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pcvan 1:30am on Thursday, October 28th, 2010 
This camera is a great go everywhere digital dream. Small footprint, no tapes, decent still capabilities. 16:9 apect ratio recording. I bought this camera solely on its high specifications and the novelty of using files instead of tapes. High quality Mpeg2, compact, light. Quality of Picture Small Size Navigation No Remote No Cover for LCD
Netwaves 12:17am on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010 
A Superb little machine I just want to tell you that this wonderful little gadget should be in every household. Slightly flawed genius I looked around when looking for a camcorder in November 2005 (to coincide with the birth of our first baby).
umehlig 11:20pm on Friday, September 10th, 2010 
The MC500 uses three entirely separate sensors that respond independently to red, green and blue light. Because of this colour separation. JVC GZ-MC500 uses black design, the appearance of measuring only 118 Ã- 80 Ã- 55mm, weight 330 grams, with a 3 1/4.5 inch, 1.
apksr 11:29pm on Sunday, August 29th, 2010 
The still shot picture quality of adequate in normal lighting. I am disappointed in the camcorder piece of the everio.
Jpage 4:13pm on Friday, August 13th, 2010 
I really like the MC-500 for being compact and stylish. Unfortunately I think its technology is way ahead of its time. this cam really make me happy that i no more carry such a big camcoder it tiny 3ccd cam that i ever had .
chaumess 1:39pm on Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010 
Slightly flawed genius I looked around when looking for a camcorder in November 2005 (to coincide with the birth of our first baby).
Roach 6:17pm on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 
This extremely compact, nicely designed camera should please technophiles who want both photo and video capabilities and can afford to splurge.
Vladislav 5:54pm on Sunday, May 9th, 2010 
I cant undestand the last comment... Obviously he had gota lemon... This camera has *very* good quality and i am very happy with it. 5 for web use, 0 for TV = 5 out of 10. Do not expect quality from this camcorder unless you re-size the videos and photos to 320x240.
asd123 2:53pm on Friday, April 9th, 2010 
HIGH DEF SCREW ON LENS? GCM C 500 PALMCORDER
I bought this little jewel at a PX in Germany and paid only 300 us new, the salesman apparently had no idea of how exp it was,... GCM C 500 PALMCORDER I bought this little jewel at a PX in Germany and paid only 300 us new, the salesman apparently had no idea of how exp it was.
markem 12:27am on Sunday, March 14th, 2010 
An extremely compact, nicely designed three-chip camera that records decent MPEG-2 video and stills. This extremely compact.

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ENGLISH

SOFTWARE INSTALLATION AND USB CONNECTION GUIDE

LYT1425-001A

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Contents

JVC SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT. 2 Notice for Users.. 6 System Requirements.. 7 Software Installation.. 9 Connections... 11 Viewing the Contents of a Recording Medium.12 Copying Files to the PC.. 14 Playing Back Files on the PC. 14 Copying Edited Files back to Camera. 15 Disconnecting the USB cable. 15 Users Guide/Help/Readme.. 17 Subsidiary Information.. 18 Creating DVDs and Writing Video Files Back to Camera.. 18 How To Create DVDs simply. 21
JVC SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT IMPORTANT
TO CUSTOMERS: PLEASE MAKE SURE TO READ THIS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR USING THE SOFTWARE PROGRAM NAMED DIGITAL PHOTO NAVIGATOR (Program) ON YOUR PC.
The right to use the Program is granted by Victor Company of Japan, Limited (JVC) to You only on the condition that You agree to the following. Should You not agree to the terms hereof, You may not install or use the Program. HOWEVER, INSTALLING OR USING THE PROGRAM INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

1 COPYRIGHT; OWNERSHIP

You acknowledge that all copyrights and other intellectual property rights in the Program are owned by JVC and its licensor, and remain vested in JVC and such licensor. The Program is protected under the copyright law of Japan and other countries, and related Conventions. (1) Subject to the conditions of this Agreement, JVC grants to You a nonexclusive right to use the Program. You may install and use the Program on a HDD or other storage devices incorporated in Your PC. (2) You may make one (1) copy of the Program solely for your personal backup or archival purposes.

