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Panasonic AJ-HD1400E Operating Instructions Manual page 46

Panasonic digital hd video cassette recorder operating instructions aj-hd1400p, aj-hd1400e
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Setup menus
(continued)
TIME CODE (continued)
No./Item
Description of setting
1
For selecting the editing mode range when the VTR is
506*
operating in the REGEN mode while performing
REGEN
editing operations with "AUTO" selected as the menu
MODE
item No.503 TCG MODE setting.
0000
AS&IN :
Regeneration applies during assemble or insert
editing.
0001
ASSEM :
Regeneration applies during assemble editing.
0002
INSRT :
Regeneration applies during insert editing.
<Note>
At the time of frame-by-frame shooting, the
operations are equivalent to assemble editing.
1
For selecting the time code to be used when an
507*
external time code is used.
EXT TC SEL
0000
EXT_L :
The LTC information of the TIME CODE IN
connector is used.
0001
SLTC :
The LTC information added to the serial signals
which are supplied to the HD SDI IN connector is
used.
0002
SVITC :
The VITC information added to the serial signals
which are supplied to the HD SDI IN connector is
used.
<Note>
When selecting "1394" with the INPUT VIDEO switch
on the front panel, the time code input to IEEE1394
digital input/output connector is used.
The VITC information will not be superimposed onto
the video signal output when recording is performed
or the EE mode is established. The LTC information
and VITC information are not superimposed onto the
HD serial output signals.
1
For setting the usage status for the user bits of the
508*
time code generated by the TCG.
BINARY GP
0000
000 :
No character set specified
0001
001 :
8-bit character set complying with the ISO646 and
ISO2022 standards
0002
010 :
Undefined
0003
011 :
Undefined
0004
100 :
Undefined
0005
101 :
Page/line
0006
110 :
Undefined
0007
111 :
Undefined
509
For setting whether to control the phase correction of
the LTC output during playback.
PHASE
0000
OFF :
CORR
The phase correction is not controlled.
0001
ON :
The phase correction is controlled.
1
For selecting whether to set the CF flag of the TCG to
510*
ON.
TCG CF
0000
OFF :
FLAG
The CF flag is set to OFF.
0001
ON :
The CF flag is set to ON.
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No./Item
Description of setting
1
For selecting whether to use the DF or NDF mode for
511*
CTL and TCG.
DF MODE
0000
DF :
The drop frame (DF) mode is used.
0001
NDF :
The non-drop frame (NDF) mode is used.
1
When the TCG switch of the front panel is set to EXT,
512*
it switches the phase of time code output from the TC
TC OUT REF
OUT connector for external LTC input. (In EE mode
only)
0000
VOUT :
Match the output image.
0001
TC_IN :
Match the external time code input.
513
For selecting how to output the VITC signal which is
superimposed onto the output video signal.
VITC OUT
0000
SBC :
In the playback mode, the time code recorded in
the SBC area*
0001
VAUX :
In the playback mode, the time code recorded in
the VAUX area*
<Notes>
The VITC information which is detected by the HD
serial input is automatically recorded in the VAUX
area when the images are recorded.
When "23/24," "25(HD)," "25(SD)," "50(HD)" or
"50(SD)" is selected as the menu item No.25
SYSTEM FREQ setting and VAUX is selected as
the VITC OUT setting, the time code which is
output may not be continuous.
1
For selecting whether to superimpose the VITC
514*
information onto the HD serial output.
HD EMBD
0000
OFF :
VITC
The VITC information is not superimposed.
0001
ON :
The VITC information is superimposed.
1
For selecting whether to superimpose the LTC
515*
information onto the HD serial output.
HD EMBD
0000
OFF :
LTC
The LTC information is not superimposed.
0001
ON :
The LTC information is superimposed.
*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).
*A The SBC (Sub Code Data) area is an area that exists
separately from the video and audio area on the helical
track and contains the tape management information,
such as the time code, in compliance with the SMPTE/
EBU and the recording time. As with the ordinary LTC
(Linear Time Code), the time code can be read even
when rewinding/fast-forwarding and can be read out
when the tape stops.
*B The VAUX (Video Auxiliary Data) area is an area in the
video area on the helical track and contains information
related to the video data.
"_____" indicates the factory setting.
A
is output.
B
is output.

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