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Sub directory
File name
Content
a)
Proxy AV data (MXF file) generated
C*S01.MXF
automatically when a C*.MXF file is
created.
*: 0001 to 9999
Other files
Files other than the above
a) The "C*" part can be changed to a user-defined name.
b) When the "C*" part of a C*.MXF file name is
changed, a C*S01.MXF file with the same name in the
"C*" part is generated automatically.
c) When a C*.MXF file is created, a C*S01.MXF file
with the same name in the "C*" part is generated
automatically.
UserData directory
File name
Content
Any file
a) UTF-8 file names can be up to 63 bytes in length.
(Depending on the character type, file names
(including extension) may be limited to 21
characters.)
General directory
File name
Content
Any file
a) UTF-8 file names can be up to 63 bytes in length.
(Depending on the character type, file names
(including extension) may be limited to 21
characters.)
The following directory operations are possible in the
General directory.
• Directory creation (up to 63 levels, including the
General directory)
• Deletion and renaming of directories
Operations
Read/
Write/
Rename Create Delete
Partial
Partial
read
write
Yes
No
No
-
No
-
d) When a C*.MXF file is deleted, the C*S01.MXF file
with the same name in the "C*" part is also deleted
automatically.
Note
Directories cannot be created in the Sub directory.
Operations
Read/
Write/
Rename Create Delete
Partial
Partial
read
write
Yes
Yes
Yes
The following directory operations are possible in the
UserData directory.
• Directory creation (up to 62 levels, including the
UserData directory)
• Deletion and renaming of directories
Operations
Read/
Write/
Rename Create Delete
Partial
Partial
read
write
Yes
Yes
Yes
Notes
• The maximum number of files that can be created on
one disc, including directories, is 5,000 for a single-
layer disc and 6,000 for a dual-layer disc.
• File names and directory names can use letters,
numbers, and symbols from the Unicode 2.0 (UTF-8)
1)
character set.
However, the following control characters and
symbols cannot be used.
- Control characters: U+0000 to U+001F, U+007F
- Symbols: ", *, /, :, <, >, ', ?, \, |
b)
c)
d)
No
No
No
-
a)
Yes
Yes
a)
Yes
Yes
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