many of commercial BD players. However, thanks to the
provision of optimum menu system and thorough understanding of the Blu-ray
specifications, BDMV discs created on the SR-HD1500 and SR-1250 can be
played back on commercial BD players, game consoles and PCs, offering
optimum compatibility.
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.
●
Procedures to create a seamless BDAV
If you do not want
to perform scene
delete/chapter delete
Dubbing of high bit-rate files to BD
●
The time it takes to dub HD content from the internal
HDD onto a Blu-ray or DVD disc can be shortened
significantly via the High-speed Dubbing function that
enables recording at a maximum speed of x32*. Make
use of BD or DVD disc that supports high-speed recording.
When a BDAV/BDMV disc is created (high-speed dubbing) by importing
content captured in the JVC GY-HM700/100 SP mode.
Step 6
● When a BDAV disc is created (high-speed dubbing) by importing content
captured in the JVC GZ-HD7/6 etc FHD mode.
Select [ Add title list for dubbing ] on
the menu ➔ OK ➔ select titles to dub
➔ OK ➔ Click [ Next ] ➔ OK.
● 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.
*Using a BD-R 4x disc recorded in AE mode.
Step 1
Set a BD or DVD on the disc tray
Step 2
Press DUBBING button on the remote
Step 3
Select [ SD ➔ VIDEO ] on the menu ➔
OK ➔ Click Next ➔ OK
Still Pictures
Select [ RECORDING FORMAT ] ➔ OK
FINALIZE: Press [ MEDIA MANAGE ] button on the
remote control unit to activate the menu screen.
Step 5
Select [ RECORDING MODE ] ➔ OK ➔
Click [ Next ] ➔ OK.
Create a dubbing title list appears on
the screen.
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UNFINALIZE: DVD-RW discs finalized on the SR-HD1500
or SR-HD1250 can be unfinalized to continue with further
editing. Conduct the same procedure as finalize.
Entire Disc Dubbing function: Limiting the read/write overhead
to bare minimum by direct command control of the disc, the entire
finalized BDMV, DVD-Video, or AVCHD disc each with menu data
can be dubbed as is at high-speed onto another blank disc.
Seamless
conversion
*1: SR-HD1500 supports import of files captured in the “SP mode” (1280x720/60p, 30p, 24p,
1440x1080/60i) of the MOV format using the JVC ProHD camcorder GY-HM700 or GY-HM100, and
enables import to the HDD or dubbing to a disc. *2: SD-VIDEO (JVC Everio MPEG-2 TS)
Memo
●
During dubbing to BDMV, the recording mode cannot be specified.
●
● For titles that are imported into the HDD in the SD picture quality, you can create a seamless DVD by
setting “SEAMLESS PLAYBACK” under the "Setting Menu List" to “ON”, followed by performing reencode dubbing. (Refer to Page 77, "Playback seamless” on the instruction manual)
●
For joints of scenes that are 15 seconds or shorter, seamless playback may fail even when it is
set to “ON”. The same applies during re-encode dubbing in the SD picture quality.
●
(2) Set [MENU]/[VIDEO FORMAT]/[PB TAPE] on the GY-HD250 unit to [HDV] or
[DV]. (As with (1), set according to the recorded content. Setting to [AUTO] is not
allowed.)
For video titles (recorded in the DR, AVC, AF, AN, AL, or AE recording mode)
imported to the HDD in the HD image quality:
Mode conversion
(Refer to Page 73 on the instruction manual)
●
You can change the recording mode. (recorded in the DR, AVC, AF, AN, AL, or
AE recording mode ➔ AF/AN/AL/AE/XP/SP/LP/EP)
● Seamless conversion can be performed to enable smooth playback of joined
scenes after dubbing to a BD. (recorded in the DR recording mode ‡ SEAMLESS)
Memo
●
●
Playback navigation display of SD card content
(Refer to Page 54 “Playing Videos on a SD Card” on the instruction manual)
Finalizing (BD-R, DVD-R and DVD-RW) and Unfinalizing (DVD-RW)
Seamless
conversion
(1) Set the [IEEE1394] switch at the rear of the GY-HD250 unit to [HDV] or [DV]
according to the recorded content.
(3) Check to ensure that the [HDV] or [DV] lamp on the side of the GY-HD250 unit
is lit. (Check to ensure that the lamp that is lit corresponds to the setting in (1) and (2).)
Default Background
SD-VIDEO (HD)*2
HDV
● If scene delete or chapter delete is applied to a title, it cannot be dubbed to a BDMV disc
without performing seamless conversion.
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.
Step 4
MOV*1
Seamless
conversion
●
For example, during full import of HDV content from JVC GY-HD250 via i.LINK
connection, the beginning of the image may not be captured if GY-HD250 is not
set as follows.
Background templates: Choose a
background (out of 8 colors) for the
disc menu. For the SR-HD1500, choose
between [ Default Background ] or
original [ Still Pictures].
No
Conversion not
required
Do not perform recording mode conversion before seamless conversion. Otherwise, seamless
conversion cannot be performed.
