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Basic - Panasonic AJ-HD1400E Operating Instructions Manual

Panasonic digital hd video cassette recorder operating instructions aj-hd1400p, aj-hd1400e
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Setup menus
(continued)
SYSTEM (continued)
No./Item
Description of setting
25
For selecting the system frequency.
For details, refer to "Procedure for shifting the system
SYSTEM
frequency" (page 31).
FREQ
0000
59/60 :
The 59.94 Hz or 60 Hz system frequency is
selected.
0001
50i/25P :
The 50 Hz or 25 PsF system frequency is selected.
At this setting, the 1080/25 PsF format signals can
be recorded and played back in the same way as
with the 1080/50i format.
0002
23/24 :
The 23.98 Hz or 24 Hz system frequency is
selected.
0003
25(HD) :
The 25 Hz system frequency is selected. However,
black signals are output from the SD SDI output
and analog composite connectors.
0004
25(SD) :
The 25 Hz system frequency is selected. However,
black signals are output from the HD SDI output
and analog component connectors.
0005
50(HD) :
The 50 Hz system frequency is selected. However,
black signals are output from the SD SDI output
and analog composite connectors.
0006
50(SD) :
The 50 Hz system frequency is selected. However,
black signals are output from the HD SDI output
and analog component connectors.
1
For selecting the output whose HD output phase is to
26*
be advanced by 90H in relation to the SD output.
HD SYS H
0000
0H :
ADV
Both the HD and SD signals are output in phase
with the HD and SD REF output signals.
0001
90H :
The HD signals are output at a phase advanced by
90H from the SD output signals.
When the SD REF signal is input, the REF input
and SD output are in-phase, and when the HD REF
signal is input, the REF input and HD output are
inphase.
<Notes>
The audio signals and TC signal are output in
phase with the HD output.
With the 720p format, there is a phase difference of
120H between them.
*1 Displayed menus may vary depending on the settings in
menu No. 25 SYSTEM FREQ. For details, refer to
"Menus which are displayed" (page 32).

BASIC

No./Item
Description of setting
001
For setting the operable buttons on the front panel
when the REMOTE/LOCAL switch is set to
LOCAL
"REMOTE."
ENA
0000
DIS :
None of the buttons can be operated.
0001
ST&EJ :
Only the STOP and EJECT buttons can be
operated.
0002
ENA1 :
All of the buttons with the exception of COUNTER
and RESET can be operated.
0003
ENA2 :
All of the buttons can be operated.
1
For setting how the time is to be displayed on the CTL
002*
counter display.
TAPE TIMER
0000
±12h :
12-hour display
0001
24h :
24-hour display
003
For setting the remaining time on the tape for the
respective connectors and the superimposed
REMAIN SEL
indications of the total length of the tape.
0000
OFF :
No displays are superimposed.
0001
2L :
The remaining tape time is displayed on the
second line.
0002
1L :
The remaining tape time is displayed on the first
line.
0003
R/TTL :
The remaining tape time is displayed on the first
line and the total tape duration on the second line.
<Note>
The information will not be displayed when "2L" or "R/
TTL" is set and TIME is selected as the menu item
No.006 DISPLAY SEL setting.
005
For setting the superimposing of the displays onto
various connectors.
SUPER
0000
OFF :
The displays are superimposed onto none of the
output connectors.
0001
CMPST :
The displays are superimposed onto the analog
composite output.
0002
CMPNT :
The displays are superimposed onto the HD
analog component output.
0003
SDSDI :
The displays are superimposed onto SD SDI OUT.
0004
HDSDI :
The displays are superimposed onto HD SDI OUT.
0005
CPS&SD :
The displays are superimposed onto the analog
composite output and SD SDI OUT.
0006
CPN&HD :
The displays are superimposed onto the HD
analog component output and HD SDI OUT.
<Notes>
The information will not be displayed when the
SUPER switch is OFF.
1394 output is according to Menu No. 899 DIF
SUPER.
If the 23.98/24 Hz, 25 Hz (HD), or 50 Hz (HD)
mode is selected in menu No. 25 SYSTEM FREQ,
no super is displayed on the analog composite
output and the SD SDI output.
If the 25 Hz (SD) or 50 Hz (SD) mode is selected,
no super is displayed on the analog component
output and the HD SDI output.
"_____" indicates the factory setting.
37

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