Sony HDR-UX1 Quick start guide

Sony HDR-UX1 Quick start guide
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On this “First Step Guide”
Software's on-line help
Picture Motion Browser features
Chapter 1: Setting up for the first time
Preparation flow
Step 1: Installing software
Step 2: Connecting with a USB cable
Chapter 2: Importing/viewing videos and still images on a computer
Viewing an AVCHD format disc on a computer
Importing videos on a disc and still images on a “Memory Stick Duo” to a computer
Viewing videos and still images imported to a computer
Chapter 3: Editing the imported videos and still images
Editing videos
Editing still images
Chapter 4: Manipulating videos and still images
Saving videos after converting format
Manipulating still images
Chapter 5: Creating and copying a disc
Creating a disc with HD (High Definition) picture quality
Creating a disc with SD (Standard Definition) picture quality
Copying a disc
Types of discs you can use
Chapter 6: Using with a Macintosh computer
Connecting your camcorder and a Macintosh computer with a USB cable
Copying still images from a “Memory Stick Duo”
Troubleshooting
Symptoms
Cause and/or corrective actions
Additional information
System requirements
Trademarks and regulations
(C) 2006 Sony Corporation
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On this “First Step Guide”
This “First Step Guide” describes the connections and settings required to use your camcorder with a
computer, and the basic operation of the software on the CD-ROM.
The CD-ROM includes the following software.
Picture Motion Browser: Windows computer only
You cannot use Picture Motion Browser on a Macintosh computer. You can only import the still images in the “Memory Stick Duo” with connecting your camcorder on a Macintosh computer.
Chapters 1 to 5 describe operations with a Windows computer.
When using a Macintosh computer, see “Chapter 6: Using with a Macintosh computer.” Notes
• The screenshots in this “First Step Guide” are from Windows XP. The screens may vary depending on the operating
system of the computer.
• Both an 8 cm and a 12 cm DVDs are described as a “disc” in this “First Step Guide.”
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Software's on-line help
The help provides detailed operating instructions for Picture Motion Browser.
Select [Help] in the [Help] menu of the software to start up the on-line help.
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Picture Motion Browser features
Picture Motion Browser is a set of Windows applications with the following features.
If you double-click the [
] (Picture Motion Browser) icon on the desktop, [Picture Motion Browser]
starts up.
Notes
z The picture may not play back smoothly, depending on specifications of your computer. For details about the
recommended specifications, see “System requirements.”
z You cannot use Picture Motion Browser on a Macintosh computer.
Playing a disc in AVCHD format
Player for AVCHD <Details>
You can view videos recorded on a disc in AVCHD format using your camcorder by inserting the
disc into the DVD drive of your computer.
Importing videos and still images taken with your camcorder <Details>
Viewing videos and still images imported to a computer <Details>
You can manage videos and still images taken with your camcorder by date and time imported, and
select videos or still images you want to view as thumbnails. These thumbnails can be enlarged and
played in a slide show.
Creating a disc with HD (High Definition) picture quality <Details>
You can create an original disc with HD (High Definition) picture quality by putting together AVCHD
1080i format videos taken with your camcorder.
Creating a disc with SD (Standard Definition) picture quality <Details>
You can create an original DVD Video with SD (Standard Definition) picture quality by putting
together videos and still images taken with your camcorder.
Copying a disc
Video Disc Copier <Details>
You can copy all the images on a disc taken with your camcorder.
For playing an AVCHD format disc on another DVD player, create a DVD Video disc from an
AVCHD format disc. In this case, creating the disc takes some time because the format must be
converted to DVD Video. Also, the videos on the disc are recorded in SD (Standard Definition)
picture quality.
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Chapter 1: Setting up for the first time
Preparation flow
This gives you an overview of the preparation necessary for the first time you use your camcorder with
a Windows computer. (For the preparation of a Macintosh computer, click “Chapter 6: Using with a
Macintosh computer.”)
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If you have not installed the supplied software, install it on your computer.
See “Step 1: Installing software.” <Details>
If you already installed the software according to the Operating Guide supplied with your camcorder,
you do not need to install the software again.
2
Make your computer recognize your camcorder by making a first USB connection.
See “Step 2: Connecting with a USB cable.” <Details>
From hereon when you actually use your camcorder with your computer.
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Chapter 1: Setting up for the first time
Step 1: Installing software
You need to install the software to your Windows computer to enjoy editing your recorded videos and
still images. The installation is required only for the first time.
1
Confirm that your camcorder is not connected to the computer.
2
Turn on the computer.
Log on as Administrators for installation.
Close all applications running on the computer before installing the software.
3
Place the CD-ROM in the disc drive of your computer.
The installation screen appears.
If the screen does not appear
1 Click [Start], then click [My Computer]. (For Windows 2000, double-click [My Computer]. )
2 Double-click [SONYPICTUTIL (E:)] (disc drive)*.
* Drive names (such as (E:)) may vary depending on the computer.
