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• Input example: HELP RETR
NOOP
Does nothing except return a response. (Used to check
whether this unit is running.)
Syntax: NOOP <CRLF>
PWD
Displays the current directory ("/" if the directory is the
root directory).
Syntax: PWD <CRLF>
CWD
Changes the current directory (moves from the current
directory to another directory).
Syntax: CWD <SP> <path-name> <CRLF>
Moves to a directory as follows, depending on
whether a directory is specified with <path-name>.
• Directory specified: To the specified directory
• No specification: To the root directory
Input example: CWD General
CDUP
Moves one level up in the directory structure (makes the
parent of the current directory be the current directory).
Syntax: CDUP <CRLF>
MKD
Creates a new directory.
Note
Directories can be created only in the General directory.
For details, see "File operation restrictions" (page
224).
Syntax: MKD <SP> <path-name> <CRLF>
RMD
Deletes a directory.
Note
Directories can be deleted only in the General directory.
For details, see "File operation restrictions" (page
224).
Syntax: RMD <SP> <path-name> <CRLF>
MDTM
Acquires the date and time of the most recent
modification of the file in the format
"YYYYMMDDhhmmss" (YYYY: year, MM: month,
DD: day, hh: hour, mm: minute, ss: second).
Note
The date and time cannot be acquired in the following
cases.
• When the path name includes a wildcard ("*",
replaced by any string of characters, or "?", replaced
by any single character).
• When the size of the path name is greater than 1023
bytes.
Syntax:
MDTM <SP> <path-name> <CRLF>
Input example:
MDTM PROAV/
DISCMETA.XML
Extended commands
In the command syntax column, <SP> means a
space, entered by pressing the space bar, and
<CRLF> means a new line, entered by pressing
the Enter key.
SITE REPF
Sends an MXF file from the specified path on this unit to
the remote computer. This command allows you to
specify a segment in the body of the MXF file (composed
of video and audio data), for transfer of the required
segment only.
Notes
• A segment greater than the file size cannot be
specified.
• This command cannot be used when the path name
contains a space. Use the SITE REPFL command
instead.
Syntax: SITE REPF <SP> <path-name> <SP>
<start-frame> <SP> <transfer-size>
<CRLF>
<start-frame> specifies an offset from the start of
the file. Data is transferred from the video frame at
the offset (the first frame is 0).
<transfer-size> specifies the number of video
frames to transfer (specify 0 to transfer to the end of
the file).
Input example: SITE REPF Clip/C0001.MXF 5
150 (Transfer C0001.MXF. Body data is
transferred only from frame 6 to frame
150.)
SITE REPFL
Sends an MXF file from the specified path on this unit to
the remote computer. This command allows you to
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