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• Recording based on the UTC. The UTC is used when
recording the UMID. This enables uniform control of
source material recorded all over the world based on the
universal time code.
• Calculating the date difference among source materials.
The source material is recorded based on the MJD
(Modified Julian Date), which enables easy calculation
of date difference among source materials.

UMID menu setup

The UMID SET page of the OPERATION menu allows
you to make settings for UMID data.
1
Holding down the MENU knob, set the MENU ON/
OFF switch from OFF to ON.
The TOP menu appears.
2
Turn the MENU knob to move the
"OPERATION," then push the MENU knob.
If this is the first time the OPERATION menu has been
displayed, the CONTENTS page appears.
If the menu has been used before, the page accessed
last appears.
3
If the CONTENTS page is displayed, turn the MENU
b
knob to move the
mark to UMID SET, then push the
MENU knob.
If a different page is displayed, turn the MENU knob
until the UMID SET page appears, then push the
MENU knob.
The current setting appears on the right side of each
item.
UMID SET page
Item
Contents
EX-OWNERSHIP
Specifies whether to record the
REC
user data.
COUNTRY CODE
Sets the country code.
ORGANIZATION
Sets the organization code.
USER CODE
Sets the user code.
INSTANCE NO
Specifies how to generate the
instance number.
TIME ZONE
Sets the time difference from UTC.
MACHINE
Displays the machine-specific
number.
4
5
6
Additional information on the UMID SET
menu items
b
mark to
EX-OWNERSHIP REC
Specify whether to record the user data.
ON: The user data (COUNTRY CODE,
OFF: The user data are not recorded.
COUNTRY CODE
When you select COUNTRY CODE, the character table
appears.
Enter an abbreviated alphanumeric string (4-byte
alphanumeric strings) according to the values defined in
ISO 3166-1.
There are about 240 country codes.
Find your own country code on the following home page.
Refer to ISO-3166-1:
http://www.din.de/gremien/nas/nabd/iso3166ma/codlstp1/
en_listp1.html
For detailed information on how to enter characters,
follow steps 3 to 6 in "5-2-8 Setting the Shot ID" on page
89.
When the country code is less than 4 bytes, the active part
of the code will occupy the first part of the 4-bytes and the
remainder must be filled with the space character (20h).
Example: In the case of Japan
For Japan, if the country code is JP, it is 2 bytes, if JPN, it
is 3 bytes.
As a result, enter the following:
Turn the MENU knob to move the
you want to set, then push the MENU knob.
b
The
mark to the left of the selected item changes to
a z mark, and the z mark to the left of the setting
changes to a ? mark.
Turn the MENU knob to change the setting of the
selected item or to display the desired value, then push
the MENU knob.
b
The z mark returns to a
returns to a z mark.
To end the menu operation, set the MENU ON/OFF
switch to OFF.
ORGANIZATION, and USER CODE) are recorded on
the tape.
JP_ _
or
JPN _
where _ represents a space.
Adjustments and Settings from Menus
b
mark to the item
mark, and the ? mark
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