JVC - With DVD Recorder
Connection with Everio Easy DVD-Video disc creation without using a PC; Connection with HD Everio Easy HD data disc creation to DVD-R DL without using a PC; Connection with HD Everio Easy JPEG data disc creation without using a PC; Direct connection with Everio via USB2.0 high-speed interface; DVD burning operation can be controlled by Everio; Can also be used as a standard DVD burner with your PC; Full HD data playback to Monitor via HDMI cable; DVD Video and JPEG data playback; Interfaces incl... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your JVC CU-VD40 photo ]
JVC CU-VD40 - Instruction Manual Digital Camcorder & Video Recorder, size: 4.8 MB
JVC CU-VD40us-cu-vd40 Instruction Manual
User reviews and opinions
|franzge||11:01pm on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010|
|I dislike this product because it promised so much and lead to disappointment. Since new purchased to compliment JVC EverioHD7 video camera. Will not accept DVD-R discs of any brand. I purchased one along with the video camara for easy access to recording trips and both of the dvd recorded that I have had has only worked twice.|
|ssm||12:15pm on Monday, October 11th, 2010|
|This product works great. No problems with disk error messages. Great for backing up your data until you can process. I have had the Everio G for a year now. I had tried many ways to figure out how to get my movies on CD. I asked around.|
|mechx||11:53pm on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010|
|I just pruchased a Sony Bravia HD television and high def camcorder only to find out there is no way to record my memories to high def DVD format usin...|
|are803||1:48pm on Wednesday, July 21st, 2010|
|"First unit I purchased was defective in that it would not recognize a disk. I purchased a second unit and had the same problem. "We bought this for our physical education classes and it worked fine, but there was one major flaw. It is quick and simple, and easy to do. However.|
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Graveur de DVD
Grabador de DVD
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
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.
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This burner enables DVDs of videos recorded with the JVC Hard Disk Camera to be created without using a PC.
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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 : CU-VD40U Trade Name : JVC Responsible party : JVC AMERICAS CORP. Address : 1700 Valley Road Wayne, N. J. 07470 Telephone Number : 973-3175000 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.
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
(For owners in the U.S.A.)
Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the users 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.
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.
(For owners in Canada)
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.
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 numrique de la classe B est conforme 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.
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.
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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.
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:
EN FR ES
Wipe dirt off with a dry cloth.
Wipe off dirt with a soft dry cloth.
Gently wipe from the inner edge to the outer edge with a soft cloth.
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.
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 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.)
Do not play the provided CD-ROM with an audio player. Doing so may damage the circuits or speakers.
JVC accepts no liability whatsoever for loss of data resulting from inappropriate connections or handling.
Safety Precautions for Discs
Do not use the following discs. Cracked discs Deeply scratched discs
Duplicating copyright protected material, for other than personal use, without the permission of the copyright holder is prohibited by copyright law.
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
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.
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.
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Enjoy High Definition Images Copied to DVDs!
Copying to DVD
Audio/Video cable (provided)
B Select the desired copy method.
The following 6 methods of copying are available. Methods of copying Types of copy operation 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. The date for videos created from playlists will be the same as the date the DVD is created. GZ-HD7U instruction manual
0Page 48 0Page 48 0Page 49 0Page 49 0Page 49 0Page 49
Copy all (NORMAL BACK-UP)
Copy only favorite scenes (SELECT BACK-UP)
C Copy to DVD.
For details on finalizing, refer to pages 48 to 50 of the GZ-HD7U instruction manual. Time taken for copying will be long if there are a large number of files.
DVD 5 DVD(DL) 3 EXECUTE EXECUTE AND FINALIZE CANCEL
Select and set on EXECUTE AND FINALIZE.
Additional recordings are not possible after finalizing.
To add new recordings
Select and set on EXECUTE instead of EXECUTE AND FINALIZE. 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 Disconnect the USB cable and turn off this burner. B Connect the burner to the TV. To view high definition images, connect using an optional HDMI cable or component video cable.
B Play back.
A Turn on the burner. 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. The following screen appears.
E Play back. For details on playback, refer to page 15 of this instruction manual.
When a disc cannot be ejected
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.