4
Click [Install].
5
Select the language for the application to be installed, then click [Next].
6
Click [Next].
7
Read [License Agreement], select [I accept the terms of the license agreement] when
you agree, then click [Next].
8
Select your camcorder video system, then click [Next].
9
Select where to save the software, then click [Next].
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Click [Install] on the [Ready to Install the Program] screen.
The installation of Picture Motion Browser starts.
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The following installation screens may be displayed, depending on your operating
environment. In this case, follow the instructions on the screen to install the
software.
z
z
z
z
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Sonic UDF Reader --- Software required to recognize AVCHD format discs
Windows Media Format 9 Series Runtime (Windows 2000 only) --- Software required to create
DVD video discs
Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 --- Software required to create AVCHD format discs
Microsoft DirectX 9.0c --- Software required for handling video
Make sure [Yes, I want to restart my computer now.] is selected, then click [Finish].
The computer restarts automatically.
The short-cut icons, such as [
] (Picture Motion Browser), appear on the desktop.
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Remove the CD-ROM from the disc drive of your computer.
For the information about Picture Motion Browser, visit the following URL:
http://www.sony.net/support-disoft/
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Step 2: Connecting with a USB cable
The following section describes how to connect your camcorder to a computer using a USB cable and
make the computer recognize your camcorder.
Connection image (USB cable and USB jack)
Before performing the following procedure, make sure you have installed Picture Motion Browser on
your computer. <Details>
Note that if you do not turn on the power and make the connections in the order described in the
following steps, your computer may not recognize your camcorder.
Note
z When connecting your camcorder to a computer, make sure you insert the connector in the correct direction. Do not insert
the connector forcibly as it may damage the cable or your camcorder.
Tip
z Your camcorder is compatible with Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0). You can transfer data at a faster rate using a computer
compatible with Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0). When you connect a USB interface not compatible with Hi-Speed USB (USB
2.0), the data transfer ratio will be that of USB 1.1 (USB Full-Speed).
1
Turn on the computer.
Close all applications running on the computer.
2
Connect your camcorder to a power source, and turn on your camcorder.
Use the AC Adaptor as the power source.
For operating the POWER switch, refer to the Operating Guide supplied with your camcorder.
3
Insert a recorded disc or a “Memory Stick Duo” into your camcorder.
4
Connect the USB cable to the USB jack on the camcorder firmly.
For the location of the USB jack, refer to the Operating Guide supplied with your camcorder.
5
Connect the other end of the USB cable to the USB port on your computer.
The [USB SELECT] screen is displayed on the screen of your camcorder.
The options you can select on the [USB SELECT] screen are [ COMPUTER], [
and [ PRINT].
COMPUTER],
Tip
z When the screen is not displayed, select the item from the menu. For selecting the menu, refer to the operating
instructions supplied with your camcorder.
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When using videos recorded on a disc, select [
COMPUTER]. When using ones in a
“Memory Stick Duo,” select [
When you select [
COMPUTER].
COMPUTER]
The first time you connect your camcorder to a computer and select [ COMPUTER], it takes some
time until the computer recognizes your camcorder. When the computer recognizes your camcorder,
the connection is completed and a window used to select videos to import is displayed automatically.
Note
z Depending on the status of the computer, a window that urges you to restart the computer may be displayed. In this case,
follow the instructions on the screen to restart the computer.
Tip
z If [Picture Motion Browser] is not displayed, see “Troubleshooting.” <Details>
Recommended USB cable connection
Connect your camcorder as shown in the following illustration.
z Connect the USB cable from your camcorder to the USB port on the computer and make sure no
other USB devices are connected.
z If your computer has a USB keyboard and a USB mouse as standard equipment, leave them
connected and connect the camcorder to an available USB jack with the USB cable.
Notes
z Operation is not guaranteed if you connect multiple USB devices to the computer.
z Operation is not guaranteed if you connect the USB cable to the USB port on a keyboard or USB hub.
z Make sure to connect the cable to the USB port on the computer.
z Operation is not guaranteed on all the system requirement.
To disconnect the USB cable
1 Touch [END] on the [
COMPUTER] or [
COMPUTER] screen on the LCD screen of your camcorder.
2 Click the [Unplug or eject hardware] icon on the task tray.
3 Click [Safely remove USB Mass Storage Device].
4 Click [OK].
5 Touch [YES] on the LCD screen of your camcorder.
6 Disconnect the USB cable from the computer.
To switch the media (disc/“Memory Stick Duo”)
Touch the button of media you want to switch to ([ COMPUTER] or [ COMPUTER]) in step 5 of “To
disconnect the USB cable.” Your camcorder switch to the selected media.
Notes
z Do not disconnect the USB cable while the access lamp is lit.
z Make sure to disconnect the USB cable before turning off your camcorder.
z When connecting your camcorder to a computer in [
COMPUTER], remove the USB cable according to the correct
procedure. Otherwise, files in the “Memory Stick Duo” may not be updated correctly. Also, this may cause a malfunction of
the “Memory Stick Duo.”
