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What format does CS6 prefer from DR-HD100?
by Bob Gale on Oct 21, 2013 at 7:35:06 pm
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hi, We migrated earlier this year from Avid Liquid Chrome to Premiere Pro CS6. We still shoot SD (budgeted for HD next year) on a JVC GY-DV500 recording to a DR-HD100 DTE through DV cable. The Chrome liked AVI Type 2 files best (meaning no
DV camera and more equip for sale
by Gary Morris McBeath on Jun 1, 2013 at 8:52:25 pm
in the Classifieds, Personal Forum
For Sale: JVC GY-DV500 professional DV camera, with Canon 17x6.7 higher quality lens, 2 NP-1 IDX li-ion batteries, 2 bay charger/power supply, homemade case, JVC tripod plate. 29 drum hours, 150-200 total hours estimated. Minor cosmetic wear. A
Capture video to non firewire laptop
by Jim Heffinger on Apr 30, 2013 at 8:20:27 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
I capture live events to my laptop via Vegas Capture. I run from my camera to the laptop using firewire. My laptop is getting old, but I discovered new laptops do not have firewire. I know I can film to tape, but I still need firewire to get i
News: Miller-Bell Media Productions Relies On New JVC ProHD Camcorder For HD, SD Projects
by Cow News Droid on Aug 10, 2012 at 2:03:46 am
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Wayne, New Jersey--August 10, 2012) When Miller-Bell Media Productions, LLC (formally GIG 2 Me Music & Video) was established in 1998, co-owner Gary Bell purchased two JVC GY-DV500 professional DV camcorders, which were eventually replaced by a JVC
News: Montgomery County Media Upgrades to HD Field Production with JVC Camcorders
by Cow News Droid on May 6, 2011 at 3:34:54 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(Wayne, California--May 6, 2011) Montgomery Community Media (MCM), a nonprofit organization responsible for two PEG (Public, Education, and Government) channels serving Montgomery County, Md., has replaced its pool of DV-based EFP camcorders with fiv
Re: Do capture cards exist for multi-cam using JVC GY-DV500?
by Mike Fox on Jan 4, 2011 at 4:20:59 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
Thanks Jeffrey. I'll give one or two of those options a shot.
Re: Do capture cards exist for multi-cam using JVC GY-DV500?
by Jeffrey Carter on Jan 1, 2011 at 2:49:54 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
If the switcher has a firewire out port you could A) capture to a Firestore or similar device B) go direct into a laptop with firewire and capture to FCP live. If the switcher does not have a port, you could go composite into a MiniDV deck that ha
Do capture cards exist for multi-cam using JVC GY-DV500?
by Mike Fox on Dec 31, 2010 at 7:21:14 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
Hi. I'm preparing for a multi cam shoot using 3 JVC GY-DV500 cameras and was wondering if capture cards exist for multi cam shoots. The capture card (or device that holds one) would be connected to a Videoonics camera switcher mixer. Is there suc
Aquiring New HD Camera with a $4,000 budget - sugestions?
by Ever Giron on Nov 12, 2009 at 9:04:19 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
I'm about to purchase an HD camera, I've being shooting with a JVC GY-DV500, which gives me really good broadcast quality for TV commercials. But I wanna move to HD and have a budget of about $4,000 to invest. I was thinking going with JVC HD. Anyo
JVC GY-DV500 Camcorder Issue
by Travis Kelly on Oct 3, 2009 at 12:56:48 am
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
Ok, Here's my dilema, I recently bought a JVC GY-500 Camcorder off ebay, Received a very good deal, the camera is in great condition, with only 80 hours on it. But I keep getting the following warning: VTR WARNING (HARD) I don't want to retu
Re: Capture images with the JVC GY-DV500
by Jaime Andres Pacheco Saez on Sep 29, 2009 at 6:30:40 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
I would like to help me co the problem in my camera JVC DV500.The thing and it records perfect shade and indoor situations,But in a time now when recording in outside where there is much sunshine or bright backgrounds,Leave spots like Las a green
Re: student entry camera -- another choice?
