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During thumbnail search, scene selection, and clip list operations
Alarm message in monitor
video section
CANNOT EXPAND CLIP
ANY FURTHER.
SELECTED ESSENCE
MARK
DOES NOT EXIST.
SUB CLIP IS INVALID.
SET APPROPRIATE
IN/OUT POINTS.
DURATION OF ONE
CLIP LIST MUST BE
LESS THAN 24 HOURS.
NO MORE SUB CLIPS
CAN BE ADDED TO
THE CLIP LIST.
SUB CLIP DOES NOT
EXIST.
CLIP LIST DOES NOT
EXIST.
MOVE IS INVALID.
REC INHI!
DISC FULL!
SHOT MARK DOES NOT
EXIST.
REC START CANNOT
BE DELETED.
CLIP IS LOCKED.
ALL CLIPS ARE LOCKED.
ALL CLIPS ARE
UNLOCKED.
Alarms relating to audio and video signals
Alarm message in time
data display section
a)
No INPUT!
Description/action
The clip cannot be expanded into more blocks.
This appears when the EXPAND button is pressed when the number of block is maximum, or
when the duration of an expanded thumbnail is 1 frame.
The selected essence mark does not exist.
This appears in the essence mark selection screen when the specified essence mark does not
exist on the disc.
The temporal relationship between the specified In and Out points in a TRIM operation (see
page 71) is not correct.
Reset so that the value of the Out point timecode is larger than the value of the In point
timecode.
The total duration of the current clip list is greater than 24 hours.
This appears when the total duration of the current clip list exceeds the upper limit of 24 hours as
the result of a sub clip ADD operation or a TRIM operation (see page 71).
The upper limit of sub clips in the current clip list has been exceeded.
This appears when the upper limit of 300 clips in a clip list has been exceed as the result of a
sub clip ADD operation. (see page 71).
There are no sub clips in the current clip list.
This appears when an attempt is made to execute a MOVE, TRIM, DELETE, or TC PRESET
operation (see page 71) with no sub clips in the current clip list.
There are no clip lists on the disc.
This appears when an attempt is made to execute a DELETE CLIP LIST operation (see page
71) when there are no clip lists on the disc.
The sub clip cannot be moved.
This appear hen an attempt is made to execute a MOVE operation (see page 71) when there are
no sub clip in the current clip list, or when there is only 1.
The disc is write protected.
This appears when an attempt is made to execute an operation that requires recording while the
disc is write protected.
The disc is full.
This appears when an attempt is made to execute an operation that requires recording while the
disc is full.
The specified shot mark has not been recorded.
This appears when an attempt is made to execute a DELETE SHOT MARK operation on a clip
when the specified shot mark has not been recorded for that clip.
REC START cannot be deleted.
This appears when an attempt is made to delete a REC START with a DELETE SHOT MARK
operation. DELETE SHOT MARK can delete only SHOT MARK1 and SHOT MARK2 marks.
The clip is locked.
This appears when an attempt is made to delete a clip, set the clip thumbnail, or delete a shot
mark when the clip is locked.
All clips are locked.
This appears when an attempt is made to execute a LOCK ALL CLIPS operation when all clips
are already locked.
All clips are unlocked.
This appears when an attempt is made to execute an UNLOCK ALL CLIPS operation when all
clips are already unlocked.
Alarm message in monitor video
section
INPUT VIDEO IS NOT DETECTED.
CHECK THE VIDEO INPUT MODE AND
SUPPLY A VIDEO SIGNAL TO VIDEO
INPUT.
Action
• Check the setting of V INPUT on the HOME page of
the function menu (see page 81).
• Input an HDSDI signal.
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Troubleshooting

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