(Refer to Page 37 “Importing Data from an i.LINK-compatible Device to
the HDD” on the instruction manual)
Select a background image for the
disc menu.
Conversion not
required
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.
Importing data from JVC GY-HD250 or other HDV cameras via
i.LINK connection
Step 7
If you want to
perform scene
delete/chapter delete
AVCHD
(Refer to Page 39 “Dubbing a Title from the HDD to a BD/DVD” on the
instruction manual)
The following high bit-rate files may not meet the Blu-ray Disc standards when
they are dubbed to a BD.
High-speed Dubbing
If you want to
perform scene
delete/chapter delete
Playback navigation displays the AVCHD content on the SD card in titles, not in
scenes (chapters). Titles are grouped such as according to the date, recording
mode, or number of scenes. Make use of thumbnail display to display titles. List
display is not supported.
●
Playback navigation display of MOV* files (SR-HD1500)
(Refer to Page 48 “Using Playback Navigation” on the instruction manual)
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" on Page 35 of the instruction manual).
*The SR-HD1500 supports import of files captured in the “SP mode” (1280x720/60p, 30p,
24p, 1440x1080/60i) of the MOV format using the JVC ProHD camcorder GY-HM700 or
GY-HM100, and enables import to the HDD or dubbing to a disc.
Re-encoding is performed during recording mode conversion.
●
As seamless conversion does not re-encode video and audio, there is no deterioration in the
image quality.
●
Only titles that are recorded in the DR mode enable conversion to the XP/SP/LP/EP mode.
●
To apply “MODE CHANGE” after turning off the power, select “AFTER POWER OFF” for “START
METHOD” under the “MODE CHANGE”.
Operation procedures:
1. Press [NAVIGATION] on the remote
control
2. Select a title and press [OPTION]
3. Select MODE CHANGE from the
Option menu, and press [OK] to display
the MODE CHANGE screen.
4. Select a recording mode from [MODE],
press [CONFIRM], and press [OK].
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Blu-ray Disc™ HDD Recorder
Glossary
●1080i
●HDMI
In a single high-definition image, 1080 (1125) alternating scan lines pass every 1/60th (NTSC)
or 1/50th (PAL) of a second to create an interlace image. And because 1080i (1125i) more than
doubles the current scan lines of 480i (525i) found on television broadcasts, it helps to ensure
that details are much clearer, enabling the creation of more realistic and richer images.
Established in Dec. 2002, HDMI is an interface for digital electronic equipment that acts as the
connection standard between PCs and displays. It transmits uncompressed HD digital audio
and video signals on a single cable without distortion. The DVI interface was its predecessor,
and HDMI has been enhanced for AV equipment by adding functions such as audio
transmission capability, copy protection of digital content and other intellectual properties, as
well as the ability to transfer color-variation information.
●AVCHD
(Advanced Video Codec High Definition)
AVCHD is an acronym for Advanced Video Codec High Definition, and it is the format for HD
camcorders used to record and playback high-definition video images. AVCHD uses the
H.264/MPEG-4 AVC compression format for video to enable highly efficient encoding, the Dolby
Digital (AC-3) format with LPCM option for audio, and MPEG-2-TS for multiplexing.
●MPEG-2
(Blu-ray Disc Audio/Visual)
BDAV is an application format used for recordable discs including BD-R and BD-RE as the
correlation between DVD-VR in DVD specifications is similar for BDAV in Blu-ray specifications.
Recorded video can be edited (e.g. chapter editing) or added with new footage onto a disc,
making this format highly suitable for recording purposes. It is also ideal for backing up
recordings, although its playback compatibility is limited. High-definition MPEG-2 files can also
be recorded in the MPEG-2 format as is.
●BDMV
(Moving Picture Experts Group 2)
MPEG-2 is a standard for efficient data compression and color video expansion that is widely
used for media such as DVDs and satellite-based digital broadcastings.
●MPEG-4
●BDAV
SR-HD1500 (500GB HDD)
SR-HD1250 (250GB HDD)
(High-definition Multimedia Interface)
AVC/H.264
MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 is a standard for efficient data compressing and color video expansion,
which is used for recording high-definition video. MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 usage is expected to
increase in the future as the video codec has been approved by Blu-ray disc specifications.
●Progressive/Interlace
As the primary scanning methods for televisions, Interlace is a conventional image signal that
displays the image in two phases by splitting the display into odd and even scan lines.
Progressive will display the whole image in a single scan and when compared to Interlace, it
helps to ensure high-definition image reproduction without flickering.
S A L E S
G U I D E
(Blu-ray Disc Movie)
BDMV is an interactive disc authoring mode and application format for BD-ROMs, which is a
part of Blu-ray disc specifications. The correlation between DVD-Video in DVD specifications is
similar for BDMV in Blu-ray specifications and BDMV format discs can be played back on other
BD players. With its menu support, the format is also highly suitable for distribution purposes.