by Dino Sanacory on Jul 13, 2009 at 12:34:40 am
in the Cinematography Forum
I have to chime in here. My suggestion? Something big and bulky with as few features as possible. Something that is awkward to carry, that needs a tripod. Something with XLR and BNC connectors. A Bolex is a chunk of steel. It doesn't have auto
Looking for my next camcorders
by Tom Galli on Apr 28, 2009 at 1:20:02 am
in the Cinematography Forum
Aloha all! I oversee a video production facility at a small college. For the past many years, I've been using JVC GY-DV500 cameras for the intermediate and advanced ENG classes. While these cameras have been outstanding, their age is starting to
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by John Plunkett on Feb 21, 2008 at 8:35:15 am
in the Forum
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Re: JVC GY DV500 Focusing
by Sedoik on Nov 9, 2007 at 3:51:28 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
As it was mentioned previously - if it works, don't touch back focus. I had this camera for 6 years. (Just sold it few weeks ago - time to adapt to HDV & HD) DV500 was a first professional DV camera with broadcast features. Everything (buttons and sw
Tally System
by compuguru on Oct 6, 2007 at 10:56:41 am
in the Live & Stage Events Forum
Hey Everyone, I'm trying to figure out what I need to setup a tally system in our studio so that the talent knows which camera is live. We have 3 JVC GY-DV500 cameras and a Panasonic AGMZ70 switcher. The switcher has a port for tally but it looks
Re: Capturing footage with the JVC GY-DV500
by timstoel on Sep 8, 2007 at 12:46:38 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
I turned off the DV device control and that seemed to solve 80% of the trouble. What I think is going on is because the DV500 doesn't have a "camera mode" and "vcr mode" like a lot of newer cameras, when you hit stop, the camera goes back into "came
Re: Capturing footage with the JVC GY-DV500
by jonj33 on Sep 8, 2007 at 10:38:17 am
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
Tim, did you ever figure out how to correct the capture problems with Vegas and the 500? I'm having the exact same problem. Have tried two JVC 500's with same loss of communication.
Re: JVC GY DV500 Focusing
by johnbilski on Aug 27, 2007 at 8:21:15 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
just a heads up dont change the back focus, unless its out of focus when you pull back. it could really be a headache if that gets screwed up. your best bet is to just get more comfortable focusing, thats the really only advice i could give.
JVC GY DV500 Focusing
by eneese on Aug 22, 2007 at 11:03:43 am
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
I recently purchased JVC GY DV500 camera. I was using the Sony VX2000. Wow, a learning curve for sure. I love this camera accept for a few things. One, no auto focus. I thought I could get the hang of using manual focus but maybe I am a slow learn
Varizoom Batteries
by Scott Robinson on Aug 3, 2007 at 8:41:13 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
I have a JVC GY-DV500 camera and I am looking for some additional batteries. We currently have 2 AB TrimPac14s and an AB Dual Charger. I want to upgrade our battery size without breaking the bank. I was wondering if anyone had experience with any
Re: Capturing footage with the JVC GY-DV500
by Justin Ferar on Mar 7, 2007 at 8:36:08 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
Tim, I don't have any experience with Vegas BUT I would just suggest capturing from another firewire device should you have access to one. That way you can see if the camera is the culprit- or- if it's Vegas that is giving you trouble. Hope this he
Capturing footage with the JVC GY-DV500
by timstoel on Mar 7, 2007 at 2:42:47 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
I have been hassling with the DV500 trying to capture footage into Vegas. Sometimes it's ok through the capture, then when I stop, it reports a "device communication error" or something, and I lose my footage. It's really odd, and not 100% predicta
Cabling
by Tony4x4 on Jun 19, 2006 at 8:01:45 pm
in the Broadcasting Forum
Hi there Me again! I have a JVC GY-DV500 camera that is plugged into a NewTek SX85 via an s-video cable of 250ft. My questions are as follows:- is their a maximum length that you can use an s-video cable? should I be using any type of signal boost
Help finding a service manual
by Michael Kellam on May 2, 2006 at 9:55:11 pm
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
Hello everyone, There doesn't seem to be any board where this post seems most appropriate, but do you know where I might be able to get a service manual for a camera that is apparently not available from the manufacturer anymore? I have an engin
Help finding a Service Manual
by Michael Kellam on May 2, 2006 at 9:54:29 pm
in the Business & Marketing Forum
Hello everyone, There doesn't seem to be any board where this seems most appropriate, but do you know where I might be able to get a service manual for a camera that is apparently not available from the manufacturer anymore? I have an engineer w
Lack of visual "depth" in HDV?