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Chapter 2: Importing/viewing videos and still images on a computer
Viewing an AVCHD format disc on a computer
You can view videos recorded on an AVCHD format disc using your camcorder by inserting the disc into
the DVD drive of your computer.
Notes
z When using the DVD drive of your computer to view a disc recorded with your camcorder, you must finalize the disc first.
z You must also finalize a DVD+RW disc before playing it with the DVD drive of your computer. Playing the disc without
finalizing it may cause damage.
z The DVD drive of the computer must be able to read 8 cm DVDs.
z The picture may not play back smoothly, depending on the specifications and performances of your computer.<Details>
1
Turn on the computer.
2
Insert an AVCHD format disc into the DVD drive of your computer.
Player for AVCHD starts up automatically. If the player does not start, double-click [
AVCHD) on the desktop.
Videos recorded on the disc are displayed, scene by scene, as thumbnail images.
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] (Player for
Click the thumbnail of the video you want to view.
Playback starts from beginning of the selected video.
The buttons for various operations, such as playback, volume control, and settings, appear.
To enlarge the window to full screen
Click [
]. The playback window switches to full-screen view.
To return to the standard screen view, click [
] on the playback screen.
To change the DVD drive used for playback
Click [
[OK].
] and select [Settings]. The drive-selection window is displayed. Select the drive and click
Tip
z You can view videos recorded on a disc on a computer by connecting your camcorder and a computer using a USB cable.
However, the picture may not play back smoothly because of problems with the transfer speed.
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Importing videos on a disc and still images on a “Memory Stick Duo” to a
computer
You can import videos on a disc to a computer with connecting your camcorder and a computer.
Tip
z You can import the videos recorded with your camcorder on a disc by inserting the disc into the DVD drive of your
computer. <Details>
1
Turn on the computer.
2
Connect your camcorder to a power source, and turn on your camcorder.
Use the AC Adaptor as the power source.
For operating the POWER switch, refer to the Operating Guide supplied with your camcorder.
3
Insert a recorded disc into your camcorder.
4
Connect your camcorder and a computer. <Details>
The [USB SELECT] screen is displayed on the LCD screen of your camcorder.
5
Select [
COMPUTER] on the screen of your camcorder.
The window used to select videos to import is displayed.
Scenes of videos recorded on the disc are displayed, scene by scene, as thumbnail images.
You can check the contents by playing back the selected video.
The selected scene appears in the preview box in the upper right. Preview the contents using the
playback control buttons.
Tip
z
When the window used to select videos to import is not displayed, click [
window. Or, double-click [
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] first to display the import source selection
] (import) on the desktop.
Select the video you want to import.
Click the scene thumbnail to check the box. If you want to import all the scenes, click [Select All].
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Click [Next].
The window used to select the destination folder is displayed.
You can change the destination folder for imported videos in this window.
Tip
z The default location for the destination folder is set as [My Pictures]. You can specify a folder to be imported into by
clicking [Change], registering one of the Viewed folders in the displayed window.
8
Click [Import].
The import of the selected videos starts.
To import still images on a “Memory Stick Duo” to a computer
You can import the still images on a “Memory Stick Duo” to a computer with connecting your camcorder
and a computer.
Tip
z You can import the still images recorded with your camcorder on a “Memory Stick Duo” by inserting the “Memory Stick
Duo” into the Memory Stick slot of your computer. <Details>
1 Turn on the computer.
2 Connect your camcorder to a power source, and turn on your camcorder.
Use the AC Adaptor as the power source.
For operating the POWER switch, refer to the Operating Guide supplied with your camcorder.
3 Connect your camcorder and a computer.<Details>
The [USB SELECT] screen is displayed on the LCD screen.
4 Select [ COMPUTER] on the screen of your camcorder.
The importing image window is displayed.
5 Select the drive for the images to be imported from.
6 Select the folder for the images to be imported to.
7 Click [Import].
The import of selected images to the selected folder starts.
Calendar functions
With Picture Motion Browser, videos and still images imported from your camcorder are sorted by the
date and time they were taken, and are displayed as thumbnails in calendar format.
You can also select and view images from any folder or memory device.
On destination folders
The images are imported to the date folders (named with the date imported) created in the [My Pictures]
folder in the default setting.
To import the images from the DVD drive/Memory Stick slot of your computer
You can import the videos and still images recorded with your camcorder on a disc or a “Memory Stick
Duo” by inserting the disc/“Memory Stick Duo” into the DVD drive/Memory Stick slot of your computer.
Notes
z You must also finalize a DVD+RW disc before playing it with the DVD drive of your computer.
z The DVD drive of your computer must be able to read 8 cm DVDs.
