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Editing; Setting Or Erasing An Index Mark; Setting An Index Mark; Skipping To The Next/Previous Index Mark - Sanyo ICR-XPS01M Instruction Manual

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Setting or erasing an index mark

When you set an index mark at a desired position in a file, you can quickly skip to that
position during playback.
Skipping to the next/previous index mark (page 82)

Setting an index mark

• You cannot set index marks in files stored in the MUSIC (M) folder, LINE (L) folder, and
RECYCLE folder ( ).
During recording, recording pause, or
playback, tap MODE to set an index mark
at the desired position.
"INDEX SETTING" appears and the index is set.
• After you set an index mark, recording or
playback will continue and so you can use the
same operation to set another index mark at a
different position.
• Index marks in a file will disappear if you divide
the file.
• You can set a maximum of 36 index marks.

Skipping to the next/previous index mark

During playback*
Similarly, tapping
*1 When the "TIME SKIP" setting is turned on, the time skip function becomes active.
To skip forward or backward by specified time interval (page 73)
TIME SKIP (page 141)
of a file with index marks set, tapping
once skips to the previous index.
once skips to the next index.



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