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specify a segment in the body of the MXF file (composed
of video and audio data), for transfer of the required
segment only.
Note
A segment greater than the file size cannot be specified.
Syntax: SITE REPFL <SP> "<path-name>" <SP>
<start-frame> <SP> <transfer-size>
<CRLF>
<path-name> specifies the path name of the file to
transfer. Enclose the path name in double quotation
marks.
<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 REPFL "Clip/sakura
0001.MXF 5" 150 (Transfer sakura
0001.MXF. Body data is transferred only
from frame 6 to frame 150.)
SITE FSTS
Acquires the system status of this unit.
One of the following status codes is sent.
0: Initial state, or no disc is loaded.
1: File system mount is OK.
3: File system mount is not OK.
Syntax: SITE FSTS <CRLF>
SITE MEID
Acquires the media ID of the disc loaded in this unit.
Syntax: SITE MEID <CRLF>
SITE FUNC
Acquires the function and version of the expanded
commands.
Information is sent in the following format.
<main function> <SP> <branch function> <SP>
<branch function version>
For XDCAM, sent in a format like "200 MXF DISK 1"
(200 is a response code).
Syntax: SITE FUNC <CRLF>
SITE UMMD
When C*.MXF file is sent with the STOR, the copy
source UMID is saved if this command is invoked
immediately before the STOR command.
Syntax: SITE UMMD <CRLF>
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SITE DF
Acquires the amount of free disc space.
Syntax: SITE <SP> DF <CRLF>
SITE CHMOD
Locks and unlocks clips. Also sets permissions for
directories and files in the General directory.
Syntax: SITE CHMOD <SP> <flag> <SP> <path-
name> <CRLF>
Specify one of the following values in <flag>,
according to the specification in <path-name>.
• When a clip is specified in <path-name>:
444: Lock.
666: Unlock.
• When a directory in the General directory is
specified in <path-name>:
555: Forbid writing to the directory.
777: Allow writing to the directory.
• When a file in the General directory is specified
in <path-name>:
444: Forbid writing to and execution of the file.
555: Forbid writing to the file, but allow
execution.
666: Allow writing to the file, but forbid
execution.
777: Allow writing to and execution of the file.
Input example: SITE CHMOD 444 Clip/
C0001.MXF (Lock clip C0001.MXF)
SITE TCPR
Presets the starting timecode of a clip copied with the
STOR command. Specify the timecode in the format
"ffssmmhh" (ff: frames, ss: seconds, mm: minutes, hh:
hours).
Notes
• This command remains in effect until a STOR
command is executed, or (if no STOR command is
executed) until the FTP connection is terminated.
• If a SITE UMMD command is executed after this
command, the SITE UMMD command takes priority
and this command is discarded.
• If this command is executed several times in sequence,
the last command takes priority.
Syntax:
SITE TCPR <SP> <timecode > <CRLF>
Input example:
SITE TCPR 00050001
(The starting timecode is preset to
01:00:05:00.)

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