1 Turn on the computer.
2 Insert a recorded disc/“Memory Stick Duo” into the DVD drive/Memory Stick slot of the computer.
3 Double-click [
] (Picture Motion Browser) on the desktop.
[Picture Motion Browser] starts up.
4 Click [
].
The Import Images window is displayed.
The same screen can be displayed by selecting [Import Images] in the [File] menu.
5 Select [Handycam] or [Digital Still Camera (DCF format)], and then click [OK].
If you select [Handycam], the window used to select the video to be imported is displayed.
6 Follow steps 6 to 8 in “Importing videos on a disc and still images on a “Memory Stick Duo” to a computer” to import
images.
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Viewing videos and still images imported to a computer
You can browse videos and still images imported to a computer, sorted by registered folder (Folder
view), or sorted by the date and time they were taken (Calendar view).
1
Turn on the computer.
2
Double-click [
] (Picture Motion Browser) on the desktop.
[Picture Motion Browser] starts up.
3
Click [Folder] or [Calendar] on the Folder/Calendar switching tab.
When you click [Folder], a list of registered folders is displayed.
When you click [Calendar], the years and months that have videos and still images are displayed in
a list on a calendar tree.
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Click the folder, or click the year and month of videos or still images you want to
view.
When you click the folder, thumbnails of videos or still images stored in the selected folder are
listed.
When you click the year and month, a calendar is displayed. In the date box of the calendar, thumbnails of videos and still images taken on that date are displayed.
When you click the folder
When you click the month icon
Tips
• When you click a month on the yearly calendar, the calendar switches to the calendar of the selected month.
• When you click the date on a monthly calendar, the calendar switches to a time calendar for the selected date.
Thumbnails of the videos and still images taken that day are displayed, arranged according to the hour they were taken.
To enlarge a video or still image
Double-click the thumbnail.
The view image window starts up and the selected video or still image is enlarged.
When you select a video, the slider and the playback control buttons appear and playback starts. When you select a still image
When you select a video
To play images consecutively
You can select videos and still images and play them as a slide show. Here we explain the procedure
for starting a slide show by selecting videos and still images in the Calendar view.
1 Turn on the computer.
2 Double-click [
] (Picture Motion Browser) on the desktop.
[Picture Motion Browser] starts up.
3 Click [Calendar] on the Folder/Calendar switching tab.
4 Click the date when the video or still image you want to view in the slide show is taken.
A list of videos and still images taken on the selected date is displayed.
5 Select the videos or still images. The selected videos or still images are marked with a blue frame.
].
6 Click [
The selected video or still image is displayed full screen, and a slide show starts.
If you move the mouse while the slide show is playing, a setting bar for controlling the playback is displayed and you can control playback and adjust the volume.
Tip
• To select consecutive videos and still images in the image display area in the main window, click the first thumbnail, then
press and hold down [Shift] key while you click the last thumbnail. To select two or more non-consecutive videos and still
images, press and hold down [Ctrl] key while clicking thumbnails.
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Chapter 3: Editing the imported videos and still images
Editing videos
You can cut out only required video parts to save.
1
Turn on the computer.
2
Double-click [
] (Picture Motion Browser) on the desktop.
[Picture Motion Browser] starts up.
3
Click the video you want to edit in the Folder view or Calendar view. <Details>
4
Select [Video Trimming] in the [Manipulate] menu.
When you select a video in the view image window, click [
The Video Trimming window is displayed.
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] and select [Video Trimming].
Select the scene you want to set as an IN point (the beginning of the required part)
using the [
], [
], [
] buttons, or the slider, and click [Set IN point].
The selected scene is displayed in the thumbnail of [IN point].
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Select the scene you want to set as an OUT point (the end of the required part) in the
same way, and click [Set OUT point].
The selected scene is displayed in the thumbnail of [OUT point].
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After setting the points, click [Save from IN to OUT].
The Save the Video window is displayed. The edited video file will be saved with a file name
different from that of the original file name.
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Click [Save] to save the edited video.
Saving takes some time. When the saving is completed, a message is displayed. Click [OK].
Note
z When you are editing a video in AVCHD 1080i format, it may take more than 10 minutes to save the edited file.
To save a scene you select in the video as a still image
Click [Save Frame] in the Video Edit window to save the current frame as a still image. The file of the
still image is saved in the same folder as the original video.
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Editing still images
You can edit imported still images as follows. For details about the operation, refer to the Picture Motion
Browser Help.
Automatic Correction
Automatically corrects the brightness and contrast to the most suitable levels for that image.
Correcting brightness and contrast
The brightness and contrast of still images can be corrected. You can also correct only dark or light
areas.
Correcting saturation
Adjusts the saturation of pictures.
Adjusting sharpness
Emphasizes the outline of pictures.
Adjusting with the tone curve
The histogram and tone curve for the channel being displayed in the drop-down list are shown. You
can adjust the tone curve for each channel.
Red-eye Reduction
The use of a flash when photographing people can cause a red reflection in the eyes of subjects.