2 GRANT OF LICENSE

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3 RESTRICTION ON THE PROGRAM
(1) You may not reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, revise or modify the Program, except to the extent that expressly permitted by applicable law. (2) You may not copy or use the Program, in whole or in part, other than as expressly specified in this Agreement. (3) You have no right to grant a license to use the Program, and may not distribute, rent, lease or transfer the Program to any third party or otherwise let them use the Program. JVC warrants that any media in which the Program is embodied are free from any defects in materials and workmanship for a period of thirty (30) days from the date of Your purchasing any our products accompanying the Program. JVCs entire liability and your exclusive remedy in connection with the Program shall be replacement of such defective media. EXCEPT FOR THE EXPRESS WARRANTIES STATED HEREIN AND TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, JVC AND ITS LICENSORS DISCLAIM ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IN REGARD TO THE PROGRAM AND THE ACCOMPANYING PRINTED MATERIALS. SHOULD THERE BE ANY PROBLEM ARISING FROM OR CAUSED BY THE PROGRAM, YOU SHOULD SETTLE ALL SUCH PROBLEM AT YOUR OWN COST AND EXPENSE.

5 LIMITED LIABILITY

4 LIMITED WARRANTY
TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, IN NO EVENT SHALL JVC AND ITS LICENSORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF ACTION WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE THE PROGRAM, EVEN IF JVC HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. YOU WILL INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS JVC FROM ANY LOSS, LIABILITY OR COST ARISING OUT OF OR IN ANY WAY CONNECTED TO CLAIMS FROM ANY THIRD PARTY RELATING TO THE USE OF THE PROGRAM. This Agreement will become effective on the date when You install and use the Program on Your machine, and continue to be in effect until the termination under the following provision. Should You breach any provision of this Agreement, JVC may terminate this Agreement without giving any notice to You. In this event, JVC may claim against You for any damages caused by Your breach. Should this Agreement be terminated, You must immediately destroy the Program stored in Your machine (including the erasing from any memory in Your PC), and no longer own such Program.

Take care not to soil or scratch the mirror surface (opposite to the printed surface). Do not write anything or put a sticker on either the front or back surface. If the CD-ROM gets dirty, gently wipe it with a soft cloth outward from the center hole. Do not use conventional disc cleaners or cleaning spray. Do not bend the CD-ROM or touch its mirror surface. Do not store your CD-ROM in a dusty, hot or humid environment. Keep it away from direct sunlight.
You can find the latest information (in English) on the provided software program at our world wide web server at http://www.jvcvictor.co.jp/english/global-e.html
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Notice for Users

Use of this software is authorized according to the terms of the software license.
When contacting the nearest JVC office or agency in your country about this software (refer to the JVC Worldwide Service Network at http://www.jvc-victor.co.jp/english/worldmap/index-e.html), please fill out the following and have the appropriate information ready. Product Name Model Problem Error Message Manufacturer Model PC CPU OS Memory Available Hard Disk Space MB MB Desktop Laptop
Please note that it may take some time to respond to your questions, depending on their subject matter. JVC cannot answer questions regarding basic operation of your PC, or questions regarding specifications or performance of the OS, other applications or drivers.

CyberLink

For details of CyberLinks technical support service, refer to the Readme of each software or the following list. To access Readme, refer to Users Guide/Help/Readme ( pg. 17).
Region Europe 1 Europe 2 US/Canada Asia & Pacific 1 Asia & Pacific 2 Asia & Pacific 3
Location Germany (aixTeMa) Europe area other than Germany US
Phone# Fax # +49-700-462-92375 +49-241-70525-25
Web support.gocyberlink.com support.gocyberlink.com
Language German / French / English English English Korean Mandarin / English English

