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Tape Protect; Time Code - Panasonic AJ-HD1400E Operating Instructions Manual

Panasonic digital hd video cassette recorder operating instructions aj-hd1400p, aj-hd1400e
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Setup menus
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TAPE PROTECT

No./Item
Description of setting
400
For setting the time to be taken before the unit is set
in the tape protection mode when it is left standing in
STILL TIMER
the STOP or STILL status.
(Units: S = seconds, min = minutes)
0000
0.5S
0001
5S
0002
10S
0003
20S
0004
30S
0005
40S
0006
50S
0007
1min
0008
2min
<Note>
When a DV, DVCAM or an unused tape is used, or a
DVCPRO HD/DVCPRO50/DVCPRO tape is used in
the EE mode, any setting above 2 (10S) will result in
a setting time of 10 seconds.
401
For setting the operation to be performed in the tape
protection mode when the unit is left standing in the
SRC
STILL status (JOG/VAR/SHTL).
PROTECT
0000
STEP :
STEP FWD
0001
HALF :
STANDBY OFF (HALF LOADING)
<Note>
When STEP FWD is selected, the unit is
automatically transferred to the standby OFF (half
loading) mode when the unit is left standing in the
STOP mode for a total of 30 minutes (or 1 minute for
DV or DVCAM tape).
402
For setting the cylinder operation in the standby OFF
(half loading) mode.
DRUM
0000
OFF
STDBY
The cylinder stops rotating.
0001
ON
The cylinder continues to rotate.
403
For setting the operation to be performed in the tape
protection mode when the unit is left standing in the
STOP
STOP status.
PROTECT
0000
STEP :
STEP FWD
0001
HALF :
STANDBY OFF (HALF LOADING)
<Note>
When STEP FWD is selected, the unit is
automatically transferred to the standby OFF (half
loading) mode when the unit is left standing in the
STOP mode for a total of 30 minutes (or 1 minute
for DV or DVCAM tape).
"_____" indicates the factory setting.

TIME CODE

No./Item
Description of setting
1
For setting whether to output the VITC signal at the
500*
position which is set using menu items No.501 VITC
VITC BLANK
POS-1 and No.502 VITC POS-2.
0000
BLANK :
The VITC signal is not output.
0001
THRU :
The VITC signal is output.
<Note>
This setting takes effect only with the SD output
(analog composite output and SD SDI output).
1
2
For setting the position where the VITC signal is to be
501*
*
inserted.
VITC POS-1
<525 mode>
0000
10L
:
:
0006
16L
:
:
0010
20L
<Notes>
The same line as the one selected by menu item
No.502 VITC POS-2 and No.692 UMID POS
cannot be selected.
This setting takes effect only with the SD output
(analog composite output and SD SDI output).
1
2
For setting the position where the VITC signal is to be
502*
*
inserted.
VITC POS-2
<525 mode>
0000
10L
:
:
0008
18L
:
:
0010
20L
<Notes>
The same line as the one selected by menu item
No.501 VITC POS-1 and No.692 UMID POS
cannot be selected.
This setting takes effect only with the SD output
(analog composite output and SD SDI output).
1
For setting the synchronization of the internal time
503*
code generator.
TCG MODE
0000
SW :
When the TCG switch on the front panel is set to
REGEN or PRESET, the selection is complied.
0001
AUTO :
REGEN or PRE is automatically selected
depending on the operation mode.
When editing (including a chained shot):
REGEN is selected.
Other than the above: PRE is selected.
1
For setting the operation mode in which the internal
504*
time code generator runs.
RUN MODE
0000
REC :
The generator runs only while recording is in
progress.
0001
FREE :
The generator runs while the power is on
regardless of the unit's operation mode.
1
For setting the signal to be regenerated when the
505*
TCG (time code generator) is in the regeneration
TCG REGEN
mode.
0000
TC&UB :
Both the time code and user bits are regenerated.
0001
TC :
Only the time code is regenerated.
0002
UB :
Only the user bits is regenerated.
*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).
*2 Even if the RESET button is pressed while pressing the
SEARCH button, the value may not return to the factory
setting.
<625 mode>
0000
7L
:
:
0004
11L
:
:
0015
22L
<625 mode>
0000
7L
:
:
0008
13L
:
:
0015
22L
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