by Michael Kellam on Apr 25, 2006 at 5:05:04 pm
in the HDV Format Forum
I'm going to need to buy a new camera soon. I have known for some thime that this would be the case and I've been reading the HDV board here for a year to try to get an idea of the feasability of HDV. I've been using a higher end DV camera (JVC GY-DV
Repeating old Post of dropped frames during Dump to tape
by JonnyK on Mar 3, 2006 at 4:12:56 pm
in the Forum
Allright, to explain . . . 95% of the time when I dump to tape a program of any length, there are times that the tape goes to black for 1 - 2 seconds. This has happened with two different decks (SONY) and my JVC GY-DV500 Camera. Our Pinnacle Liquid
Re: GreenScreen Lighting Guidelines
by Phil Radelat on Feb 27, 2006 at 5:46:30 am
in the Autodesk Combustion Forum
Well, I was looking at it from the perspective of using something along the lines of a JVC GY-DV500 (or whatever it's latest ilk is), which isn't that much more expensive. The 2/3-inch chip units start getting up there, unless you use something like
Sony HVR-Z1U compatibility with imovieHD
by Howie Wowie on Dec 1, 2005 at 9:48:46 pm
in the Apple OS X Forum
I posted this on the Sony site with no luck. I've got a Sony HVR-Z1U HD camera. trying to import video into imovie HD. It will not connect. Compatibility shows the cheaper consumer version is compatible. I have a hard time believing it will not work.
Sony HVR Z1U interfacing w/ imovie HD
by Howie Wowie on Nov 30, 2005 at 6:42:41 pm
in the Sony DV Forum
I've been trying to import video from my Sony Z1U into imovieHD on a Macmini. It does not recognize it. Works fine on my JVC GY DV500. Mac help said the Sony is not on their compatible list. I'm sure someone has a solution for this...Do they? Thank
Vegas capture not recognizing interlace
by Don on Nov 14, 2005 at 4:15:25 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
I am using a JVC GY-DV500. When I capture tape from it, Vegas capture identifies the video as progressive, but it is actually interlaced, bottom field first. When I capture using a Datavideo DAC100, the video is correctly identified as being 30i, bot
Re: JVC GY HD100 & DeckLink Extreme
by cbrazell on Nov 5, 2005 at 12:47:59 pm
in the HDV Format Forum
OK, what about this. I currently use a JVC GY DV500. I really like it. I need a new camera. I was planning to get the newer JVC 5000 mini dv. But, quality wise, would I better to get the GY HD100, even though I will not use the HD any time soon? Th
Re: XL-1 Time Code Question
by Thax on Sep 26, 2005 at 11:14:08 am
in the Canon Cameras Forum
You can't set the TC in most "DV" (SP and/or LP) camcorders. (One noteable exception is the JVC GY-DV500.) Most of them always default to 00:00:00 when they detect a "blank" tape. You generally need a camcorder or deck with "DVCAM" speed to get TC s
Re: I'm looking to purchase stock footage from videographers
by 2000lux on Jul 26, 2005 at 5:51:36 pm
in the JOBS Offered - Higher Pay Forum
Hi, I treid to send you an e-mail but it got bounced back with a note saying your mailbox is full. I live in the Boston area and have a 3 chip JVC GY-DV500 DV camera. I've been working in TV and video for ten years. What kind of footage do you need
Pro JVC power problem
by Andre on Apr 22, 2005 at 3:10:09 am
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
Hi to all. I've recently acquired a JVC GY-DV500 and powered it on once. I tried to power it up a day later to find that it is dead to both battery power and external DC. The manual states that a dead LI-ION backup battery can prevent the unit
Re: Sound issue for JVC GY-DV500
by Thomas Morrissey on Mar 28, 2005 at 11:30:50 am
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
Gillen, Firstly I would rarely use the auto level control on the camera, it clamps the level quite opressively with major changes in level. Ignore the meters in the viewfinder, they're hopelessly inaccurate, aim for a level of 0dB in the main
Re: Sound issue for JVC GY-DV500
by Tobe Carey on Mar 26, 2005 at 2:24:01 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
I believe auto sets the levels to -20db on the DV500...this may read as low on your edit system...do some tests and see if manual recording will help., Tobe
Sound issue for JVC GY-DV500
