Native File Recording
Record footage directly in ready-to-editQuickTime
MOV files, the native file format of Apple’s Final Cut Pro
—simply drag the filesinto the timeline and start editing. Alternatively,you can record MP4 files that are compatiblewith all major editing systems.The GY-HM100E is the first of a new generation of memory card camcorders designed to integrate seamlessly into the videoproduction workflow. Native support for Apple’s QuickTime™ file format means that you can bring footage into Final CutPro™ for editing directly without file conversion: no delays and absolutely no loss of quality. MP4 support means that youcan edit your files on most major editing systems with the same astonishing quality. With low-cost media and a lightweight,compact body, you have a handheld camcorder that meets the needs of enthusiasts and professionals alike.
Reliable, Low-Cost Media
The GY-HM100E uses standard, inexpensive andwidely available SDHC Class 6 memory cards.These cards are small, light, robust and reliable,and can be read by your computer using anystandard card reader.
Encoding video at higher bit-rates means just onething: a higher quality picture. The 35 Mbps datarate used by the GY-HM100E is significantlyhigher than most other handheld camcorders andresults in beautifully rich,broadcast-standard HD images.
Until now, the camcorder has often beenthe main obstacle to achieving a smoother,more streamlined production workflow.Getting footage into a file format that yourediting system could understand was atime consuming and laborious process.With Native File Recording, your footage isready to edit the moment it's shot.
JVC Makes it Possible
Final Cut Pro
At Last, a Pro Camcorder that Speaks theSame Language as Your Editing System
Ready-to-edit MP4 files are compatible with every major editingsystem plus the world’s first native support for Final Cut Pro™
The GY-HM100E is truly an engineeringmarvel. Weighing only 1.4 kg, this super-compact camcorder can be heldcomfortably with one hand. Go-anywhereportability makes this the ideal choice forlocation shooting in even the most difficult ofenvironments.243