Creating Data/DVD Video Discs
CAUTION: 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. When there is a disc in the burner, do not subject the Everio camera or burner to vibration or mechanical shock. PREPARATIONS: Power/Mode switch (Everio camera) : On Power switch (This burner) : On
Force eject hole
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.
PREPARATIONS: Power switch (This burner) : Off PC Power : Off
USB cable (provided for the Everio camera)
USB PC USB
For details on how to save, refer to the Power2Go Users guide, Help and ReadMe. You can view Users guide, Help and ReadMe from the start menu of the PC. 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. To get customer support and to register the software, you need the following product key (CD-Key): PXNVM-NWE4G-XQD9Q-CU9DX-3FQFN-NAKUS Power2Go 5.5 Lite does not support conversion of audio files to MP3 format. When the Enter Activation Key screen appears while using Power2Go 5.5 Lite, close the screen without entering the activation key.
Removing USB Cable from PC
a Carry out removing of hardware on the PC. b Remove the USB Cable.
DC Power cord (provided) AC adapter (provided for the burner)
Computers That Can Be Used
CyberLink Power2Go 5.5 Lite can be used on computers satisfying the following conditions.
Operating system: Windows XP Home Edition [XP] (pre-installed) Windows XP Home Professional [XP] (pre-installed) Connector: USB 2.0/1.1 connector If you use USB1.1 cable, it will take approximately 3 hours to write one DVD. CPU: Intel Pentium III, at least 800 MHz (Intel Pentium 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
Language English French / Spanish URL/e-mail address http://www.cyberlink.com/english/cs/support/new_site/support_index.html goCyberlink@aixtema.de
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This shows the folder configuration when files are saved from a high definition Everio camera or a PC to DVD.
Root Back-up date folders Video folders
When video/still image files are saved from high definition Everio camera
[BACKUP] NORMAL BACK-UP (Everio : ALL SCENES)
[DATE] DATE BACK-UP (Everio : SELECT FROM DATE) [EVENT] EVENT BACK-UP (Everio : SELECT FROM EVENT) [FILES] FILE BACK-UP (Everio : SELECT FROM SCENES) [PLAYLIST] PLAYLIST BACK-UP (Everio : SELECT FROM PLAYLIST)
Back-up date folders
Still image files
[EVERIO_S]*1 EVERIO IMAGE
[BACKUP] NORMAL BACK-UP
[DATE] DATE BACK-UP
[FILES] FILE BACK-UP
*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..... *2 Only high definition Everio video files (.TPD files) Root edited on the PC can be saved in the EXTMOV folder.TPD files can also be saved in folders created on the PC. *3 Create folders with Power2Go and saved the desired Video files to be edited video and/or still image files into the folders. You can use your preferred folder names and file names. (Shown as [EXTMOV] *2, 4 [MOV_0001.TPD] *5 EVERIO VIDEO USER DAT in the illustration.) *4 Use Power2Go to save the EXTMOV and USER DAT folders to DVD. (0P12) [MOV_0002.TPD] *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 Video/Still image files format (extension) (0P25).)
[USER_DAT]*3, 4 [USER_DAT2] [USER2.MPG] *5
When desired folders/files are created and saved on a PC
CAUTION: 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. 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
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. 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.
D Select NORMAL BACK-UP.
NORMAL BACK-UP DATE BACK-UP EVENT BACK-UP FILE BACK-UP PLAYLIST BACK-UP
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)
A Insert a disc. B Select PLAY VIDEO.
E Select the date saved in DVD.
F Select the folder to be played.
The playback navigator appears.
NUMBER OF FILE
PRG003 PRG004 PRG005
C Select EVERIO VIDEO.
1. SELECT 2. CONFIRM
1. 6. 2 006
PRG006 PRG007 PRG008 1/8
The files in the folder will be played sequentially. For details on playback operations, refer to Buttons that can be used during playback (0P16).
To playback videos saved from a PC, select EDITED VIDEO. (0P14) If you had created a desired folder on a PC, select that folder name. CAUTION: Check the resolution setting if the image is not displayed. (0P19)
CAUTION: There will be an approximately 0.5 seconds still image between each file. 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 During video playback During still image playback Pressing the button during pause or variable Starts a slideshow. speed playback will play the video. You can also use the [ENTER] button. You can also use the [ENTER] button. Stops the playback and displays still images. Stops the slideshow and displays still images. You can also use the [ENTER] button. You can also use the [ENTER] button. Stops the playback and returns to the playback navigator. 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. Pressing the [FWD] button changes the search to Search a1. Slow reverse cannot be performed. Pressing the button each time changes the search from Search a1 to Search a5. 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. Displays the beginning of the folder. 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. Displays the beginning of the file.
