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CU-VD40U

DVD Burner

INSTRUCTIONS

Graveur de DVD

MANUEL D’UTILISATION

Grabador de DVD

MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES

EN

GLISH

FRANÇAIS

ESPAÑOL

For Customer Use:

Enter the Model No. and Serial

No. (located on the bottom of the burner) below. Retain this information for future reference.

Model No.

Serial No.

LYT1752-001A

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This burner enables DVDs of videos recorded with the

JVC Hard Disk Camera to be created without using a

PC.

● If you want to edit videos recorded with the camera and create your original DVDs, use the software provided with the camera for editing and creating DVDs.

● The provided data writing software Power2Go 5.5 Lite can be used for writing data. However, it cannot be used to edit videos or create DVDs.

● The burner does not include support for Macintosh.

Dear Customer,

Thank you for purchasing this burner. Before use, please read the safety information and precautions contained in pages 2 and 3 to ensure safe use of this product.

Safety Precautions

IMPORTANT:

In the event that any of the following occur, remove the plug and make a request for repair to the dealer.

● Smoke or abnormal odor is emitted

● Damage from being dropped

● Water or an object enters inside

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.

CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT

REPRODUCTION OF LABELS

WARNING LABEL INSIDE OF THE UNIT

This unit applies to the standard “IEC60825-1:2001” for laser products.

The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.

ATTENTION:

This unit contains microcomputers. External electronic noise or interference could cause malfunctioning. In such cases, switch the unit off and unplug the mains power cord. Then plug it in again and turn the unit on. Take out the disc. After checking the disc, operate the unit as usual.

CAUTION:

To avoid electric shock or damage to the unit, first firmly insert the small end of the power cord into the AC Adapter until it is no longer wobbly, and then plug the larger end of the power cord into an AC outlet.

If malfunctioning occurs, stop using the unit immediately and consult your local JVC dealer.

Caution on Replaceable lithium battery

The battery used in this device may present a fire or chemical burn hazard if mistreated.

Do not recharge, disassemble, heat above 100% or incinerate.

Replace battery with Panasonic (Matsushita Electric), Sanyo, Sony or Maxell CR2025.

Danger of explosion or Risk of fire if the battery is incorrectly replaced.

● Dispose of used battery promptly.

● Keep away from children.

● Do not disassemble and do not dispose of in fire.

For USA-California Only

This product contains a CR Coin Cell Lithium Battery which contains Perchlorate Material – special handling may apply.

See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate

WARNING:

Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as direct sunshine, fire or the like.

Declaration of Conformity (for owners in the U.S.A.)

Model Number

Trade Name

Responsible party

: CU-VD40U

: JVC

: JVC AMERICAS CORP.

Address

Telephone Number

: 1700 Valley Road Wayne, N. J. 07470

: 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.

(For owners in the U.S.A.)

Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. 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.

(For owners in Canada)

● FOR USE WITH MODEL NO. AP-V400U (AC ADAPTER).

● POUR UTILISER AVEC MODELE AP-V400U (ADAPTATEUR

CA).

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.

The

C/B button does not completely shut off mains power from the unit, but switches operating current on and off. ABB shows electrical power standby and ACB shows ON.

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Safety Precautions for the Burner

Be sure to observe the following precautions. Failing to do so may result in electric shock, fire, injury, or malfunction.

● Do not disassemble, dismantle, or modify the equipment.

Requests for repair and inspection should be made to the dealer.

● Do not insert metal or combustible objects or pour water or other liquids inside the burner.

● Turn off the power when connecting equipment.

● Remove the plug when the burner will not be used for a prolonged time or prior to cleaning (electricity flows through the equipment even when the power is off).

● Do not block the ventilation holes of the burner.

● Do not use where there is condensation. Suddenly carrying the burner from a cold location to a hot location may result in the formation of drops, which may cause a malfunction or failure.

● Do not cause the burner to vibrate when discs are in.

Safety Precautions for Accessories

● When using the AC adapter, the power cord, and the USB cable, be sure to observe the following precautions. Failing to do so may result in electric shock, fire, injury, or malfunction.

• Do not insert or remove the plug when your hands are wet.

• Fully insert the plug into the outlet.

• Keep dust and metal objects away from the plug.

• Do not damage the cord.

• Place the cord where it will not trip someone up.

• Do not use when thunder can be heard.

• Do not dismantle.

• Do not use for any product other than this one.

● Do not play the provided CD-ROM with an audio player. Doing so may damage the circuits or speakers.

Safety Precautions for Discs

Do not use the following discs.

● Cracked discs

● Deeply scratched discs

Installation

Do not install in any of the following locations.

● Humid location

● Location of 60 °C or above

● Location subject to direct sunlight

● Location where overheating is likely

● Dusty or smoky locations

● Locations subject to oily smoke or steam such as a kitchen counter or beside a humidifier

● Unstable location

● Bathroom

● Dusty places

● Slanted location

ATTENTION:

On placing the unit:

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

C/B 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.

Cleaning Procedure

IMPORTANT:

● Be sure to unplug the burner before beginning cleaning.

● Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.

● Ensure that no moisture or liquid comes into contact with the drive during cleaning.

Exterior of the Burner:

Wipe dirt off with a dry cloth.

Disc Tray:

Wipe off dirt with a soft dry cloth.

Disc:

Gently wipe from the inner edge to the outer edge with a soft cloth.

Storage:

Make sure that discs are kept in their cases. If discs are piled on top of one another without their protective cases, they can be damaged. Do not put discs in a location where they may be exposed to direct sunlight, or in a place where the humidity or temperature is high. Avoid leaving discs in your car!

Region Codes

Region codes are numbers for restricting DVD video playback.

The world is separated into six regions and each region is identified by a number. If the number for a disc does not match the number for the player, the disc cannot be played on the player. (The initial region code is indicated on the label on the bottom of the burner.)

Disclaimer

JVC accepts no liability whatsoever for loss of data resulting from inappropriate connections or handling.

Copyrights

Duplicating copyright protected material, for other than personal use, without the permission of the copyright holder is prohibited by copyright law.

Registered Trademarks and

Trademarks

● Windows ®

is either registered trademark or trademark of

Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

● Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Computer,

Inc., registered in the United States and other countries.

● Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation in the

United States.

● Manufactured under licence from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby

Laboratories.

● HDMI, HDMI logo and high definition multimedia interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LCC.