+1-510-668-0118

support.gocyberlink.com www.gocyberlink.co.kr support.cyberlink.com.tw support.gocyberlink.com support.gocyberlink.com
+82-31-716-8386 South Korea +82-31-718-5173 +886-2-8667-1298 Taiwan +886-2-8667-1300 Australia & New +61-7-3870-4900

Zealand (Manacom)

+61-7-3870-9440
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System Requirements

8 Digital Photo Navigator
The following requirements must be satisfied to connect a camera to a PC and to use Digital Photo Navigator. OS : Windows Millennium Edition [Me] (pre-installed), Windows 2000 Professional [2000] (pre-installed), Windows XP Home Edition [XP] (pre-installed), or Windows XP Professional [XP] (pre-installed) : Intel MMXTM Pentium, at least 200 MHz : At least 64 MB : At least 40 MB for installation, at least 500 MB recommended : USB 1.1/2.0 connector : Must be capable of displaying 800 x 600 dots with 16-bit color : Internet Explorer 5.5 or later
CPU RAM Free hard disk space Connector Display Miscellaneous
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8 CyberLink DVD Solution

The following requirements must be satisfied to use CyberLink DVD Solution. OS : Windows Millennium Edition [Me] (pre-installed), Windows 2000 Professional [2000] (pre-installed), Windows XP Home Edition [XP] (pre-installed), or Windows XP Professional [XP] (pre-installed) : Intel Pentium III, at least 700 MHz (Intel Pentium 4, at least 2 GHz recommended) : At least 128 MB (at least 256 MB recommended) : At least 350 MB for installation For creating DVD Video, at least 10 GB recommended For creating VCD, at least 1 GB recommended : USB1.1/2.0 connector : Must be capable of displaying 1024 x 600 dots : Internet Explorer 5.5 or later DirectX 9.0 or later : DVD-Video: DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/+RW DVD-VR: DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM VideoCD: CD-R/RW For the compatible DVD/CD burners, refer to CyberLink web site: http://www.gocyberlink.com/english/products/powerproducer/ 2_gold/comp_dvd_drives.jsp
CPU RAM Free hard disk space
Connector Display Miscellaneous Supported media
DirectX is necessary so that CyberLink DVD Solution works properly and it is automatically installed during CyberLink DVD Solution installation.
The system requirements information above is not a guarantee that the provided software will work on all personal computers meeting those requirements. Windows is either registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Other product and company names included in this instruction manual are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

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Software Installation

Follow the procedure described below to install the software. From the [SETUP] screen in step 2, you can install the following drivers or software. Quit any other software you are using. (Check that there are no other application icons on the status bar.)
1 Load the provided CD-ROM into the PC.
From the [SETUP] screen, you can install the desired software. If the [SETUP] screen does not appear, doubleclick the CD-ROM icon in the [My Computer] window.
After a moment, the [SETUP] screen appears.
2 Click [Install] on the right side of the
desired software and follow the on screen instructions to complete the installation. The installation of the selected software starts. The procedure differs depending on the software.
Digital Photo Navigator 1.0
This application is used to organize still images and convert them into a variety of formats.

CyberLink DVD Solution

PowerProducer 2 Gold NE PowerProducer 2 Gold NE is software for creating movie discs incorporating not only video but also slideshows. This software uses a simple wizard format for creating a wide range of different format discs. You can also edit imported video. You can import video from the camera, edit it, and then create a slideshow from still images. You can create a customized menu for the video or slideshow and write the contents to DVD or other media. PowerDirector Express NE PowerDirector Express NE is software for easily editing MPEG, AVI, and other video files, still images, and other contents for creating a movie. This software has an interface that allows editing in either timeline or storyboard mode, maintains superior image quality, uses SVRT for high-speed rendering, and has a host of other advanced video editing features. PowerDVD 5 NE PowerDVD 5 NE is software for playing back DVD-Video and video files.
Following steps are the example of CyberLink DVD Solution.
3 Click [Install] on the right side of
[CyberLink DVD Solution] on the [SETUP] screen. [Choose Setup Language] screen appears.
4 Select the desired language and click [OK].
If [Information] screen for Windows Messenger appears, see NOTES: on pg. 11.
The [CyberLink DVD Solution Setup] screen in step 5 appears.
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5 Click [Next].

