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Carrying Out Recording - Sony PDW-F70 Operating Instructions Manual

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To cancel the user bits setting
Press the MENU button.
4
Press the SET button.
The message "NOW SAVING..." appears, and the
user bits set in step 3 are displayed.
To record timecode that follows
sequentially upon the last recorded
timecode (Internal Regen)
You can record timecode so that it is continuous from one
clip to the next on the disc.
Set TC MODE on page P2 of the function menu to "INT",
and TCG to "REGEN". When this setting is in force, the
unit reads the timecode of the last frame of the last
recorded clip on the disc before starting to record, and
internally generates timecode that follows upon the
recorded timecode.
In this case, the setting of DF/NDF on page P2 of the
function menu is ignored. New timecode is recorded in the
drop-frame mode of the last recorded timecode on the disc.
To record with the internal timecode
generator synchronized to external
timecode (External Regen)
Use this method to synchronize the timecode generators of
a number of recorders, to record the playback timecode of
external VTRs, or to record while maintaining
synchronization between the source video and timecode.
Use either of the following procedures according to the
type of external timecode.
Synchronizing with timecode input to the TIME
CODE IN connector
1
Connect the timecode output of an external device to
the TIME CODE IN connector, and input a reference
video signal to the REF VIDEO INPUT connector.
2
Make the following settings on page P2 of the function
menu.
• Set TCG to "EXT".
• Set TC MODE to "REGEN".
• Set TC/VITC to "TC".
Synchronizing with multiplexed timecode input
to the HDSDI INPUT connector
1
Connect an HDSDI signal containing multiplexed
LTC to the HDSDI INPUT connector, and input a
reference video signal to the REF VIDEO INPUT
connector.
2
Make the following settings on page P2 of the function
menu.
• Set TCG to "SDI".
• Set TC MODE to "REGEN".
• Set TC/VITC to "TC".
Executing either of these procedures starts the internal
timecode generator running in synchronization with the
external timecode generator.
Once the internal timecode generator is synchronized with
the external timecode generator, the internal timecode
generator continues to run even if the external timecode
generator connection is removed.
The timecode advance mode is set automatically to Free
Run. The frame count mode (for system frequency 60I/30P
only) is set to the same mode as the external timecode
signal (drop-frame or non-drop-frame).
To check the synchronization to the external
signal
Press the STOP button to stop this unit, then press the REC
button.
Check that the timecode value shown in the time data
display coincides with the external timecode value.
To record external timecode directly
(External Preset)
When you use this method, the internal timecode generator
advances without being affected by the external timecode.
To directly record timecode input to the TIME
CODE IN connector
Connect the timecode output of an external device to the
TIME CODE IN connector, and make the following
settings on page P2 of the function menu.
• Set TCG to "EXT".
• Set TC MODE to "PRESET".
• Set TC/VITC to "TC".

Carrying Out Recording

One recording segment (from the start to the end of
recording) is called a "clip".
See Chapter 4 "Scene Selection" for more information
about clips.
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Recording

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