User manual HITACHI DZ-GX5020A
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Manual abstract: user guide HITACHI DZ-GX5020A
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] DZ-GX5080A DZ-GX5020A/DZ-GX5000A DVD-RAM
Toobtain the best performance and ensure years of trouble-free use, please read this entire instruction manual.
Manual de instrucciones
Para obtener el mejor funcionamiento y asegurar muchos aos de utilizacin exenta de problemas, lea todo este manual de instrucciones.
Des performances optimales et un fonctionnement long terme seront assurs en appliquant les prsentes instructions aprs avoir entirement lu ce mode d'emploi.
For Your Safety
The power switch turns the DVD video camera/recorder on and off, leaving the date/time feature unaffected. If the camera/recorder is to be left unattended for a long period of time, turn it off.
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, USE THE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES ONLY. WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, BE SURE TO USE THE SPECIFIED AC ADAPTER/ CHARGER (DZ-ACS3).
The DVD video camera/recorder and AC adapter/charger have the following caution marks.
CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
Identifications of caution marks This symbol warns the user that uninsulated voltage within the unit may have sufficient magnitude to cause electric shock. [. . . ] Create a play list first, and then arrange the scenes ["CREATING NEW PLAY LIST (CREATE)", p. 90].
DIRECTING SCENES EFFECTIVELY (EFFECT FADE)
You can add fading to the beginning and/or end of scene. There are three types of special effects:
Fade Out Fade Out Fade Out
Fade In White: Fades in from white screen Fades out to white screen
Fade In Wipe: Fades in from black screen to vertical direction of screen Fades out from vertical direction of screen to black screen
Fade In B/W: Fades in from Black and White screen to color screen Fades out from color screen to Black and White screen
1 Press the DISC NAVIGATION button. 4 Choose, "Scene", "Effect", "Fade" and then
press the A button.
7 Press the C button to quit.
The "[" and/or "]" icon(s) will appear in the scenes for which fade in and/or fade out have been set.
5 The "Fade" screen will appear: If you are sure
you want to add the fade effect to the scene, press the A button. If you want to change the scene to which fade is added, you can change it on this screen.
6 Select the special effects for "IN" and/or
"OUT", choose "Enter", and then press the A button. You can use f/e to move the cursor to "IN", "OUT", "Enter" or "Cancel". Use d/c to choose the effect to be added, and then press A to set the effect. If you choose "Enter" and press A, the "Fade" screen will be restored after a message appears. Repeat steps 5 and 6 to add fade to other scenes.
Note: If a disc on which fade has been set on scene with this DVD video camera/recorder is played on a DVD reorder/player, or the scene is captured into a PC, the set fade will not be reflected (see Note on page 74).
PLAYING BACK BY SKIPPING SCENES (EFFECT SKIP)
You can specify "Skip" for scenes you do not want to play back: The selected scenes will be skipped. 4 Choose "Scene", "Effect", "Skip", and then
press the A button.
6 Press the C button to quit.
A skip icon " " will appear in the thumbnail of any scene for which skipping has been set.
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5 The "Set Skip" screen will appear: If you are
sure you want to skip the selected scene, press the A button. If you want to change the scene to be skipped, you can change it on this screen. Repeat step 5 to set skipping of other scenes.
Perform the same procedure as setting skip: The skip icon will disappear and skipping of the scene will be released.
Note: Multiple scenes can be selected for skipping (p. If you press the MENU button before pressing the A button in step 5, the submenu screen will appear (p. If a disc on which skip has been set on scene with this DVD video camera/recorder is played on a DVD reorder/player, or the scene is captured into a PC, the set skip will not be reflected (see Note on page 74).
CHANGING IMAGES FOR THUMBNAILS (EFFECT THUMBNAIL)
Normally, the first image of the recorded scene is displayed as a thumbnail: You can choose another image of the scene for thumbnail. If you set a vivid image to thumbnail, you can know what you recorded from a glance at the Disc Navigation screen.
1 Press the DISC NAVIGATION button. 2 Select the thumbnail of the scene to be
3 Press the MENU button. 4 Choose "Scene", "Effect", "Thumbnail", and
then press the A button.
5 The "Change Thumbnail" screen will appear:
If you are sure you want to change the thumbnail of the selected scene, press the A button: The selected scene will be played back. If you want to change the scene whose thumbnail is to be changed, you can change it on this screen.
Note: If you press the MENU button before pressing the A button in step 5, the submenu screen will appear (see page 78). Since the scene to which skipping is set cannot be played back, you will not be able to change its thumbnail: Release the skip setting of the scene to change the thumbnail. If a disc on which thumbnail has been set with this DVD video camera/recorder is played on a DVD reorder/player, or the scene is captured into a PC, the set thumbnail will not be reflected (see Note on page 74).
6 When the image you want to use as the
thumbnail of the scene appears, press the SELECT button.
7 The screen for verifying switching of
thumbnail will appear: Choose "YES", and then press the A button. After Yes or No setting, the "Change Thumbnail" screen will be restored. Repeat steps 5 7 to change the other scenes.
8 Press the C button to quit.
COPYING STILLS ON DVD-RAM DISC TO CARD (COPY)
1 Set the power switch to "O" or "N". [. . . ] Ubiquitous Platform Systems Division DVD Products VCR Products CAMCORDER Products AC ADAPTER CHARGER
90 DAYS LABOR (Carry-in) 1 YEAR PARTS (Except Battery)
For information concerning repairs, operation, technical assistance or for referral to the location of your nearest Authorized Service Facility or Parts Distributor, call: 1-800-HITACHI (1-800-448-2244)
Conditions of Hitachi Limited Warranty
These Hitachi Products are warranted to be free of defects in parts and workmanship at the time of purchase by the original owner. If this product is found to be defective, Hitachi will repair or replace defective parts at no charge to the original owner. Parts used for replacement are warranted for the remainder of the original Limited Warranty period. For 90 days from the date of original purchase, Hitachi will provide labor for the repair or replacement of defective parts without charge, subject to the following conditions: 1. [. . . ]
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