You can correct and remove the red-eye portion of still images.
Trimming
You can edit still images and use only the parts of the image you want.
Resizing
You can resize still images and save them to the desired folder.
Changing the date and time stamp
You can change the date and time stamp of still images in a batch.
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Chapter 4: Manipulating videos and still images
Saving videos after converting format
You can convert the format of video and audio taken with your camcorder to more versatile format.
1
Turn on the computer.
2
Double-click [
] (Picture Motion Browser) on the desktop.
[Picture Motion Browser] starts up.
3
Click the video you want to convert in the Folder view or Calendar view. <Details>
You can select two or more videos.
4
Select [Convert to MPEG-2 and Save] in the [Manipulate] menu.
The Convert to MPEG-2 and Save window is displayed.
5
Specify where to save the video file.
You can save the video file with a different file name from that of the original video file.
Tips
z When the video format is AVCHD 1080i, it can be converted to MPEG-2 with the video conversion settings. The converted
video can be used with the program which supports MPEG-2 format.
z When the audio format of the video is Dolby Digital, you can select whether to convert the audio format to MPEG audio
format with the audio conversion settings. The converted video can be used with the program which supports MPEG
Audio format.
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Click [Start].
The video file is converted and saved in the specified location.
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Manipulating still images
You can manipulate imported still images as follows. For details about the operation, refer to the Picture
Motion Browser Help.
Printing still images
You can print imported still images.
Note
z Video data files cannot be printed.
Sending still images by e-mail
You can start your e-mail software, attach still images to e-mail and send them via e-mail.
Notes
z MAPI must be enabled in your e-mail software for this feature to work. Refer to the user manual or help files of your e-mail
software for more information about MAPI.
z Video data files cannot be sent by e-mail.
Opening with external program
You can start a commercially available software from Picture Motion Browser and view images with
these programs.
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Chapter 5: Creating and copying a disc
Creating a disc with HD (High Definition) picture quality
You can create an HD (High Definition) picture quality disc with an additional menu by putting together
AVCHD 1080i format videos imported to your computer.
Tip
z The selected videos are written to the disc as they are. If there are unnecessary scenes in the video, edit it beforehand.
<Details>
Notes
z Player for AVCHD is necessary to play the created disc in AVCHD format. Or, playback equipment that supports the
AVCHD format is necessary.
z When you create an AVCHD format disc, only the videos in AVCHD 1080i format can be recorded on that disc.
1
Turn on the computer.
2
Double-click [
] (Picture Motion Browser) on the desktop.
[Picture Motion Browser] starts up.
3
Click the AVCHD 1080i format videos you want to write to the disc in the Folder view
or Calendar view. <Details>
AVCHD 1080i format videos are marked with [
].
You can select two or more videos, or select videos by folder or date.
4
Select [AVCHD Creation] in the [Manipulate] menu.
The window used to select videos is displayed.
5
Confirm the videos to be written to the disc.
Videos with checkmarks at the top right are written to the disc in the date and time stamp order. If
you want to write all the videos, click [Select All].
Tip
z
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To add more videos to the previously selected videos, select the video you want to add in the image display area of the
main window and drag and drop onto this window.
Click [Start].
The videos are written to the disc.
Tip
z You can choose to create more copies of the same disc after writing to the disc is completed.
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Creating a disc with SD (Standard Definition) picture quality
You can create a DVD Video with SD (Standard Definition) picture quality with a DVD menu by putting
together videos and still images imported to your computer.
Tip
z The selected videos are written to the disc as they are. If there are unnecessary scenes in the video, edit it beforehand.
<Details>
Note
z You can select AVCHD 1080i format video to record with SD (Standard Definition) picture quality. In this case, creating a
DVD Video takes some time, due to the format conversion required.
1
Turn on the computer.
2
Double-click [
] (Picture Motion Browser) on the desktop.
[Picture Motion Browser] starts up.
3
Click the videos and still images you want to write to the disc in the Folder view or
Calendar view. <Details>
You can select two or more videos and still images, or select videos and still images by folder or
date.
4
Select [DVD Creation] in the [Manipulate] menu.
The window used to select videos and still images is displayed.
5
Confirm the videos and still images to write to the disc.
Videos and still images with checkmarks at the top right are written to the disc in the date and time
stamp order. If you want to write all the videos and still images, click [Select All] .
Tip
z To add videos and still images to the previously selected ones, select the videos or still images you want to add in the
image display area on the main window and drag and drop onto this window.
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Click [Next].
Menu selection window of the disc is displayed.
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Select menu design and a title creation method, and enter the disc name.
Image of DVD video menu to create is displayed.
Tips
z Selecting [Each Video File] for the title making method gathers all still images automatically in one title.
z Clicking [Font] lets you select the text color of the disc name and title, etc.
z Clicking [Preview] lets you check the completion image of the DVD video to create.
z Clicking [Settings...] lets you set the various operations that take place upon the first play of a disc, video quality, and
display time for each still image in slide show.