by Gillen on Mar 25, 2005 at 3:00:03 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
I upgraded my Matrox system to the Rtx100. Since, my audio levels are extremely low (barely resister a waveform)when capturing from my JVC BR-DV600 deck. I set the audio to auto on the GY-DV500. Are there any adjustments to be made w/ the cam, deck,
Re: DV500 for sale in Australia
by Guy Barwood on Feb 17, 2005 at 2:14:23 am
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
Given its very light use (and the fact I really don't want to see it go but need to sell one camera if I want to move into HDV), I was hoping for about $10K inc GST, but I am open to offers. Please email me if you want to discuss (dilithium@dilith
DV500 for sale in Australia
by Guy Barwood on Jan 4, 2005 at 12:23:41 am
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
Any one in AU interested in buying a GY-DV500 please contact me (dilithium@dilithium.com.au) for price etc: JVC GY-DV500 Body with VMount Battery Mount Canon KRS YH16x7 16x Lens JVC VF-P115BE Viewfinder Hard Carry Chassis (modified Sony Case)
Audio dropOuts
by Pete on Dec 27, 2004 at 2:02:28 am
in the Sony DV Forum
I tried importing video via firewire using my PD-150 and my VX2000. Ive used these cameras before and all was fine. Problems began when importing video from a client that uses old tape and records in SLP. Now any tape I import using these cameras
Re: Secret uncompressed header inside JVC GY-DV500
by Lou Bruno on Dec 23, 2004 at 12:05:34 am
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
Heres a quote from the HDV forum: "The downconverted SD composite image looks like our D-9 DY90U broadcast camera. Really nice little camera." Be careful of artifacting and lag within panning of scenes. Lou Bruno
Re: Secret uncompressed header inside JVC GY-DV500
by Scott Jensen on Dec 21, 2004 at 9:34:35 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
I wasn't referring to the secret service menu. The orignal thread discussed an actual point in hardware where uncompressed video could be tapped. Anyway its actually a bit of a moot point for me now as I've sold my DV500, based on other users
Re: Secret uncompressed header inside JVC GY-DV500
by Mitch Gross on Dec 20, 2004 at 5:13:58 am
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
I think you have this confused with the "secret" service menu. Hold down the MENU button by the rear timecode controls and at the same time push the LOG button (under the flap on top with the VTR controls). The resulting menu will be considerably l
Secret uncompressed header inside JVC GY-DV500
by Scott Jensen on Dec 15, 2004 at 9:41:10 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
Can't remember in which forum I saw it...but people were talking about a "header" inside the DV500 where one could tap into uncompressed video. There was some mention of a firewire interface. Anyone know anyting about this?
Re: Capture Problems
by Pete C on Oct 14, 2004 at 1:17:00 am
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
These have all been new projects. As I stated in my first post the video goes in with no problems... when I use the JVC Gy-Dv500. It doesnt matter which camera(Vx2000, PD-150, JVc Gy-Dv500) recorded the video. As long as I use the JVC to capture,
Re: Capture Problems
by Pete C on Oct 14, 2004 at 1:15:14 am
in the Apple Final Cut Pro Forum
These have all been new projects. As I stated in my first post the video goes in with no problems... when I use the JVC Gy-Dv500. It doesnt matter which camera(Vx2000, PD-150, JVc Gy-Dv500) recorded the video. As long as I use the JVC to capture,
Re: Selling my JVC GY DV500
by Lou Bruno on Oct 9, 2004 at 11:34:43 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
Benny, Take some 000 steel wool and lightly rub the paint off the handle. It actually looks better once the darker GREY undercoat is exposed.
Re: JVC GY-DV500 firewire?
by Tim Kolb on Oct 5, 2004 at 2:45:06 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
[Laura] "Would someone tell me if a JVC GY-DV500 manufactured in May 2000 has firewire capabilities? If so, what are they? Would this camera be a good/decent choice to shoot an indie feature?" The camera creates very good images. The VTR section
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