C Select EVERIO IMAGE.
EVERIO IMAGE USER_DAT
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: Check the resolution setting if the image is not displayed. (0P19)
NORMAL BAC K-UP DATE BACK-U P FILE BACK-UP
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Viewing DVD Videos Saved from Everio Camera
1. Remove the USB cable. (0P12) 2. Turn off the power of this burner. 3. Connect to TV and power on this burner. Confirm that the power lamp on the burner is lighted in orange. For details on connections, refer to Connecting to TV (0P9, 10). CAUTION: Check the resolution setting if the image is not displayed. (0P19) NOTE: A music CD cannot be played when a TV is connected.
Displaying menu screen during playback
A Insert a disc. B Play the video.
The video plays back or a menu screen appears.
C When the menu screen appears,
select a menu item.
Exiting menu screen
..... Button names PLAY PAUSE STOP During DVD video playback Pressing the button during pause or variable speed playback will play the video. Pauses the playback. Stops playback. Pressing the button each time changes the search from Search b1 to Search b5. Pressing the [FWD] button changes the search to Search a1. Slow reverse cannot be performed. Pressing the button each time changes the search from Search a1 to Search a5. 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.
PREVIOUS Moves to the previous chapter. 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. 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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Trouble General Cannot turn the power on. The burner or AC adapter is hot. After pressing the power button, it takes approximately 20 seconds before the burner becomes operable. Malfunction or error occurs. Saving The Everio camera is not recognized. The PC is not recognized. 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. Make sure the USB cable provided for the Everio camera is connected properly. A disc cannot be ejected by pressing the eject button if data is being written to the disc. Wait until writing finishes. 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) Insert the disc with the label facing up. Make sure the disc tray is not dirty. Make sure the writing surface of the disc is not damaged. Make sure that special-shaped discs are not used. Any CD that does not comply with standards such as the CD-DA standard (copy-control CDs) cannot be played. For CD-R or CD-RW, make sure it is not recorded using the packetwrite method. Make sure an appropriate disc is being used. (0P25) Use discs recommended for the burner. (0P26) Make sure that a new disc is used for DVD-R. Insert the disc with the label facing up. Make sure the disc tray is not dirty. Make sure the writing surface of the disc is not damaged. Make sure that special-shaped discs are not used. 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.) Make sure an appropriate disc is being used. (0P25) Use discs recommended for the burner. (0P26) Make sure a proper standard disc is being used. (Writing/reading at maximum speed may not possible if non-standard discs are used.) Remove the batteries, insert them again and operate the remote control. Replace with new batteries. Operation may be prohibited due to the disc or other conditions. 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.) Make sure the AC adapter and power cord are connected properly. This is not a malfunction. If the burner is abnormally hot, remove the AC adapter and consult the dealer from which you purchased the burner. This is not a malfunction. Cause/Action
Turn the burner off, and then turn it back on again.
Cannot open the disc tray.
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). Playback The remote control is not working.
Unable to operate.
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Cause/Action Is the video input displayed? Change to external output for the burner connected to a TV with video/audio input connectors. 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) Check the resolution setting again. (0P19) Images may be distorted for sections where the playback speed changes. This is not a malfunction. Play the disc of which the region number of the DVD video is ALL or 2. Images added to the disc (multi-border disc) by PC cannot be played on this burner. The file size is too large or there are too many files. This is not a malfunction. This is not a malfunction.
No images on the TV.
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.
Trouble UNREADABLE DISC Cause/Action A blank disc is inserted. Insert a disc that can be played on the burner. (0P25) The disc may be dirty. Clean the disc and try again. 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.) Stop the playback and operate again. Connect the burner to a HDCP compliant monitor. Make analog connection and set resolution to 480i or 480p. (0P19) The data format is not compatible. Confirm the data format. (0P25) 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.) File data may be missing.
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
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.... 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
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 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. 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: When a DVD-R disc is finalized, additional recordings to the disc are not possible. In addition, the disc cannot be formatted (initialized). 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.