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Click [Start].
The videos and still images are written to the disc.
Tip
z You can choose to create more copies of the same disc after writing to the disc is completed.
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Copying a disc
You can copy the images recorded on a disc to another 8 cm or 12 cm disc.
You can also back up a disc and create a disc playable on other DVD players from an AVCHD format
disc by converting it to DVD Video.
This procedure describes how to copy the images recorded on a -RW (8 cm) disc in your camcorder to
a -R (12 cm) disc in the DVD drive of your computer.
1
Turn on the computer.
2
Connect your camcorder to a power source, then turn on your camcorder.
Use the AC Adaptor as the power source.
For operating the POWER switch, refer to the Operating Guide supplied with your camcorder.
3
Insert a recorded disc into your camcorder.
4
Connect your camcorder and a computer.<Details>
The [USB SELECT] screen is displayed on the LCD screen.
5
Select [
6
Insert a blank DVD disc into the DVD drive of your computer.
7
Double-click [
COMPUTER] on the screen of your camcorder.
] (Video Disc Copier) on the desktop.
[Video Disc Copier] starts up. Copy method selection window is displayed.
8
Click [Copy the disc].
Disc copy window is displayed.
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Select your camcorder for [Source:] and the DVD drive of your computer for [Copy
to:].
The status of the drive and disc is displayed. Depending on the status, copying cannot start. Follow
the instruction to change the disc or check the drive or your camcorder.
Obtaining information from a disc in your camcorder takes time. Wait until the disc information is
displayed in the window.
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When preparations for copying are completed, click [Start].
Disc copy starts.
Tip
z You can choose to create one more same disc after writing.
To change the location for temporary files and the writing speed
On the Disc copy window, click [Settings...].
Select [Manually select a writing speed before writing to the disc] and click [OK] to specify the writing
speed each time, before writing starts.
Tip
z When you copy a -RW (8 cm) disc to a -R (12 cm) disc, approximately 1.5 GB of free space is needed on your hard disk
for temporary files. Depending on the capacity of the source disc, the free space required varies.
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Chapter 5: Creating and copying a disc
Types of discs you can use
This section explains about discs you can use for backing up a disc or creating a disc playable on other
DVD players.
The types of discs you can use (
) for copying vary by the disc type recorded with your camcorder
and the disc type used to create the disc you want to copy. For details, refer to the charts below.
When a disc is recorded with HD (High Definition) picture quality (Copy)
Destination
-R
-RW
+RW
+R
+R DL
(8 cm/12 cm) (8 cm/12 cm) (8 cm/12 cm) (12 cm) (8 cm/12 cm)
Source
-R
(8 cm)
/
/
/
/
-RW
(8 cm)
/
/
/
/
+RW
(8 cm)
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
+R DL
(8 cm)
When a disc is recorded with HD (High Definition) picture quality (Convert to DVD Video)
Destination
-R
-RW
+RW
+R
+R DL
(8 cm/12 cm) (8 cm/12 cm) (8 cm/12 cm) (12 cm) (8 cm/12 cm)
Source
-R
(8 cm)
/
/
/
/
-RW
(8 cm)
/
/
/
/
+RW
(8 cm)
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
+R DL
(8 cm)
When a disc is recorded with SD (Standard Definition) picture quality
Destination
-R
-RW
+R
+R DL
+RW
(8 cm/12 cm) (8 cm/12 cm) (12 cm) (8 cm/12 cm) (8 cm/12 cm)
-R
(8 cm)
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
+R DL
(8 cm)
/
/
/
/
-RW VR mode
(8 cm)
/
/
/
/
+RW
(8 cm)
/
/
/
/
-RW VIDEO mode
(8 cm)
Source
Notes
z You cannot copy from 12 cm disc to 8 cm disc.
z When a 12 cm disc is copied to a 12 cm disc, a +R DL 12 cm disc can be the destination only for a +R DL 12 cm original
disc.
z DVD-R DL is not supported.
z To copy a disc recorded using other than a DVD+RW disc, the disc must be finalized.
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Chapter 6: Using with a Macintosh computer
This “First Step Guide” describes how to connect your camcorder to a Macintosh computer and how to
import images from the inserted “Memory Stick Duo.” (Picture Motion Browser is not used on a
Macintosh computer.)
Connecting your camcorder and a Macintosh computer with a USB cable
Note
• The computer may not recognize your camcorder if you connect them with the USB cable before turning on your camcorder.
1
Insert a “Memory Stick Duo” into your camcorder.
2
Connect your camcorder to a power source, then turn on your camcorder.
Use the AC Adaptor as the power source.
For operating the POWER switch, refer to the Operating Guide supplied with your camcorder.
3
Connect the USB cable to the USB jack on the camcorder firmly.
For the location of the USB jack, refer to the Operating Guide supplied with your camcorder.