● Other company and product names mentioned herein are registered trademarks and/or trademarks of their respective holders.

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Enjoy High Definition Images Copied to DVDs!

Copying to DVD

A

Connect.

Audio/Video cable

(provided)

(provided)

4

B

Select the desired copy method.

The following 6 methods of copying are available.

Methods of copying Types of copy operation

Copy all

(NORMAL BACK-UP)

Copy only favorite scenes

(SELECT BACK-UP)

Copy all images shot.

Copy only newly shot images.

Search and copy by date.

Search and copy by scenes.

Search and copy by events.

Copy using playlists.

z

The date for videos created from playlists will be the same as the date the DVD is created.

C

Copy to DVD.

z

For details on finalizing, refer to pages 48 to 50 of the GZ-HD7U instruction manual.

z

Time taken for copying will be long if there are a large number of files.

DVD

DVD(DL)

5

3

EXECUTE

EXECUTE AND FINALIZE

CANCEL

SELECT SET TOP

GZ-HD7U instruction manual

0Page 48

0Page 48

0Page 49

0Page 49

0Page 49

0Page 49

Select and set on “EXECUTE AND FINALIZE”.

z

Additional recordings are not possible after finalizing.

To add new recordings z

Select and set on “EXECUTE” instead of “EXECUTE AND FINALIZE”.

z

Discs that are not finalized cannot be played back on PC or this burner.

To play back, connect as shown in the diagram above, and refer to pages 48 to 50 of the GZ-HD7U instruction manual.

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Viewing Images Copied to DVD on the TV

A

Connect.

Audio/Video cable

(provided)

A Disconnect the USB cable and turn off this burner.

B Connect the burner to the TV.

z

To view high definition images, connect using an optional HDMI cable or component video cable.

B

Play back.

A Turn on the burner.

z

Confirm that the power lamp is lighted in orange. If the lamp is not lighted in orange, disconnect the USB cable then turn off and on the power again.

Approx. 20 seconds later

B Press the open/close ( M) button to eject the tray.

C Insert a finalized disc.

D Press the open/close ( M) button to close the tray.

z

The following screen appears.

PLAY VIDEO PLAY IMAGE

E Play back.

z

For details on playback, refer to page 15 of this instruction manual.

z

Confirm that the data has been copied to DVD before erasing.

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Contents

DVD Burner

CU-VD40U

ENGLISH

Safety Precautions .....................................................................2

Enjoy High Definition Images Copied to DVDs! .........................4

Copying to DVD............................................................................................ 4

Viewing Images Copied to DVD on the TV................................................... 5

Contents.....................................................................................6

Getting Started ...........................................................................7

Accessories .................................................................................................. 7

Placing the Burner ........................................................................................ 7

Inserting a Disc............................................................................................. 7

Preparing the Remote Control ...................................................................... 7

Guide to Parts and Controls .......................................................8

Connecting to TV .......................................................................9

Connecting to a TV with HDMI Input Terminal ............................................. 9

Connecting to a TV with Component Video Input Connectors..................... 9

Connecting to a TV with Video/Audio Input Connectors ............................ 10

Connecting to a TV with DVI Input Terminal............................................... 10

Saving Everio Camera Images to DVD ....................................11

To Connect ................................................................................................. 11

Creating Data/DVD Video Discs................................................................. 11

Saving PC Images to DVD .......................................................12

To Connect ................................................................................................. 12

Saving to a DVD ......................................................................................... 12

Computers That Can Be Used ................................................................... 12

Installing CyberLink Power2Go 5.5 Lite ..................................................... 13

CyberLink Power2Go 5.5 Lite Contact Information .................................... 13

Folder Configuration.................................................................14

Viewing Images Saved in DVD ................................................15

Viewing Videos Saved from High Definition Everio Camera ...................... 15

Viewing Still Images Saved from High Definition Everio Camera ............... 17

Viewing DVD Videos Saved from Everio Camera....................................... 18

Viewing High Quality Images ...................................................19

Changing the Settings ..............................................................20

Menu Operation Procedures ...................................................................... 20

Setting Items And Contents........................................................................ 21

Screen Display .........................................................................22

Troubleshooting .......................................................................23

Error Messages........................................................................24

Specifications ...........................................................................25

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Getting Started

Accessories

Power cord USB cable Audio/Video cable

AC adapter

(AP-V400U)

Stand

Remote control

(RM-V41U)

DVD-ROM Recording disc (DVD-R DL)

(For use with high definition Everio Camera.

Cannot be used with an Everio Camera.)

Lithium Battery (CR2025)

Pre-installed in the remote control unit.

CAUTION:

z

Do not use the provided AC adapter and power cord with other devices. In addition, do not use AC adapter, power cord and

USB cable other than those provided with this burner. Doing so may result in electric shock or fire.

Placing the Burner

„

Horizontal orientation z

Take note of the top and bottom of the burner and place it in the horizontal orientation.

„

Vertical orientation z

When using in the vertical orientation, align the vent of the burner with that of the provided stand, then place and fix the burner securely on the stand.

Bottom surface

Stand (provided)

Vent

Inserting a Disc

When handling a disc, be sure not to touch the playback/recording side of the disc.

Use only the [

M] button on the burner or the remote control to eject the disc tray. If you open the tray manually, there is a risk of the disc dropping out or getting caught.

„

Horizontal orientation

„

Vertical orientation

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Preparing the Remote Control

A battery is included inside the remote control at the time of purchase. Remove the insulation sheet before use.

„

To Reinsert the Battery z

Pull out the battery holder by pressing the lock tab.

Lithium Battery

(CR2025)

Lock Tab

7

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Guide to Parts and Controls

H

A B C D E F G

A Open/Close Button ( M)

B Power Button (

C/B)

C Power Lamp

Green light:

When connected to Everio camera or

PC.

Orange light:

During playback.

D Play/Pause Button ( I/W)

E Stop Button ( o)

F Previous Button ( S)

G Next Button (

T)

H Disc Tray

Rear

..................................................................................................................................................................

