In step 1, you can also perform a shortcut
operation by pressing the RESET/RETURN
button with the SHIFT button held down.
To delete all clips
Display the Disc Menu.
Select Lock or Delete All Clips, and then
select Delete All Clips.
A message appears asking you to confirm
that you want to delete all clips.
Select OK to execute the deletion, or
Cancel to cancel it, and then press the
SET/S.SEL button or the MENU knob.
Locked clips cannot be deleted.
Scene Selection (Clip
What is scene selection?
Scene selection is a function which allows you to
select material (clips) from the material recorded
on a disc and perform cut editing. You can do this
by operating on this unit only.
• Scene selection is a convenient way to perform
cut editing in the field and in other offline
• In scene selection you create a clip list (editing
data). Since the material itself is not affected,
you can repeat this any number of times.
• You can play back the edit list created by scene
selection on this unit.
• In scene selection you can add whole clips or
add parts of a clip. You can add scenes using
chapters, change the playback sequence, and
amend or delete In and Out points. All of these
operations can be carried out easily on this unit.
• Clip lists (editing data) created with the scene
selection function can be used on XPRI and
other full-feature nonlinear editing systems.
Material recorded with this unit is managed in
units called clips. A clip contains the material
from a recording start point to a recording end
Clips have numbers beginning with C, for
of clip 2
of clip 2
You can also assign titles to your clips and use the
titles to manage them, instead of the clip numbers.
For more information, see "Assigning user-defined
clip titles automatically" (page 88).
Scene Selection (Clip List Editing)