8 Click [Next].
[License Agreement] screen appears.
[Setup Type] screen appears.

6 Click [Yes].

9 Select the program(s) you want to install,

then click [Next].

[Customer Information] screen appears.
7 Confirm your information and click [Next].
It is possible to change the information.
[Setup Status] screen appears. Wait for a moment until the installation is finished and [Setup Complete] screen appears.
10 Click [Finish] then restart the PC.
[Choose Destination Location] screen appears.

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Install all of the desired software in the same way. To display [SETUP] screen, double-click the CDROM icon in the [My Computer] window.

Connections

Connecting the USB cable
Connect the USB cable to copy still image, video files and voice files in a recording medium to the PC.

NOTES:

Even if PowerDirector/PowerProducer/PowerDVD have already been installed on the PC: Video files captured with this camera can only be handled on the provided software. Please install and use the provided software (PowerDirector Express NE, PowerProducer 2 Gold NE, PowerDVD 5 NE). If PowerDirector/ PowerProducer/PowerDVD have already been installed, uninstall them before installing the provided software. If you perform installation of a software that is already installed, uninstallation will start. In this case, perform the installation again after uninstallation is finished. Windows Messenger has to been closed during CyberLink DVD Solution installation. If it is running during installation, [Information] screen appears.
To USB connector Camera USB cable To USB connector
1 To assure safety, make sure all units are
To close Windows Messenger: 1) While holding [Ctrl + Alt] key, click [Delete] key so that [Task Manager] appears. 2) Click [Processes] tab. 3) Select [msmsgs.exe]. 4) Click [End process]. turned off before making any connections.
2 Use the USB cable to connect the camera

to the PC.

It is recommended to use the AC Adapter as the power supply instead of the battery pack. When the USB cable is connected, turning on or off the camera causes malfunctions of the PC. If you connect the camera to the PC through a USB hub, compatibility issues between the hub and the PC may result in instability in the operation of the PC. If this happens, connect the camera directly to the PC, not through the hub. Do not use an extension USB cable.

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Viewing the Contents of a Recording Medium 1 Make sure that there is a recording

medium in the camera.

When using Windows Me/2000: 1 Double-click the [My Computer] icon on the desktop. The [Removable Disk] icon which represents the recording medium in the camera appears in the [My Computer] window. 2 Double-click the [Removable Disk] icon.
2 Set the camera's power switch to the
playback mode while pressing down the lock button located on the switch. The camera turns on.
3 Connect the camera to the PC with a USB
cable. ( pg. 11) On the cameras LCD monitor [USB] appears.

4 When using Windows XP:

The [Removable Disk] window appears on the PCs screen after a moment. Select [Open folders to view files using Windows Explorer] and click [OK].
5 The folders in the recording medium
appear. Different file types are stored in different folders.
If the [Removable Disk] window does not appear, confirm the connection ( pg. 11) or perform the steps 1 and 2 ( pg. 12). Voice files Video files Still images DPOF setting data
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Folder structure within the recording medium Video files: Stored in the [PRGxxx] folder (where xxx is a number), within the [SD_VIDEO] folder. Still image files: Stored in the [xxxJVCSO] folder (where xxx is a number), within the [DCIM] folder. Voice files: Stored in the [xxxJVCMC] folder (where xxx is a number), within the [DCVC] folder.