C

E

DC

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

P

R

P

B

Y

R

A DC Connector

B USB Connector

C Cooling Fan

D HDMI Terminal

E COMPONENT VIDEO OUT Connectors

F AUDIO output Connectors

G VIDEO output Connector

L

AUDIO

VIDEO

A

B D F G

D

E

F

G

H

I

A

B

C

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

A OPEN/CLOSE Button (

M)

B SET UP Button

C TOP MENU Button

D Selection keys ( / / / )

E STOP Button ( o)

F PREVIOUS Button (

S)

G REV Button (

O)

H FWD Button ( N)

I PLAY/PAUSE Button (

I/W)

J TOOL Button

K RESOLUTION Button

L ON SCREEN Button

M MENU Button

N ENTER Button

O RETURN Button

P Skip Button ( v)

Q Replay Button ( w)

R NEXT Button (

T)

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Connecting to TV

To view high definition images, connect using an optional HDMI cable or component video cable.

Connecting to a TV with HDMI Input Terminal

„

TV

EN

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ES

„

This burner

DC

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

P

R

P

B

Y

R L

AUDIO

VIDEO

HDMI

HDMI cable (not provided)

NOTES:

z

Images can only be displayed on a High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HPCP) monitor. (0P24) z

When images do not appear normally, set the “HDMI COLOR SETTING” in the setting menu to “RGB”. (0P21)

Connecting to a TV with Component Video Input Connectors

„

TV

Component video cable

(not provided)

„

This burner

DC

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

P

R

P

B

Y

R L

AUDIO

VIDEO

C

R

/P

R

C

B

/P

B

Y

AUDIO IN

L R

Component video cable

Y=Green / P

B

=Blue

P

R

=Red

Audio cable

L=White / R=Red

Audio cable (not provided)

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Connecting to a TV with Video/Audio Input Connectors

Connect the output connectors of the burner to the input connectors of the TV with the provided Audio/Video cable.

„

TV

„

This burner

DC

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

Y

R L

AUDIO

VIDEO

AUDIO IN

L R VIDEO IN

Audio/Video cable

R=Red

L=White

VIDEO=Yellow

Audio/Video cable (provided)

Connecting to a TV with DVI Input Terminal

„

TV

HDMI-DVI cable

(not provided)

„

This burner

DC

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

P

R

P

B

Y

R L

AUDIO

VIDEO

DVI

AUDIO IN

L R

Audio cable

R=Red

L=White

Audio cable (not provided)

NOTES:

z

Images can only be displayed on a High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HPCP) monitor. (0P24) z

When black-and-white images are not clear, set the “HDMI ENHANCE SETTING” in the setting menu to “ON”. (0P21)

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Saving Everio Camera Images to DVD

You can easily create data discs by connecting the burner to an Everio camera.

To Connect

PREPARATIONS:

z

Power/Mode switch (Everio camera) : Off z

Power switch (This burner) : Off

A

Press the [OPEN/CLOSE] button after the menu appears on the

Everio.

z

The disc tray opens.

B

Insert a disc.

z

We recommend you to use a compatible disc.

(0P25)

DC

DC

USB

USB

USB cable

(provided)

AC adapter

(provided for the camera)

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

P

R

P

B

Y

R L

AUDIO

VIDEO

Power supply outlet

Power cord

(provided)

AC adapter

(provided for the burner)

DC

C

Press the [OPEN/CLOSE] button.

z

The disc tray closes.

D

Create data/DVD video discs.

z

Refer to the Everio camera instruction manual on how to create data/DVD video discs.

NOTES:

z

Data discs cannot be played on DVD recorders/players.

z

DVDs created with GZ-MG series Everio camera equipped with the direct DVD creation function are DVD video discs, not data discs. (For details, refer to the instruction manual of the Everio camera.) z

A disc cannot be ejected while data is being written to the disc. Wait until writing finishes.

z

The remote control cannot be operated when the burner is connected to the Everio camera via USB cable.

z

A considerable amount of time is required if over 1000 video or still images are being saved to DVD, therefore it is advisable to back up in advance.

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z

The positions of DC connector and USB connector and indications (On/Off) of the Power/Mode switch may be different for some Everio camera models.

z

During saving, there is no output from the HDMI terminal or COMPONENT VIDEO OUT connectors of this burner.

The video image can be displayed from the Everio camera’s LCD monitor or by connecting the Everio camera to a TV.

Creating Data/DVD Video Discs

CAUTION:

z

When recording an event (such as athletics meet) with an

Everio camera, it is advisable to use the same recording mode throughout. Changing the recording mode will cause an event to be divided and saved into two or more folders.

z

When there is a disc in the burner, do not subject the

Everio camera or burner to vibration or mechanical shock.

PREPARATIONS:

z

Power/Mode switch (Everio camera) : On z

Power switch (This burner) : On

When a disc cannot be ejected with the [OPEN/

CLOSE] button, use the following procedure to eject by force.

a

Turn off the power.

b

Insert a thin rod of about 10 cm long into the force eject hole located on the right side of the burner.

The disc tray will be ejected for about 1 cm.

c

Pull out the disc tray manually and take out the disc.

Force eject hole z

Be sure to place the burner horizontally.

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Saving PC Images to DVD

This burner can be used as a DVD burner by connecting it to a PC. Images edited on a PC can also be saved to a DVD by using the provided software.

To Connect

PREPARATIONS:

z

Power switch (This burner) : Off z

PC Power : Off

USB cable

(provided for the Everio camera)

USB z

For details on how to save, refer to the Power2Go

User’s guide, Help and ReadMe.

You can view User’s guide, Help and ReadMe from the start menu of the PC.

z

This burner cannot be used to write files into CD-R or

CD-RW. Also, it does not respond to all the functions of Power2Go 5.5 Lite.

z

To get customer support and to register the software, you need the following product key (CD-Key):

PXNVM-NWE4G-XQD9Q-CU9DX-3FQFN-NAKUS z

Power2Go 5.5 Lite does not support conversion of audio files to MP3 format.

z

When the “Enter Activation Key” screen appears while using Power2Go 5.5 Lite, close the screen without entering the activation key.

PC

USB

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

P

R

P

B

Y

Power supply outlet

Removing USB Cable from PC

.............................................................................

a

Carry out removing of hardware on the PC.

b

Remove the USB Cable.

DC

R L

AUDIO

VIDEO

DC

AC adapter

(provided for the burner)

Power cord

(provided)

Saving to a DVD

A

Turn on the burner and the PC.

z

Install the CyberLink Power2Go 5.5 Lite software if you have not done so.

B

Insert a disc.

z

We recommend you to use a compatible disc.