4
Connect the other end of the USB cable to the USB port on your computer.
The [USB SELECT] screen is displayed on the screen of your camcorder.
Tip
• When the screen is not displayed, select the item from the menu. For selecting the menu, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your camcorder. Note
• When connecting your camcorder to a computer, make sure you insert the connector in the correct direction. Do not insert
the connector forcibly as it may damage the cable or the camcorder.
5
Select [
COMPUTER] on the LCD of your camcorder.
A drive icon appears on the desktop.
To disconnect the USB cable / To turn off the camcorder / To eject the “Memory Stick
Duo”
1 Touch [END] on the [
COMPUTER] screen on the LCD screen of your camcorder.
2 Quit all applications running on the computer.
3 Drag and drop the drive icon on the desktop onto the [Trash] icon. 4 Touch [YES] on the LCD screen of your camcorder. 5 Disconnect the USB cable from your camcorder and computer. Notes
• Make sure to disconnect the USB cable before turning off your camcorder.
• If you are using Mac OS X, turn off the computer before disconnecting the USB cable and ejecting the “Memory Stick
Duo.”
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Chapter 6: Using with a Macintosh computer
Copying still images from a “Memory Stick Duo”
1
Connect your camcorder to a computer via a USB cable. <Details>
2
Double-click the drive icon. 3
Drag and drop the desired still image file onto the hard disk icon. Note
• For details on the “Memory Stick Duo” that you can use with the camcorder, refer to the operating instructions supplied
with your camcorder.
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Troubleshooting
Symptoms
When using the videos on a disc, a computer does not recognize your camcorder.
Cannot use the supplied software, Picture Motion Browser on the Macintosh computer.
Cannot view the videos on a disc in your camcorder with a computer.
You cannot view the still images recorded on a “Memory Stick Duo” on the computer.
The “Memory Stick” icon ([Removable Disk]) does not appear on the computer screen.
Picture Motion Browser does not function correctly.
An error message appears while operating Picture Motion Browser.
The video or still image or sound of your camcorder is not played on your computer correctly.
Cannot write from your computer to a disc in your camcorder.
The file transferred from the computer is not written to the “Memory Stick Duo” in your camcorder.
The playback screen is paused or distorted.
A disc cannot be played back.
The actual displayed screen or message is different from that shown in this “First Step Guide.”
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Cause and/or corrective actions
When using the videos on a disc, a computer does not recognize your camcorder.
Install Picture Motion Browser. <Details>
Disconnect the USB device other than the keyboard, the mouse, and the camcorder from the computer.
Disconnect the cable from the computer and camcorder, restart the computer, then connect them again correctly. <Details>
Cannot use the supplied software, Picture Motion Browser on the Macintosh computer.
z
You cannot use Picture Motion Browser on a Macintosh. <Details>
Cannot view the videos on a disc in your camcorder with a computer.
Make sure you insert the connector in the correct direction, then connect the USB cable to the USB jack on your camcorder
firmly.
Select [COMPUTER], then [ COMPUTER] in the menu settings of your camcorder. For selecting the menu, refer to the
operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.
Disconnect the USB device other than the keyboard, the mouse, and the camcorder from the computer. <Details>
You cannot view the still images recorded on a “Memory Stick Duo” on the computer.
z
Insert the “Memory Stick Duo” firmly.
Select [COMPUTER], then [ COMPUTER] in the menu settings of your camcorder. For selecting the menu, refer to the
operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.
The computer does not recognize the “Memory Stick Duo” during camcorder operation such as disc playback or editing.
Finish camcorder operation before connecting the camcorder to the computer.
The “Memory Stick” icon ([Removable Disk]) does not appear on the computer screen.
z
Insert a “Memory Stick Duo” into your camcorder.
Disconnect the USB device other than the keyboard, the mouse, and the camcorder from the computer. <Details>
Select [COMPUTER], then [ COMPUTER] in the menu settings of your camcorder. For selecting the menu, refer to the
operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.
The computer does not recognize the “Memory Stick Duo” during camcorder operation such as disc playback or editing.
Finish camcorder operation before connecting the camcorder to the computer.
Picture Motion Browser does not function correctly.
Close Picture Motion Browser, then restart the Windows computer.
An error message appears while operating Picture Motion Browser.
Close Picture Motion Browser on your Windows computer first, then set the POWER switch on your camcorder to another
mode.
The video or still image or sound of your camcorder is not played on your computer correctly.
z
z
If your camcorder is connect to a computer that does not support Hi-speed USB (USB2.0), the video, still image or sound may
not be played back correctly. The video, still image or sound copied to your computer is not affected.
Video playback or sound may stop temporarily depending on your computer. The video or sound copied to your computer is
not affected.
Cannot write from your computer to a disc in your camcorder.
z
z
Use recommended discs. For details, refer to the Operating Guide supplied with your camcorder.
You cannot write to the DVD drive of your camcorder from software other than Picture Motion Browser.