●Seamless
conversion
In order to enable the smooth transition of edited images while playing back or dubbing onto an optical
disc, equipment offering seamless conversion is able to correct the unnecessary freezing and jerkiness
found in content or video streams having deleted sections or repeatedly recorded DV or HDV content.
Specifications
SR-HD1500
SR-HD1250
Video recording system
Audio recording system
Importable
data format (to HDD)
500GB
250GB
H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC),
MPEG-2 TS, MPEG-2 PS,
JPEG (Still)
JPEG
AVCHD, HDV, DV,
JPEG, BDAV, BDMV,
DVD-Video/VR,
Everio backup disc
DVD-R (SL/DL), DVD-RW
SD Card (Still)
DVD-R (SL/DL)/-RW, DVD+R (SL/DL)/+RW
DVD-RAM, SDHC, SD
BD-RE (SL/DL), SDHC, SD,
Everio backup disc (DVD-R/-RW)
Yes
Everio
backup disc
Yes
BD-Video, BD-R (SL/DL),
BD-RE (SL/DL)
DVD
DVD-Video, DVD-R (SL/DL),
DVD-RW, DVD-RAM,
DVD+R (SL/DL), +RW
CD
CD, CD-R, CD-RW
SD Card (Video*3/Still)
SDHC, SD
Video input/output
Audio input/output
BDAV
BD-R (SL/DL), BD-RE (SL/DL)*2
BDMV
(HDMV)
BD-R (SL/DL), BD-RE (SL/DL)*2
General
Power requirement
Power
consumption
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power
on/off
34 W/3.0 W
Operating
41°F to 95°F
(5°C to 35°C)
-4°F to 140°F
(-20°C to 60°C)
Storage
DR
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
AF, AN, AL, AE
XP, SP, LP, EP, FR
1 Vp-p, 75 Ω (BNC)
2Vrms (pin jack)
Weight
Horizontal only
17-1/10" x 2-6/8"x 13-13/16"
(435 mm x 70 mm x 351 mm)
11.2 lbs
(5.1 kg)
11.0 lbs
(5.0 kg)
External Dimensions
Table of Contents
● Introduction ......................................
2
● Product Overview .............................
2
● Product Advantages .........................
3
● Workflow
Usable discs, Recording .................... 5
Importing ............................................ 6
Editing ................................................ 8
Dubbing ............................................. 10
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω,
C: 0.286 Vp-p, 75 Ω
● FAQ .................................................... 11
DV input
4-pin for DV, HDV IN
● Specifications ................................... 12
Remote input
3.5 mm diameter jack
S-video input/output
Serial command
Recordable/Playable Disc Format
AC power cord, audio/video
cable, BNC male to RCA female
adapter, infrared remote
control unit, “AA” battery x 2
Supplied
accessories
Operating position
MPEG-2 TS
H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC)
Accessories
Temperature
Input and Output*4
Playable Media
Recordable
disc format
DVD-R (SL/DL)/-RW,
DVD-RAM
CD-DA
MPEG-2 PS
SDHC, SD
Blu-ray Disc
DVD-R (SL/DL)/-RW, +RW (SL/DL)
Recording Mode
BD-R (SL/DL), BD-RE (SL/DL)*2
DVD
BD-R (SL/DL), BD-RE (SL/DL)*2
DVD-VR
(CPRM enabled)
Playable
disc format AVCHD
Dolby Digital, Linear PCM
MOV*1, AVCHD, HDV, DV,
JPEG, BDAV, BDMV,
DVD-Video/VR,
Everio backup disc
Recordable Media
Blu-ray Disc
BD-R (SL/DL), BD-RE (SL/DL)*2
BDMV
DVD-Video
Recording Function
HDD storage capacity
BDAV
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Component video output
DVD-Video
DVD-R (SL/DL)/-RW
HDMI output
DVD-VR
DVD-R (SL/DL)/-RW
USB terminal
JPEG
BD-RE, SDHC, SD
SD memory card
RS-232C
(D-sub 9-pin)
__
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω
CB/CR, PB/PR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω
19-pin type A
(Deep Color, x.v.Color, Ver.1.3a)
USB2.0
SDHC, SD
*1: Only on the SR-HD1500 from the GY-HM700 or GY-HM100 camcorder using the SP mode. *2: Not compatible with Ver. 1.0 *3: Playability depends on the
data format and conditions. *4: Corresponds to copy protection. *5: Dubbed disc may not be in accordance with the official Blu-ray specifications depending on
the conditions.
E. & O.E. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
“Blu-ray Disc” and “Blu-ray Disc” logo are trademarks. "AVCHD" and the "AVCHD" logo are trademarks of Panasonic Corporation and Sony Corporation. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface
are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. "Dolby" and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. i.LINK is a trademark of Sony Corporation. DTS is a registered trademark and
the DTS logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio Essential are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. The SD and SDHC logos are trademarks of the SD Card Association. Java and all Java based
trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. All other brand or product names may be trademark and/or registered trademarks of their
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