(0P25)

C

Use Power2Go to save to a DVD.

1. Use Power2Go to create a folder.

z

You can create the desired folder names; however do not use “EVERIO_V” or “EVERIO_S” as the folder name.

z

Use half-width alphanumeric characters when entering the folder or file names. You can enter up to 40 half-width characters.

2. Set the file system of the data tab in the Power2Go setup menu to “UDF1.5”.

3. Copy files such as MPEG, JPEG and TPD into the folder.

Computers That Can Be Used

CyberLink Power2Go 5.5 Lite can be used on computers satisfying the following conditions.

„

Operating system:

Windows

姞 XP Home Edition [XP] (pre-installed)

Windows

姞 XP Home Professional [XP] (pre-installed)

„

Connector:

USB 2.0/1.1 connector z

If you use USB1.1 cable, it will take approximately 3 hours to write one DVD.

„

CPU:

Intel

姞 Pentium姞 III, at least 800 MHz

(Intel

姞 Pentium姞 4, at least 2 GHz recommended)

„

RAM:

At least 128 MB (at least 256 MB recommended)

„

Free hard disk space:

At least 50 MB for installation

At least 5 GB recommended for making DVDs

„

Display:

Must be capable of displaying 800 c 600 dots

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Installing CyberLink Power2Go 5.5

Lite

CAUTION:

z

Do not play the provided CD-ROM in an audio player. It is not an audio CD. Playing this CD-ROM in an audio player will result in a loud high noise. It may also damage the circuit and speaker.

A

Insert the provided CD-ROM in the

PC.

z

The “Choose Setup Language” screen appears.

B

Confirm the language and then click

“OK”.

z

The following screen appears.

C

Click “Next”.

z

The “License

Agreement” screen appears.

E

Enter the “User Name” and

“Company Name” and then click

“Next”.

F

Follow the on-screen instructions.

z

Installation starts. The “InstallShield Wizard

Complete” screen appears.

G

Click “Finish”.

z

The computer will restart and installation is completed.

z

If the screen on the right does not appear, proceed to step H.

H

Click “Finish”.

z

The “CyberLink

Power2Go 5.5”

Readme screen appears.

D

Confirm the contents and then click

“Yes”.

z

The “Customer

Information” screen appears.

I

Read the contents of the Readme.

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CyberLink Power2Go 5.5 Lite Contact Information

For information on CyberLink Power2Go 5.5 Lite or other products, use the following contact information.

„

Telephone/fax support

Location

Germany

Language

English / French / Spanish

„

Paid voice support

Location

U.S.A.

Language

English

„

Support web/e-mail

Language

English

French / Spanish

Office hours (Mon. to Fri.)

9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Office hours (Mon. to Fri.)

1:00 pm to 10:00 pm CST

Phone #

+49-700-462-92375

Fax #

+49-241-70525-25

URL http://www.cyberlink.com/english/cs/support/

URL/e-mail address http://www.cyberlink.com/english/cs/support/new_site/support_index.html

[email protected]

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Folder Configuration

This shows the folder configuration when files are saved from a high definition Everio camera or a PC to DVD.

Root

[EVERIO_V]

*1

EVERIO VIDEO

[BACKUP]

NORMAL BACK-UP

(Everio : ALL SCENES)

Back-up date folders

[06060101]

[06123199]

Video folders

[PRG001]

[PRG002]

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[EVERIO_S]

*1

EVERIO IMAGE

[DATE]

DATE BACK-UP

(Everio : SELECT FROM DATE)

[EVENT]

EVENT BACK-UP

(Everio : SELECT FROM EVENT)

[06060101]

[06060101]

[FILES]

FILE BACK-UP

(Everio : SELECT FROM SCENES)

[06060101]

[PLAYLIST]

PLAYLIST BACK-UP

(Everio : SELECT FROM PLAYLIST)

[06060101]

Back-up date folders

[BACKUP]

NORMAL BACK-UP

[06060101]

[DATE]

DATE BACK-UP

[06060101]

Still image files

[PIC_0001.JPG]

[PIC_0002.JPG]

[FILES]

FILE BACK-UP

[06060101]

*1 Video and image files taken by high definition Everio camera that are saved to this burner will be saved in the “EVERIO_V” and “EVERIO_S” folders.

Root

[EXTMOV]

*2, 4

EVERIO VIDEO

Video files to be edited

[MOV_0001.TPD]

*5

[MOV_0002.TPD]

[USER_DAT]

*3, 4

[USER_DAT2]

Video/Still image files

[USER2.MPG]

*5

[USER_DAT3] [USER1.MPG]

[USER3.JPG]

*2 Only high definition Everio video files (“.TPD” files) edited on the PC can be saved in the “EXTMOV” folder.

z

“.TPD” files can also be saved in folders created on the

PC.

*3 Create folders with Power2Go and saved the desired video and/or still image files into the folders. You can use your preferred folder names and file names. (Shown as

“USER DAT” in the illustration.)

*4

Use Power2Go to save the “EXTMOV” and “USER DAT” folders to DVD. (0P12)

*5 Files with the extension “.TPD” are high definition Everio video files that are edited on the PC.

Files with the extension “.MPG” are Everio video files that are edited on the PC. (For details, refer to “Data format (extension)” (0P25).)

CAUTION:

z

You can create the desired folder and file names, however do not use “EVERIO_V” or “EVERIO_S” as the folder name. In addition, use half-width alphanumeric characters when entering the folder or file names. You can enter up to

40 half-width characters.

z

Folders can only be created up to 16 levels. Playback may be impossible if folders exceed 16 levels.

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Viewing Images Saved in DVD

This burner can play DVDs saved from an Everio camera or a PC.

Viewing Videos Saved from High Definition Everio Camera

D

Select “NORMAL BACK-UP”.

„

To playback the image immediately after saving in

DVD

1. Remove the USB cable. (0P12)

2. Turn off the power of this burner.

3. Connect to TV and power on this burner.

z

Confirm that the power lamp on the burner is lighted in orange.

For details on connections, refer to “Connecting to TV”

(0P9, 10).

<Example>

When all videos shot on a high definition Everio camera are saved in DVD.

