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Handling Discs; Discs Used For Recording And Playback; Notes On Handling - Sony PDW-HD1500 Operation Manual

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Item
Setting
F4: DF/NDF
Selects the drop-frame mode for the
internal timecode generator and the CTL
counter in 59.94i mode.
DF: Drop-frame mode
NDF: Non-drop-frame mode
F5:
(Unassigned function button)
F6: TCR
Selects the type of timecode to display in
the time data display area.
TC: Display TC.
VITC: Display VITC.
P5 REF page
Item
Setting
F1: OUT REF
Selects the reference signal for the
output signals of this unit.
REF: Use the signal input to the
REF.VIDEO INPUT connector as the
output reference signal.
INPUT: Use the input video signal as the
output reference signal.
F2:
(Unassigned function button)
F3:
(Unassigned function button)
F4:
(Unassigned function button)
F5: SYNC
Sets the sync phase of HD output
signals. While the setting value is
flashing, turn the PUSH SET (S.SEL)
knob to adjust the sync phase of output
signals with respect to the input
reference signal, over the range ±15 µs.
(The display shows – 128 to +127.)
F6: SC
Makes fine adjustment to the sync phase
of HD output signals. While the setting
value is flashing, turn the PUSH SET
(S.SEL) knob to adjust the sync phase of
output signals with respect to the input
reference signal, over the range ±200 ns.
(The display shows 0 to 1023.)
P6 OTHER page
Item
Setting
F1: CONV IMP
Selects whether to display convert status
on the display during downconvert
operations.
OFF: Do not display.
ON: Display.
F2: ERR LOG
Displays an error log screen.
F3:
(Unassigned function button)
F4:
(Unassigned function button)
F5:
(Unassigned function button)
F6:
(Unassigned function button)

Handling Discs

Discs used for recording and
playback
This unit can record and play back the following
1)
Professional Disc
formats.
• PFD23 (capacity 23.3 GB)
• PFD23A (capacity 23.3 GB)
• PFD50DLA (capacity 50.0 GB)
1) Professional Disc is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
Notes
• It is not possible to use the following discs for recording
or playback:
-Blu-ray Disc
-Professional Disc for Data
• PFD50DLA discs can be used only by XDCAM devices
with the DL mark (see the following illustration). They
cannot be used by XDCAM devices without this mark.
DL mark

Notes on handling

Handling
The Professional Disc is housed in a cartridge, and is
designed to allow handling free of risk from dust or
fingerprints. However, if the cartridge is subjected to a
severe shock, for example by dropping it, this can result in
damage or scratching of the disc. If the disc is scratched, it
may be impossible to record video/audio, or to play back
the content recorded on the disc. The discs should be
handled and stored carefully.
• Do not touch the surface of the disc itself within the
cartridge.
• Deliberately opening the shutter may cause damage.
• Do not disassemble the cartridge.
• The supplied adhesive labels are recommended for
indexing discs. Apply the label in the correct position.
Storage
• Do not store discs where they may be subjected to direct
sunlight, or in other places where the temperature or
humidity is high.
• Do not leave cartridges where dust may get inside.
• Store cartridges in their cases.
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Handling Discs

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