Recording medium

[DCIM]

[DCVC]

[SD_VIDEO]

[EXTMOV]

[DCIM]: Contains folders with still images (JPEG) (extension.jpg) [DCVC]: Contains folders with voice (WAVE) files (extension.wav) [SD_VIDEO]: Contains folders with video (MPEG2) files (extension.mod) [EXTMOV]: Contains video (MPEG2) files produced on a PC (extension.mpg (pg.15)) [MISC]: Contains folders with DPOF setting data A Still image file folder
B Voice file folder C Management information for the media as a
D Management information E Video file F Management information for the video file G Video file produced on a PC

3 Select the folder to be copied, and then drag and drop that folder in the destination folder.

Voice files

Use the Windows MediaTM Player (version 6.4 or later). You can download the Windows MediaTM Player from the Microsoft web site at: http://www.microsoft.com/
When playing back a file in the recording medium on your PC, copy the file to your PC, and then play it back. If video file is played back directly from recording medium (i.e. the camera is connected through USB to your PC), it may be not played back properly due to the inadequate processing speeds or other problems.
To copy still images: Copy the folder within the [DCIM] folder. To copy video files: Copy the folder within the [SD_VIDEO] folder. To copy voice files: Copy the folder within the [DCVC] folder. The ACCESS lamp on the camera lights or blinks, and the folder is copied from the recording medium to the PC.
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Copying Edited Files back to Camera
To use the camera to play back video files (MPEG2 files, with the extension ".mpg") which have been edited using the provided software, change the file name to "MOV_xxxx.mpg" (where xxxx is a number) and move it to the [EXTMOV] folder. ( pg. 13) The following video files cannot be played back on the camera: Files which do not have correct file names Files which are not in MPEG2 format Files prepared on any application other than the provided software Edited files which were not produced on a JVC Digital Media Camera Also, be sure to turn off the SVRT function when editing the video files using PowerDirector Express NE. (Do not check the checkbox [Use SVRT to save rendering time].)
Disconnecting the USB cable
Before loading or unloading recording mediums or turning off the PC, first disconnect the USB cable and turn off the camera.
1 Confirm that the ACCESS lamp on the
camera does not light or blink.
If the ACCESS lamp lights or blinks, wait until it is turned off before proceeding.
2 Double-click the [Safely Remove Hardware]
or [Unplug or Eject Hardware] icon in the status bar.
The [Safely Remove Hardware] or [Unplug or Eject Hardware] dialog box appears. Windows XP: If not, wait a while then go to step 5.

How to play back video files from the [EXTMOV] folder on the camera
On the index display of video files, press the recording start/stop button to display "MPG" on the screen. After that, follow the usual operation for playback. However, the forward/reverse skip search, frame-by-frame playback and playlist functions are not available.
3 Select [USB Mass Storage Device] or [USB
Disk], and then click [Stop].

Windows 2000/XP

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Windows Me

* The model name depends on the connected camera.
5 Disconnect the USB cable. 6 Set the cameras power switch to off.
The [Stop a Hardware device] dialog box appears. The camera turns off.

4 Click [OK].

Windows 2000/Me: If a message indicating that the device can be safely removed appears, click [OK] and then click [Close].
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Users Guide/Help/Readme

This manual only refers to software installation and PC connection. For more details of each software, refer to its users guide/help/Readme.
Following steps are the example of CyberLink PowerDirector Express NE.
1 Click [Start], go to [All Programs] or
[Programs] [CyberLink PowerDirector Express], and then click Users Guide/Help/ Readme depending on your preference.

INFORMATION

The programs in CyberLink DVD Solution are versions with limited functionality. The User's Guide and Help files are written for the commercial version available in stores. For information about the differences with the commercial version, see the Readme file or the following web site: http://www2.cli.co.jp/ products/ne/ for the respective program.
The Users Guide is included on the CD-ROM in PDF format. Right-click the CD-ROM icon in [My Computer], then click [Open]. Double-click the [Docs] folder, then double-click the [PhotoNavi] folder. Open the "Start.pdf" file and click the button of the desired language. Note that Adobe Acrobat ReaderTM or Adobe Reader must be installed to read PDF files. Adobe Reader can be loaded from Adobes web site: http://www.adobe.com/
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Subsidiary Information

Creating DVDs and Writing Video Files Back to Camera
(Main unit) Digital Media Camera Video (recording media)

USB transfer Write back

Create DVD without title

Create DVD with title

View edited video with camera
Edit video PowerDirector Express NE
Select [Produce a Disc] *1, 2