1. SELECT

2. CONFIRM

PLAY VIDEO

NAME

NORMAL BACK-UP

NORMAL BACK-UP

DATE BACK-UP

EVENT BACK-UP

FILE BACK-UP

PLAYLIST BACK-UP

EVERIO VIDEO

SET

RETURN

RETURN

TOOL

TOOL MENU

1/5 z

Files will be sorted automatically to the created folders, depending on the items selected in the

“CREATE DVD” function of the high definition Everio camera. (0P14)

E

Select the date saved in DVD.

A

Insert a disc.

1. SELECT

PLAY VIDEO

NAME

06060101

06060101

06123199

NORMAL BACK-UP

B

Select “PLAY VIDEO”.

1. SELECT

SET

RETURN

RETURN

TOOL

TOOL MENU

1/2

2. CONFIRM

PLAY VIDEO PLAY IMAGE

2. CONFIRM

z

The playback navigator appears.

C

Select “EVERIO VIDEO”.

1. SELECT

PLAY VIDEO

NAME

EVERIO VIDEO

EVERIO VIDEO

PLAY VIDEO

1/3

SET

RETURN

RETURN

TOOL

TOOL MENU

2. CONFIRM

z

To playback videos saved from a PC, select “EDITED

VIDEO”. (0P14) z

If you had created a desired folder on a PC, select that folder name.

CAUTION:

z

Check the resolution setting if the image is not displayed.

(0P19)

F

Select the folder to be played.

1. SELECT

PLAY VIDEO

NAME

PRG001

NUMBER OF FILE

99

DATE

1.6.2006

TIME

00:00:00

PRG001

PRG002

PRG003

PRG004

PRG005

PRG006

PRG007

PRG008

SET RETURN RETURN TOOL TOOL MENU

06060101

1/8

2. CONFIRM

z

The files in the folder will be played sequentially.

z

For details on playback operations, refer to “Buttons that can be used during playback” (0P16).

CAUTION:

z

There will be an approximately 0.5 seconds still image between each file.

z

An approximately 2 seconds black screen will appear between each folder when you press the [S] /[T] buttons to select the folder to be played.

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Button names

PLAY

PAUSE

STOP

REV

FWD

During video playback

Pressing the button during pause or variable speed playback will play the video.

z

You can also use the [ENTER] button.

Stops the playback and displays still images.

z

You can also use the [ENTER] button.

During still image playback

Starts a slideshow.

z

You can also use the [ENTER] button.

Stops the slideshow and displays still images.

z

You can also use the [ENTER] button.

Stops the playback and returns to the playback navigator.

z

You can also use the [RETURN], [TOP MENU] or [MENU] button.

Pressing the button each time changes the search from Search b1 to Search b5.

z

Pressing the [FWD] button changes the search to Search a1.

z

Slow reverse cannot be performed.

Pressing the button each time changes the search from Search a1 to Search a5.

z

Pressing the [REV] button changes the search to Search b1.

Pressing the button each time during pause will play the video in 4 different speeds of

1/16x, 1/8x, 1/4x and 1/2x.

Displays the next folder.

Displays the next file.

b b

NEXT

Displays the beginning of the folder.

Displays the previous file.

PREVIOUS

Skip

Replay

Moves the playback position forward for approx. 30 seconds. Pressing this button continuously will move the position ahead for the number of times the button is pressed.

Moves the playback position backward for approx. 7 seconds. Pressing this button continuously will move the position backward for the number of times the button is pressed.

Selection key :

UP

Displays the beginning of the file.

b b

When paused, each press of the button rotates the image 90 degrees.

Selection key :

DOWN

Displays the next file.

Selection key :

LEFT

Selection key :

RIGHT

TOOL

Pressing the button each time changes the search from Search b1 to Search b5.

z

Pressing the [FWD] button changes the search to Search a1.

z

Slow reverse cannot be performed.

Pressing the button each time changes the search from Search a1 to Search a5.

z

Pressing the [REV] button changes the search to Search b1.

Changes the playback settings. (While the screen in step F on page 15 is displayed.)

CONTINUE PLAYBACK : Plays the video from the previously stopped position.

PLAY FROM BEGINNING : Plays the video from the beginning of the file.

Displays the previous file.

Displays the next file.

Changes the playback settings. (While the screen in step C on page 17 is displayed.)

„

SLIDESHOW INTERVAL

Sets the time to display one image (maximum approx. 2 MB). It may take some time to display depending on the image size.

10 SEC / 15 SEC / 20 SEC

„

SLIDESHOW EFFECTS

Sets a fading effect when changing image display.

ON : Fade in from black, fade out to black

OFF : No fading effect.

„

CHANGE VIEW

Sets the display format of the playback navigator.

Thumbnail/List

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Viewing Still Images Saved from High Definition Everio Camera

E

Select the date saved in DVD.

„

To playback the image immediately after saving in

DVD

1. Remove the USB cable. (0P12)

2. Turn off the power of this burner.

3. Connect to TV and power on this burner.

z

Confirm that the power lamp on the burner is lighted in orange.

For details on connections, refer to “Connecting to TV”

(0P9, 10).

<Example>

When all still images shot on a high definition Everio camera are saved in DVD.

1. SELECT

1. SELECT

2. CONFIRM

PLAY IMAGE

NAME

06060101

06060101

SET

RETURN

RETURN

TOOL

TOOL MENU

F

Select the file to be played.

A

Insert a disc.

NORMAL BACK-UP

PLAY IMAGE

NAME

PIC_0001.JPG

FOLDER

104JVCSO

DATE

1.6.2006

TIME

00:00:00

SIZE

1920x 1080

SET

RETURN

RETURN

TOOL

TOOL MENU

06060101

2. CONFIRM

B

Select “PLAY IMAGE”.

1. SELECT

1/1

1/12 z

Playback starts.

z

For details on playback operations, refer to “Buttons that can be used during playback” (0P16).

2. CONFIRM

z

The playback navigator appears.

PLAY VIDEO PLAY IMAGE

NOTES:

z

Only still images conforming to the Exif standard will be displayed in thumbnails. For any other still images, “?” is displayed and they may not be playable.

z

It may take some time to display if the image file size is large or when there are many files.

C

Select “EVERIO IMAGE”.

1. SELECT

PLAY IMAGE

NAME

EVERIO IMAGE

EVERIO IMAGE USER_DAT

PLAY IMAGE

EN

FR

ES

1/2

SET

RETURN

RETURN

TOOL

TOOL MENU

2. CONFIRM

z

If you had created a desired folder on a PC, select that folder name. The folder is displayed as “USER DAT” on the screen in step C. (0P14)

CAUTION:

z

Check the resolution setting if the image is not displayed.

