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PC-less Archiving using Exclusive DVD Burners

By connecting HD Everio directly to an optional CU-VD50 or CU-VD3 SHARE STATION, you can burn AVCHD discs from all three models, or MPEG-2 data discs from the GZ-HD40/HD30 to make backups and permanent archives of selected scenes in any desired order with just a few simple steps.

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AVCHD & MPEG-2 Dual Format Capability

World’s First

In addition to AVCHD and MPEG-2 archiving, CU-VD50 also offers direct playback of both types of HD content to a connected TV. Both AVCHD DVDs and MPEG-2 data discs can be burned on readily available affordable blank DVD media. With the AVCHD DVDs you make, you can enjoy the added benefit of playback on any AVCHD-compatible Blu-ray player, complete with thumbnail display for easy content selection.


AVCHD & MPEG-2 Dual Format Capability [World’s First]

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Direct HD Archiving

Direct HD Archiving

Just connect to the CU-VD50/VD3 via USB2.0 and you can archive your HD video files on DVD discs without using a PC. Thanks to HD Everio’s USB host function, simply follow the instructions on HD Everio’s LCD and you’re done.


With CU-VD50 or CU-VD3

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Direct HD Playback

Direct HD Playback

Simply load a created disc and you can enjoy powerful HD video on HDTV. No PC required.


With CU-VD50
With CU-VD3

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Useful Functions for Archiving and Viewing

Intelligent Grouping Function

World's First

The more you record, the more critical “search“ functions become. In addition to the usual file listings and date search, HD Everio also offers the world’s first Intelligent Grouping function. This groups similar scenes together based on the time of recording, interval between recordings and duration of recording, providing faster and easier access to desired scenes.


Intelligent Grouping Function


Digest Playback (for AVCHD DVD)

World's First

Digest Playback is possible with AVCHD DVDs created using HD Everio and CU-VD50/VD3. This function automatically selects highlight scenes from among the recorded content using our proprietary algorithm and plays back what looks like a “coming attractions“ trailer for a movie. 60 minutes of footage is condensed into 5 minutes of highlight scenes. Now you can quickly get an idea what’s on the disc.

Digest Playback (for AVCHD DVD)


Playlist

With the Playlist function, you can select the scenes you want in the order you want internally at the camera. Programme your favourite scenes, in the order you like for playback or for archiving to DVD.

Playlist


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Creative Solution with PC

Creative Solution with PC

For those who wish to edit and archive using their PCs, HD Everio comes supplied with full-fledged software. Blu-ray disc compatible applications let you store AVCHD and MPEG-2 Full HD content with full impact.


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CyberLink BD Solution For Windows®

for Windows®

All the tools needed for editing and playback of Full HD content, as well as storage on DVD and Blu-ray disc.*


PowerCinema™

PowerCinema™ NE for Everio

for HD file browsing, playback, backup, and copy.

PowerDirector™ 6 NE

PowerDirector™ 6 NE

for advanced HD video editing.


PowerProducer™ 4 NE

PowerProducer™ 4 NE

for easy AVCHD / BD-MV / BD-AV / DVD-Video disc authoring.

PowerDVD™ 7 NE

PowerDVD™ 7 NE

for playback of AVCHD discs.


* Blu-ray disc drive is required for burning a Blu-ray disc.

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QuickTime Component for Everio For Mac

for Mac

For Macintosh users, the GZ-HD40/HD30 also come with a plug-in that allows HD Everio’s MPEG-2 files to be used with Apple iMovie HD 6 and Final Cut Pro 5 or 6.

For all models including GZ-HD10, AVCHD files can be used with Apple’s AVCHD applicable software without a plug-in for the Macintosh.


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Direct Data Backup to PC

One-button easy!

Data archiving has never been easier. Just press the DIRECT BACK UP button, and data that has not yet been backed up can be transferred to a PC automatically.


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