Select [Create a File (GZ-MC Series)] *4, 5
Select [Create a File (GZ-MC Series)] *4, 8, 9
Create DVD PowerProducer 2 Gold NE Create DVD *3 Create DVD *3, 6, 7
View PowerDVD 5 NE View DVD View DVD

DVD player

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A brief procedure is presented below for using CyberLink DVD Solution to edit video files that were shot with the camera and create a DVDVideo, transfer the edited videos to the camera, and then play back the videos in the camera. (1) Copy the video files on the media to the PC. (2) Start PowerDirector Express NE. (3) Import the copied video files in the PowerDirector Express NE library. (4) Drag and drop the videos from the library to the timeline/storyboard in the playback order. (5) If necessary, edit the videos on the timeline/ storyboard. (6) Click [Produce] on the main panel to open the [Produce] screen. (7) Select [Produce a Disc], and then click [Next]. (8) Select [DVD Format] and click [Next]. *1,2 ( pg. 20) (9) Click [Start] to create the file. (10)After the completion of video file creation, PowerProducer 2 Gold NE starts automatically. (1) Load a blank DVD media into the recordable DVD drive. *3 ( pg. 20) (2) Click []] in the [Import/Capture Content] screen of PowerProducer 2 Gold NE. (3) Remove the check mark for [Include Menu] in the [Preview] screen, and then click []]. (4) Insert a check mark for [Burn to disc] in the [Final Output] screen, and then click [ ] to create the DVD-Video.
(1) Copy the video files on the media to the PC. (2) Start PowerDirector Express NE. (3) Import the copied video files in the PowerDirector Express NE library. (4) Drag and drop the video files that you want to edit from the library to the timeline/ storyboard. (5) Edit the videos on the timeline/storyboard. (6) Click [Produce] on the main panel to move to the [Produce] screen. (7) Click the [Create a File (GZ-MC Series)] and then click [Next]. (8) Click the [Choose the format you want to make] in the [Produce] screen and click [Next]. *4, 5 ( pg. 20) (9) Clicking [Start] starts creation of the video file. After the completion of video creation, click [Home]. (10)If there are other video files to edit, repeat steps (3) to (9). (1) Load a blank DVD media into the recordable DVD drive. *3 ( pg. 20) (2) Start PowerProducer 2 Gold NE. (3) Click [Produce Movie Disc]. (4) Select [DVD] in the [Select Your Disc] screen to select the [Video quality], and then click []]. *6 ( pg. 20) (5) Click [Video files] in the [Import/Capture Content] screen. (6) Select the video file that you want to make into a DVD from the [Open] dialog box, and then click [Open]. (7) Place the imported thumbnails into the desired playback order on the storyboard, and then click []]. (8) In the [Preview] screen, insert a check mark for [Include Menu], and then click []] on the screen. *7 ( pg. 20) (9) Insert a check mark for [Burn to disc] in the [Final Output] screen, and then click [ ] to create the DVD-Video.