The file transferred from the computer is not written to the “Memory Stick Duo” in your
camcorder.
The USB cable (supplied) is not removed with the right procedure. Connect your camcorder to the computer again and
transfer the data. <Details>
The playback screen is paused or distorted.
If the recorded disc is played back in your camcorder connected to a computer, the picture may not play back smoothly,
depending on the transfer speed. Insert the disc into the DVD drive of your computer for smooth playback.
Check the recommended computer environment required to play videos recorded with HD (High Definition) picture quality.
<Details>
Close all application except Player for AVCHD on a computer.
A disc cannot be played back.
Use the supplied Player for AVCHD software to play a disc recorded with HD (High Definition) picture quality. A standard disc
player cannot be used. If other disc player software starts up when a disc recorded with HD (High Definition) picture quality is
inserted in the computer, close that software.
The actual displayed screen or message is different from that shown in this “First Step Guide.”
The screen or message may be different.
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Additional information
System requirements
For Windows users
When using Picture Motion Browser
z OS: Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Home Edition or Windows XP Professional
Standard installation is required.
Operation is not assured if the above OS has been upgraded or in a multi-boot environment.
z CPU: Intel Pentium 4 2.8 GHz CPU or faster (Pentium 4 3.6 GHz or faster is recommended.)
For processing SD (Standard Definition) picture quality content only, an Intel Pentium III 1 GHz or
faster is necessary.
z Application: DirectX 9.0c or later (This product is based on DirectX technology. It is necessary to
have DirectX installed.)
.Net Framework 1.1 (installed with Picture Motion Browser, depending on your computer
environment)
z Sound system: Direct Sound compatible sound card
z Memory: 512 MB or more (1 GB or more is recommended.)
For processing SD (Standard Definition) picture quality content only, 256 MB of memory or more is
necessary.
z Hard disk: Disc volume required for installation: Approximately 800 MB (10 GB or more may be
necessary when creating AVCHD format discs.)
z Display: DirectX 7 or later-compatible video card, Minimum 1024 X 768 dots, High Color (16 bit
color)
z Others: USB port (this must be provided as standard, Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0 compatible) is
recommended), optical disc drive (CD-ROM drive is necessary for installation)
When playing pictures recorded on a “Memory Stick Duo” on a computer
z OS: Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Home Edition or Windows XP Professional
Standard installation is required.
Operation is not assured if the above OS has been upgraded.
z CPU: MMX Pentium 200 MHz or faster
z Others: USB port (this must be provided as standard)
z If your computer has a Memory Stick slot, insert the “Memory Stick Duo” on which pictures are
recorded into the Memory Stick Duo Adaptor, then insert it into the Memory Stick slot on your
computer to copy still images to the computer.
For Macintosh users
When only copying pictures recorded on a “Memory Stick Duo” on a computer
z OS: Mac OS 9.1/9.2 or Mac OS X (v 10.1/v 10.2/v 10.3/v 10.4)
z Other: USB port (this must be provided as standard)
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Trademarks and regulations
On trademarks
“Handycam” and
are registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.
“AVCHD” is a trademark of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. and Sony Corporation.
z “Memory Stick,”
, “Memory Stick PRO,”
, “Memory Stick Duo,”
,
“Memory Stick PRO Duo,”
, “MagicGate” and
are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.
z Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential unpublished works. Copyright 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
z Microsoft, Windows and Windows Media are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
z Pentium is a trademark or registered trademark of Intel Corporation.
All other product names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective companies. Furthermore, “TM” and “(R)” are not mentioned in each case in this manual.
z
z
On copyrights
Music works, sound recording or other third party musical contents you may acquire from CDs, the
Internet or other sources (the “Music Contents”) are the copyrighted work of the respective owners
thereof and are protected by copyright laws and other applicable laws of each country/region. Except to
the extent expressly permitted by applicable laws, you are not permitted to use (including, without
limitation, copying, modifying, reproducing, uploading, transmitting or placing to the external network
accessible to the public, transferring, distributing, lending, licensing, selling and publishing) any of the
Music Contents without obtaining authorization or approval of the respective owners thereof. License of
Picture Motion Browser by Sony Corporation would not be construed as conferring to you by
implication, estoppel or otherwise any license or right to use the Music Contents.
On licenses
“C Library,” “Expat,” “zlib,” and “libjpeg” software are provided in your camcorder. We provide this
software based on license agreements with their owners of copyright. Based on requests by the owners
of copyright of these software applications, we have an obligation to inform you of the following.
Please read the following sections.
<C Library>
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B
Brightness Correction
C
Calendar view
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D
DirectX 9.0c
E
E-mail
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F
Finalize
Folder view
H
Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0)
I
Install
M
Macintosh
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MPEG Audio format
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Picture Motion Browser
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Red-eye Reduction
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S
Saturation
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Tone Curve
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USB cable
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Video Disc Copier
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