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JVC HD-50U and Avid, FCP

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If you are editing 720p material and are looking for a new deck to input and output your HDV material look no further than the JVC BR-HD50U. I just recently purchased this deck and I am very satisfied. It has a built in output/cross-converter, enables output not only of 720p signals, but also 1080i, 480/576p and 480/576i signals. Plus, thanks to switchable HDV and DV recording mode functionality along with DVCAM playback, you'll have no problems adding this recorder/player to your existing editing system. The BR-HD50U can record HDV format 720/30p/25p/24p, 480/60p or 576/50p video and DV format 480/60i and 480/24p video. A big 8-digit LED display on the front panel displays time code, user bits and VTR status. The built-in time code generator provides preset, rec run and regen time codes. The DV 20x search function (100x max. in the FF or REW mode) and the HD 8.5x forward search function (6.5x in reverse), provides super-fast access to any desired point on the tape. On-screen menus, Systematic, easy-to-understand menu screens simplify setting and operation procedures. Menu setting can be done using either the buttons on the front panel.

I highly recommend this deck and I am fully satisfied with it's functions. If you need to understand the full HDV workflow then checkout this article.

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