Updating the firmware in the gy hd100
We highly recommend that you base your Avid Liquid installation on a Windows XP installation that is as fresh and “clean” as possible.•Import the latest Service Packs and drivers for the components used (mainboard BIOS, graphics card, sound chip).Windows XP Service Pack 2 must be installed.•To achieve optimal performance, always defragment the hard disk(s) before and after installation and occasionally thereafter (see the Windows manual).•If possible, select different hard disks for AV media data and Avid Liquid software installation. Lens "breathes" too strong: Unfortunately, many go test reports in German newspapers barely a video on it.
Your old drivers can even be backed up and restored in case any problems occur.On the other hand the manual says I should be fine with this setting: I also thought about updating the deck's firmware. model_id=MDL101540&feature_i d=17Unfortunately it doesn't say anything about version number or release date. Anyway, as you both seem to confirm my settings I will have to try an update.As mentioned I can't update atm, next chance is on monday when I get an external monitor. It looks like it did some very stupid mistake: I tried to capture tapes recorded with my Sony HV30 camcorder. But in fact they are 1080i and I cannot change the HV30's settings. Capturing tapes recorded with my JVC GY-HD100 works perfectly now.The Driver Update Utility for JVC devices is intelligent software which automatically recognizes your computer’s operating system and Camera model and finds the most up-to-date drivers for it. The Driver Update Utility downloads and installs your drivers quickly and easily.You can scan for driver updates automatically with the FREE version of the Driver Update Utility for JVC, and complete all necessary driver updates using the premium version.