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(1) Copy the video files on the media to the PC. (2) Start PowerDirector Express NE. (3) Import the copied video files in the PowerDirector Express NE library. (4) Drag and drop the videos that you want to edit from the library to the timeline/ storyboard. (5) Edit the videos on the timeline/storyboard. (6) Click [Produce] on the main panel to move to the [Produce] screen. (7) Click the [Create a File (GZ-MC Series)] and then click [Next]. (8) Click the [Choose the format you want to make] in the [Produce] screen and click [Next]. *4, 8 (9) Clicking [Start] starts creation of the video file. After the completion of video creation, click [Home]. (10)If there are other video files to edit, repeat steps (3) to (9). (11)Copy the created video file to the camera, and change the name of file. *9 The video MOD file of the camera can be viewed using one of the methods below. (1) Drag and drop the MOD file to the PowerDVD 5 NE icon. (2) Start PowerDVD 5 NE, and then drag and drop the MOD file to the screen window. (3) Start PowerDVD 5 NE, and then click [ ] on the operation panel, select [Open media files] from the pull-down menu, and then add the MOD file that you want to play to the play list for playback.
*1 If the video is [ULTRA FINE], [FINE], or [NORMAL], select [High Quality NTSC (or PAL) DVD]. If the video is [ECONOMY], select [Long Play NTSC (or PAL) DVD]. Encoding is not performed on unedited video, and high-speed processing is performed at the original image quality. *2 Insert a check mark for [Use SVRT to save rendering time]. The minimum required encoding is performed, and high-speed processing is performed while keeping the original image quality. Insert a check mark for [After production, make disc in PowerProducer]. ]PowerProducer 2 Gold NE starts automatically. *3 Before using PowerProducer 2 Gold NE, be sure to load a blank DVD media into the recordable DVD drive. Processing will stop if no blank DVD media is loaded. *4 Select the same recording mode as the edited video. If you don't know the recording mode of video, select [ULTRA FINE]. *5 Insert a check mark for [Use SVRT to save rendering time]. The minimum required encoding is performed for the edited scenes, and highspeed processing is performed while keeping the original image quality. *6 The correlation between the modes in PowerDirector Express NE and PowerProducer 2 Gold NE is shown below. Usage in the mode corresponding to the video is recommended if possible. PowerDirector Express NE ULTRA FINE FINE NORMAL ECONOMY PowerProducer 2 Gold NE HQ XP SP EP

*7 To modify the menu, click [Customize Menu] of [Actions]. *8 Turn off the SVRT function when playing back the file on the camera after editing. (Do not check the checkbox [Use SVRT to save rendering time].)
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*9 A defaultxx.mpg file is created, and the title files are saved. Be sure to remember the file name and storage location. The video can be written back to the camera media. To play back the created video file in the camera, copy the video file into the [EXTMOV] folder in the camera media, and then change the file names to the names below.
How To Create DVDs simply
1 Connect the camera to the PC with the
USB cable, or remove the removable hard disk from the camera and connect it to the PC using the card reader. Copy the video file folder (ex. PRG001) in the recording medium to the PC.
"SD_VIDEO" folder

EXTMOV

MOV_0001.mpg MOV_0002.mpg : MOV_9999.mpg

PRG001 folder

2 Start PowerDirector Express NE and click
[Load a media folder] of the import button, then select the folder copied to PC in step 1 to register it to the library.
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3 Drag and drop the videos from the library
to the timeline/storyboard in the playback order. If necessary, edit transition or title on the timeline/ storyboard. Click [Produce] button after finish editing.
4 Select [Produce a Disc], and then click

[Next].

5 Select [DVD Format] and click [Next].

(Example of transition)

If the video is [ULTRA FINE], [FINE], or [NORMAL], select [High Quality NTSC (or PAL) DVD]. If the video is [ECONOMY], select [Long Play NTSC (or PAL) DVD]. Encoding is not performed on unedited video, and high-speed processing is performed at the original image quality. Insert a check mark for [Use SVRT to save rendering time]. The minimum required encoding is performed, and high-speed processing is performed while keeping the original image quality. Insert a check mark for [After production, make disc in PowerProducer].
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6 Click [Start] to create the file. After the

completion of video file creation, PowerProducer 2 Gold NE starts automatically.
9 Remove the check mark for [Include Menu]
in the [Preview] screen, and then click []].
7 Load a blank DVD media into the

recordable DVD drive.

10 Insert a check mark for [Burn to disc] in the [Final Output] screen, and then click [Burn] to create the DVD-Video.
8 Click []] in the [Import/Capture Content]
screen of PowerProducer 2 Gold NE.
For Create DVD without title and Create DVD with title, refer to Creating DVDs and Writing Video Files Back to Camera. ( pg. 18). For more details for creating a DVDs, refer to the users guide of PowerDirector and PowerProducer installed on the PC. ( pg. 17)
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Printed in Japan M5S7 0405HOH-AL-VP
2005 Victor Company of Japan, Limited

 

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