.... 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)
.... Compatible discs DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW Data format (extension) DVD data discs that are created using high definition Everio camera DVD data discs that are created using Everio camera 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.) Following are the file extensions recognized by this burner. (It is not guaranteed that the following file extensions can be played back.) When connected to an Everio camera: TOD, JPG When connected to a PC: MOD, TPD, JPG 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)
.... 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")
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Component video output Y p-p : 1.0 V 75 & (Pin jack) CB/CR, PB/PR p-p : 0.7 V 75 & (Pin jack) HDMI output 19-pin HDCP compliant Video :480p / 1080i / 720p (Compatibility with DVI-D is not guaranteed) Audio : 2CH PCM/Bit stream CAUTION: Discs other than those stated above, and commercially available DVD videos cannot be played back properly.
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 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 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.
.... Interface USB2.0 Interface cable USB cable (Mini type A b Mini type B) 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 Recording format Everio : DVD video (video only) High definition Everio : Data DVD (video, still image) Recording time Everio : Approx. 30 minutes (including time taken for finalization) 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) 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.) GZ-MC100, GZ-MC200, GZ-MC500, GZ-MG40, GZ-MG50, GZ-MG70 cannot be used.
When connected to an Everio camera
.... Interface USB2.0, USB1.1 *1 Interface cable USB cable (USB cable provided for the Everio camera can also be used.) Supported operating systems Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional (Macintosh is not supported.) Data buffer capacity 2 MB Data transfer rate (for USB2.0) Writing DVD-R : Maximum 8x DVD-R DL : Maximum 4x DVD-RW : Maximum 4x
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Enjoy high definition images copied to DVDs!
Copying to DVD
B Select the desired copy method
The following 6 methods of copying are available.
Methods of copying
Audio/Video cable (provided)
C Copy to DVD
GZ-HD7 instruction manual k Page 48 For details on finalizing, refer to pages 48 to 50 of the GZ-HD7 instruction manual. Time taken for copying will be long if there are a large number of files.
Types of copy operation Copy all images shot.
Copy all (NORMAL BACKUP)
Copy only newly shot images. Search and copy by date.
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Select and set on AEXECUTE AND FINALIZEB.
Additional recordings are not possible after finalizing.
Copy only favorite scenes (SELECT BACK-UP)
Search and copy by scenes. Search and copy by events. Copy using playlists.
To add new recordings
Select and set on AEXCUTEB instead of AEXECUTE AND FINALIZEB. Discs that are not finalized cannot be played back on PC or CU-VD40. To play back, connect as shown in the diagram on the left, and refer to pages 48 to 50 of the GZ-HD7 instruction manual.
The date for videos created from playlists will be the same as the date the DVD is created.
Viewing Images Copied to DVD on the TV
B Play back
A Turn on CU-VD40.
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
D Press the open/close (M) button to close the tray.
The following screen appears.
E Play back.
For details on playback, refer to page 15 of the CU-VD40 instruction manual.
Before erasing data from GZ-HD7
Confirm that the data has been copied to DVD before erasing.
PLAY VIDEO PLAY IMAGE
A Disconnect the USB cable and turn off CU-VD40. B Connect CU-VD40 to the TV.
To view high definition images, connect using an optional HDMI cable or component video cable.
B Press the open/close (M) button to eject the tray. C Insert a finalized disc.
Connection with Everio Easy DVD-Video disc creation without using a PC; Connection with HD Everio Easy HD data disc creation to DVD-R DL without using a PC; Connection with HD Everio Easy JPEG data disc creation without using a PC; Direct connection with Everio via USB2.0 high-speed interface; DVD burning operation can be controlled by Everio; Can also be used as a standard DVD burner with your PC; Full HD data playback to Monitor via HDMI cable; DVD Video and JPEG data playback; Interfaces include USB2.0, HDMI, component and AV terminals.
|Product Type||DVD recorder|
|Media Type||CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, CD, DVD-R DL|
|Recordable Media||DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-R DL|
|Additional Features||JPEG photo playback|
|Connector Type||1 x HDMI ( 19 pin HDMI Type A ) 1 x USB 2.0 1 x component video output ( RCA phono x 3 ) 1 x composite video/audio output ( RCA phono x 3 )|
|Power Device||Power adapter - external|
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