(0P19)

D

Select “NORMAL BACK-UP”.

1. SELECT

PLAY IMAGE

NAME

NORMAL BACK-UP

EVERIO IMAGE

NORMAL BAC

K-UP

DATE BACK-U

P

FILE BACK-UP

1/3

SET

RETURN

RETURN

TOOL

TOOL MENU

2. CONFIRM

z

Files will be sorted automatically to the created folders, depending on the items selected in the

“CREATE DVD” function of the high definition Everio camera. (0P14)

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Viewing DVD Videos Saved from Everio Camera

„

To playback the image immediately after saving in

DVD

1. Remove the USB cable. (0P12)

2. Turn off the power of this burner.

3. Connect to TV and power on this burner.

z

Confirm that the power lamp on the burner is lighted in orange.

For details on connections, refer to “Connecting to TV”

(0P9, 10).

A

Insert a disc.

B

Play the video.

CAUTION:

z

Check the resolution setting if the image is not displayed.

(0P19)

NOTE:

z

A music CD cannot be played when a TV is connected.

or z

The video plays back or a menu screen appears.

C

When the menu screen appears, select a menu item.

1. SELECT

2. CONFIRM

Button names

PLAY

PAUSE

During DVD video playback

Pressing the button during pause or variable speed playback will play the video.

Pauses the playback.

STOP

REV

FWD

Stops playback.

Pressing the button each time changes the search from Search b1 to Search b5.

z

Pressing the [FWD] button changes the search to Search a1.

z

Slow reverse cannot be performed.

Pressing the button each time changes the search from Search a1 to Search a5.

z

Pressing the [REV] button changes the search to Search b1.

Pressing the button each time during pause will play the video in 4 different speeds of 1/16x,

1/8x, 1/4x and 1/2x.

Moves to the next chapter.

NEXT

PREVIOUS Moves to the previous chapter.

Skip

Replay

TOOL

Moves the playback position forward for approx. 30 seconds. Pressing this button continuously will move the position ahead for the number of times the button is pressed.

Moves the playback position backward for approx. 7 seconds. Pressing this button continuously will move the position backward for the number of times the button is pressed.

Changes the playback settings. (During playback)

AUDIO LANGUAGE : Not available.

SUBTITLE LANGUAGE : Not available.

CHANGE ANGLE : Not available.

CHANGE TITLE : Select the title and jump to that title.

CHANGE CHAPTER : Select the chapter and jump to that chapter.

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Viewing High Quality Images

You can change the video output resolution when the burner is connected to a progressive scan TV via an HDMI cable or component video cable.

A

Change output resolution during stop mode.

B

Select “YES”.

1. SELECT

CURRENT RESOLUTION : 480i

DO YOU WANT TO SAVE THE SETTINGS?

YES NO z

Every press of the button changes the resolution as follows.

Connection via HDMI cable (However, the selections for resolution not supported by TV may not be displayed.)

AUTO 480p 1080i 720p

Connection via component video cable (HDMI cable is not connected)

480i 480p 1080i 720p

Connection via video cable

Set the resolution to “480i”. Image cannot be displayed if other settings are being selected. Press the [RESOLUTION] button and set to “480i”.

2. CONFIRM

z

If the image is not displayed on the TV after changing the resolution, do not operate the burner for 15 seconds. The resolution setting before the change is restored.

NOTES:

z

When HDMI cable is connected, images are not output in analog.

z

When “480i” is selected, images are output from both the

VIDEO connector and the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT connectors.

CAUTION:

z

“AUTO” will be selected automatically when the burner is connected via an HDMI cable to a TV not supporting the selected resolution.

z

When the burner is connected to a TV via a component video cable and the output resolution is set to “1080i” or

“720p”, playback will stop if a digital copy protected (CSS) disc is played. (0P24)

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Changing the Settings

Configures basic settings that determines the operation of the burner.

Menu Operation Procedures

<Example>

To change the “SELECT TV TYPE” of “VIDEOS” from

“16:9” to “4:3LB”.

When connected to TV and power is on

A

Display the “SETTINGS” screen.

F

Select “YES”.

1. SELECT

SETTINGS

VIDEOS

SELECT TV TYPE 4:3 LB

HDMI COLOR SETTING AUTO

DO YOU WANT TO SAVE THE SETTINGS?

HDMI ENHANCE SETTING OFF

YES NO

SELECT

SAVE

SET

RETURN

CANCEL

CANCEL

2. CONFIRM

G

Exit the “SETTINGS” screen.

B

Select “VIDEOS”.

1. SELECT

SETTINGS

VIDEOS

DVD

GENERAL

RESET

SELECT SET

SET UP

CANCEL

2. CONFIRM

C

Select “SELECT TV TYPE”.

1. SELECT

SETTINGS

SELECT TV TYPE

HDMI COLOR SETTING

HDMI ENHANCE SETTING

VIDEOS

16:9

AUTO

OFF

SELECT

SAVE

SET

RETURN

CANCEL

CANCEL

2. CONFIRM

D

Select “4:3LB”.

1. SELECT

SETTINGS

SELECT TV TYPE

HDMI COLOR SETTING

HDMI ENHANCE SETTING

VIDEOS

4:3 LB

AUTO

OFF

SELECT

SAVE

SET

RETURN

CANCEL

CANCEL

2. CONFIRM

E

Select “SAVE”.

1. SELECT

SETTINGS

SELECT TV TYPE

HDMI COLOR SETTING

HDMI ENHANCE SETTING

VIDEOS

4:3 LB

AUTO

OFF

SELECT

SAVE

SET RETURN CANCEL

CANCEL

2. CONFIRM

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Setting Items And Contents

is the default setting.

„

VIDEOS

SELECT TV TYPE

Configure the settings according to the TV to be connected. (If the screen size setting of the TV is fixed, the screen size setting of the TV remains the same even if you change the setting on this burner.)

16:9 When connected to a wide TV (16:9).

4:3LB

4:3PS

When connected to a 4:3 TV (16:9 images will appear with black bands on the top and bottom).

When connected to a 4:3 TV (16:9 images will appear with the left and right sides missing).

HDMI COLOR SETTING

Sets the video format from the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT of the burner.

AUTO Normally selects this.

