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Edit Directory
File name
Content
E*E01.SMI
Clip list file
*: 0001 to 0099
E*M01.XML
Metadata file generated
automatically when E*E01.MXF file
is created.
*: 0001 to 0099
Other files
Files other than the above
a) Only files which can be written by XDCAM. Partial writing is not
possible.
b) Only files which can be written by XDCAM
c) Only when the write-protect tab on the disc is set to enable recording, and
when expanded menu item 310 REC INHIBIT is set to "off".
d) When an E*E01.MXF file is created, an E*M01.SMI file with the same
number is generated automatically.
Sub Directory
File name
Content
C*S01.MXF
Proxy AV data (MXF) file generated
automatically when a C*.MXF file is
created.
*: 0001 to 0300
Other files
Files other than the above
a) When a C*.MXF file is created, a C*S01.MXF file with the same number
is generated automatically.
b) When a C*.MXF is deleted, the C*S01.MXF file with the same number is
also deleted automatically.
General Directory
File name
Content
Any file
a) File name up to 63 characters
b) Only when the write-protect tab on the disc is set to enable recording, and
when expanded menu item 310 REC INHIBIT is set to "off".
The following directory operations are possible in the
General directory.
• Directory creation (up to 64 levels, including the
General directory)
• Deletion and renaming of directories
Notes
• The maximum number of files that can be created on one
disc, including directories, is 5000.
• The following characters can be used in file names and
directory names
Operations
Read/
Write/
Rename
Partial read
Partial write
Yes
No
a)
Yes
Yes
a)
No
Yes
No
e) When an E*E01.SMI is deleted, the E*M01.XML file with the same
number is also deleted automatically.
Note
Directories cannot be created in the Edit directory.
Operations
Read/
Write/
Rename
Partial read
Partial write
Yes
No
No
No
Note
Directories cannot be created in the Sub directory.
Operations
Read/
Write/
Rename
Partial read
Partial write
Yes
Yes
Yes
- 0 to 9 (digits), a to z (lowercase alphabetic), A to Z
(uppercase alphabetic), @ (at mark), − (minus), _
(underscore), . (period), ~ (tilde), and (space).
- Numbers, characters, and symbols in the Unicode 2.0
(UTF-8) character set.
1) This is supported from firmware version 1.4. However, the following
character codes cannot be used by FAM connections. 010000,
020000, 030000, 040000, 050000, 060000, 070000, 080000,
090000, 0A0000, 0B0000, 0C0000, 0D0000, 0E0000, 0F0000,
100000
(There are no limits to characters which can be used by FTP
connections.)
Create
Delete
b)
c)
Yes
Yes
d)
e)
No
No
No
Create
Delete
a)
b)
No
No
No
Create
Delete
a)
b)
Yes
Yes
1)
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