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Operating On Files - Sony PDW-70MD Instructions For Use Manual

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• Disc access by DELETE LAST CLIP, DELETE
ALL CLIPS, QUICK FORMAT in the DISC menu,
and so on: Stopped
• MENU button: OFF
• Unsaved current clip list: Save or clear
2
Connect the
S400 connector on this unit to the
i.LINK (IEEE1394) connector on the remote
computer, using an i.LINK cable.
File data
Disc recorder (this unit)
F1
F2
F3
ACCESS
VCR
NETWORK
MENU
MARK1
F4
LOCAL
THUMB
IN
OUT
REMOTE
F5
CLIP
SET
RESET
LEVEL
NAIL
JOG
PAGE DISPLAY
CLIP
MENU
ESSENCE
MARK
EDIT
MARK2
PREV
PLAY
NEXT
STOP
REC
SHUTTLE
PHONES
CH-1
2 CH
3 CH
4 CH
VARIABLE
SHIFT
REC
PRESET
PB
TOP
F REV
F FWD
END
i.LINK cable (not supplied)
Windows recognizes this unit as a removable disc, and
displays one of the following icons on the remote
computer's task bar:
• Windows 2000:
• Windows XP:
The remote computer is now able to perform file
operations when a disc is inserted into this unit.
Operation limitations during FAM connections
• With the exception of the EJECT button, recording
buttons and playback control buttons are disabled.
• This unit cannot be controlled from any device
connected to an external device connector.
• There is no signal output from this unit, and the message
"PC REMOTE!" appears in the display of this unit and
on the external monitor.

Operating on Files

Proceed as follows.
1
Start Explorer.
Check that a drive letter has been assigned to this unit.
(The drive letter will differ depending on the number
of other peripherals connected to the remote
computer.)
2
Use Explorer to perform file operations on the disc
loaded in this unit.
You can operate in the same way that you operate on
local drives and files on network computers.
Transfer
of files
Laptop computer, etc.
Notes
• If you power this unit off during an FAM
connection, the data transferred thus far is discarded.
• All file operations are not possible for some types of
files.
To eject discs from a remote computer
Right click the icon representing this unit in Explorer, and
select "Eject" from the menu which appears.
To exit file operations
Proceed as follows.
Note
Do not disconnect the cable before performing steps 1 to 3.
1
Do one of the following on the
displayed in the remote computer's taskbar.
• Double click.
• Right click, and select one of the following
commands from the menu which appears.
Windows 2000: Unplug or eject hardware
Windows XP: Safely Remove Hardware
The "Unplug or Eject Hardware" dialog box
(Windows 2000) or the "Safety Remove Hardware"
dialog box (Windows XP) appears.
2
Select "Sony XDCAM PDW-70MD IEEE 1394 SBP2
Device" and click "Stop".
The "Stop a Hardware device" dialog appears.
3
Select "Sony XDCAM PDW-70MD IEEE 1394 SBP2
Device" and click "OK".
In Windows 2000, a confirmation message appears.
In Windows XP, "Sony XDCAM PDW-70MD IEEE
1394 SBP2 Device" is deleted from the list of
"hardware devices".
This unit can now resume normal operations. (The
limitations described in "Operation limitations during
FAM connections" (see page 63) no longer apply.)
4
Disconnect the i.LINK cable as required.
To make a reconnection
To reconnect after exiting file operations, do one of the
following, depending on whether an i.LINK cable is
connected.
i.LINK cable is not connected: Connect this unit and a
remote computer with an i.LINK cable.
or
icon
File Operations in File Access Mode
63

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