RGB When images do not appear properly due to the specifications of the TV.

HDMI ENHANCE SETTING

Set this when connected to a DVI device.

OFF

ON

Normally selects this.

When connected to a DVI device and black-and-white images are not clear.

„

DVD

The following items will not take effect even if configured.

MENU LANGUAGE

AUDIO LANGUAGE

SUBTITLE

„

GENERAL

LANGUAGE

Sets the language to be displayed on the screen such as the “SETTINGS” screen.

Set the language.

(“ENGLISH” is set as the default language.)

DATE DISPLAY STYLE

Changes the date format.

year.month.day

month.day.year

day.month.year

Set the date format.

„

RESET

Returns the settings to default.

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Screen Display

Information during playback can be displayed on the screen.

During playback

z

Every press of the button changes the display mode.

Auto mode (During video/still images playback only)

Displays the playback status and playback time/ playback position for 3 seconds when there is a change in status.

Half mode

Displays the playback status and playback time/ playback position.

Full mode

Displays all information including file name.

Hide mode

Hides the information.

When playing video saved from a high definition Everio camera

File Name

File Date (Displays the date and time of recording of the first file in the folder.)

PRG001

1.6.2006 00:00:00

MPEG

Audio Format

Playback Status

REW/FF

00: 00 : 24

B.SKIP/F.SKIP

STOP PAUSE

Operation Guide

Playback Time/

Playback Position

When playing still image saved from a high definition Everio camera

Folder Name

File Name

104JVCS0

PIC_0001.JPG

File Date

1.6.2006 00:00:00

1920 x 1080

File Resolution

Playback Status

REW/FF STOP SLIDESHOW PAUSE

Operation Guide

When playing DVD video saved from an

Everio camera

Title Number

Chapter Number

TITLE1 CHAPTER1

Audio Format

Playback Status

REW/FF

00: 00 : 08

B.SKIP/F.SKIP

STOP PAUSE

Operation Guide

Playback Time/

Playback Position

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Troubleshooting

Trouble

General

Cannot turn the power on.

Cause/Action

The burner or AC adapter is hot.

z

Make sure the AC adapter and power cord are connected properly.

z

This is not a malfunction.

z

If the burner is abnormally hot, remove the AC adapter and consult the dealer from which you purchased the burner.

z

This is not a malfunction.

After pressing the power button, it takes approximately 20 seconds before the burner becomes operable.

Malfunction or error occurs.

Saving z

Turn the burner off, and then turn it back on again.

The Everio camera is not recognized.

The PC is not recognized.

Cannot open the disc tray.

Reading fails.

Writing fails.

It is impossible to dub the DVD discs, which were written with this burner, on a HDD-DVD recorder.

Writing/reading at maximum speed is not possible

(when connected to PC).

z

Make sure the USB cable is connected properly. Install the projected end of the terminal to the burner and the other end to the Everio camera.

z

Make sure the USB cable provided for the Everio camera is connected properly.

z

A disc cannot be ejected by pressing the eject button if data is being written to the disc. Wait until writing finishes.

z

If a disc cannot be ejected with the eject button because of a failure or a malfunction caused by, for example, the burner being dropped, insert a thin rod of about 10 cm long into the force eject hole to eject the disc. (0P11) z

Insert the disc with the label facing up.

z

Make sure the disc tray is not dirty.

z

Make sure the writing surface of the disc is not damaged.

z

Make sure that special-shaped discs are not used.

z

Any CD that does not comply with standards such as the CD-DA standard (copy-control CDs) cannot be played.

z

For CD-R or CD-RW, make sure it is not recorded using the packetwrite method.

z

Make sure an appropriate disc is being used. (0P25) z

Use discs recommended for the burner. (0P26) z

Make sure that a new disc is used for DVD-R.

z

Insert the disc with the label facing up.

z

Make sure the disc tray is not dirty.

z

Make sure the writing surface of the disc is not damaged.

z

Make sure that special-shaped discs are not used.

z

Connect the burner to the Everio camera, playback using “PLAY

DVD” function of the camera, and dub the DVD discs with the DVD recorder. (Refer to the instruction manual of Everio.) z

Make sure an appropriate disc is being used. (0P25) z

Use discs recommended for the burner. (0P26) z

Make sure a proper standard disc is being used. (Writing/reading at maximum speed may not possible if non-standard discs are used.)

Playback

The remote control is not working.

Unable to operate.

z

Remove the batteries, insert them again and operate the remote control.

z

Replace with new batteries.

z

Operation may be prohibited due to the disc or other conditions.

z

If the burner does not work at all, turn off the power and turn it on again. (It may not work properly due to lightning strike or static electricity.)

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No images on the TV.

Trouble

Images are distorted during forward search or reverse search.

Commercial DVDs cannot be played when the burner is connected to PC.

Images added by PC cannot be played.

It takes some time to display the images during still image playback.

When changing from special playback to normal playback, or during slow playback, mosaic pattern (block noise) appears.

Cause/Action z

Is the video input displayed? Change to external output for the burner connected to a TV with video/audio input connectors.

z

When the image is not displayed on the TV after pressing the

[RESOLUTION] button, do not operate the burner for 15 seconds.

The resolution setting before the change is restored. (0P19) z

Check the resolution setting again. (0P19) z

Images may be distorted for sections where the playback speed changes. This is not a malfunction.

z

Play the disc of which the region number of the DVD video is “ALL” or “2”.

z

Images added to the disc (multi-border disc) by PC cannot be played on this burner.

z

The file size is too large or there are too many files. This is not a malfunction.

z

This is not a malfunction.

Error Messages

UNREADABLE DISC

Trouble

DISC ERROR

CANNOT OPERATE NOW

HDCP INCOMPATIBLE, CANNOT DISPLAY

USE HDCP COMPATIBLE MONITOR

DETECTED COPY GUARD

CANNOT DISPLAY WITH 1080i/720p

SET TO 480i OR 480p

INCOMPATIBLE DATA

CANNOT PLAY BACK

Cause/Action z

A blank disc is inserted.

z

Insert a disc that can be played on the burner. (0P25) z

The disc may be dirty. Clean the disc and try again.

z

The disc was not finalized after saving from a high definition Everio camera. Make sure to finalize the disc after saving. (For details, refer to the instruction manual of the Everio camera.) z

Stop the playback and operate again.

z

Connect the burner to a HDCP compliant monitor.

z

Make analog connection and set resolution to “480i” or “480p”.

(0P19) z

The data format is not compatible. Confirm the data format. (0P25) z

The disc was not finalized after saving from a high definition Everio camera. Make sure to finalize the disc after saving. (For details, refer to the instruction manual of the Everio camera.) z

File data may be missing.

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Specifications

„

Power Supply

DC12 V

„

Rated current

1.7 A

„

Dimensions (W c H c D)

171 c 56 c 262 mm (6-3/4" c 2-1/5" c 10-3/10")

„

Weight of main unit

Approx. 1.4 kg (3.1 lbs)

(excluding AC adapter and connection cables)

„

Operating Environment

Operating temperature : 0 % to 40 % (32 $ to 104 $)

Operating humidity : 35 % to 80 %

Storage temperature : b20 % to 60 % (b4 $ to 140 $)

„

Laser Power

For DVD

Wavelength : 653 to 663 nm

Output : 1.0 mW

For CD

Wavelength : 770 to 810 nm

Output : 0.4 mW

„

Power Supply

AC110 V to 240 V t, 50 Hz/60 Hz

„

Input capacity

1.5 A

„

Output

DC12 V s, 4 A

„

Operating temperature

0 % to 40 % (32 $ to 104 $)

„

Dimensions (W c H c D)

52 c 31 c 120 mm (2" c 1-1/5" c 4-7/10")

(excluding power cord)

„

Weight

Approx. 250 g (0.6 lbs)

„

Type

DC 3 V (CR2025 button battery)

„

Battery life

Approx. 1 year (depending on the frequency of use)

„

Operating distance

Approx. 5 m (face up)

„

Operating temperature

0 % to 40 % (32 $ to 104 $)

„

Dimensions (W c H c D)

42 c 12 c 100 mm (1-7/10" c 1/2" c 4")

„

Weight

Approx. 32 g (0.1 lbs)

(including button battery)

„

DVD-R

JVC, TDK, Verbatim, SONY

„

DVD-R DL

*1

JVC, Verbatim

„

DVD-RW

JVC z

Optimal performance of the burner may not be possible depending on the disc used. Using discs of manufacturers for which compatibility has been confirmed is recommended.

z

Only 12 cm discs can be used with this burner.

*1

DVD-R DL discs can be used when the burner is connected to a high definition Everio camera or a PC.

CAUTION:

z

When a DVD-R disc is finalized, additional recordings to the disc are not possible. In addition, the disc cannot be formatted (initialized).

z

After finalizing a DVD-RW disc, additional recordings to the disc are possible by formatting (initializing) the disc.

However, data (video/audio) saved will be deleted.

Playback

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„

Compatible discs

DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW

„

Data format (extension) z

DVD data discs that are created using high definition

Everio camera z

DVD data discs that are created using Everio camera z

DVD data discs that are written with data taken by high definition Everio camera and edited using the provided editing software.

(When a disc stops during playback and block noise occurs, disable the SVRT function in the editing software.) z

Following are the file extensions recognized by this burner. (It is not guaranteed that the following file extensions can be played back.) z

When connected to an Everio camera: TOD, JPG z

When connected to a PC: MOD, TPD, JPG z

Others:

MPG, MPEG, MPE, M2P, M2T, M2TS, TS, JPEG, JPE

When playing files created on a PC, pressing the [I] button after searching may cause the playback position to deviate.

„

Video output

1.0 V 75 & (Pin jack)

„

Audio output

2.0 Vrms 1 k& (Pin jack)

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Component video output

Y p-p : 1.0 V 75 & (Pin jack)

C

B

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R

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B

/P

R

p-p : 0.7 V 75 & (Pin jack)

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HDMI output

19-pin HDCP compliant

Video :480p / 1080i / 720p

(Compatibility with DVI-D is not guaranteed)

Audio : 2CH PCM/Bit stream

CAUTION:

z

Discs other than those stated above, and commercially available DVD videos cannot be played back properly.

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Interface

USB2.0

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Interface cable

USB cable (Mini type A b Mini type B)

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Compatible discs for writing (8 cm discs cannot be used)

Everio : DVD-R, DVD-RW (6x DVD-RW discs cannot be used)

High definition Everio : DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW

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Recording format

Everio : DVD video (video only)

High definition Everio : Data DVD (video, still image)

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Recording time

Everio :

Approx. 30 minutes (including time taken for finalization) z

Approx. 90 minutes of video recorded in fine mode on a 4.7 GB disc. (Varies depending on conditions such as number of titles.)

High definition Everio :

Approx. 35 minutes (including time taken for finalization) z

Approx. 40 minutes of video recorded in full HD mode on a 8.5 GB DVD-R DL disc. (Varies depending on conditions such as number of titles.) z

GZ-MC100, GZ-MC200, GZ-MC500, GZ-MG40,

GZ-MG50, GZ-MG70 cannot be used.

Reading

DVD-R : Maximum 12x

DVD-RW : Maximum 12x

DVD-ROM : Maximum 5x

DVD-R DL : Maximum 8x

CD-R : Maximum 10x

*2

CD-RW : Maximum 10x

*2

CD-ROM : Maximum 10x

*3

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Compatible discs (8 cm discs cannot be used)

Writing :

DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW

Reading :

DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW, DVD-ROM, DVD video,

CD-ROM, CD-DA

*4

, CD Extra, Video CD, Mixed CD,

CD-R, CD-RW

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Supported software

CyberLink PowerCinema NE for Everio/

PowerProducer 3 NE (Provided for Everio camera)

CyberLink Power2Go 5.5 Lite (provided)

*1

If you use USB1.1 cable, it will take approximately 3 hours to write one DVD.

*2 Any CD recorded using the packet-write method cannot be played.

*3

Operation is not guaranteed for any CD not compliant with the CD-DA standard (copy control CD).

*4 It may not be possible to read the audio files depending on the music CDs (CD-DA). In this case, make use of applications such as Windows Media Player.

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Interface

USB2.0, USB1.1

*1

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Interface cable

USB cable (USB cable provided for the Everio camera can also be used.)

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Supported operating systems

Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional

(Macintosh is not supported.)

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Data buffer capacity

2 MB

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Data transfer rate (for USB2.0)

Writing

DVD-R : Maximum 8x

DVD-R DL : Maximum 4x

DVD-RW : Maximum 4x

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