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Extended commands
The following table shows the extended FTP commands
supported by this unit.
Command name
Description
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.
Note
A segment greater than the file size
cannot be specified.
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.
SITE MEID
Acquires the media ID of the disc
loaded in this unit.
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).
SITE UMMD
When C*.MXF file (*: 0001 to 0300) is
sent with the STOR, the copy source
UMID is saved if this command is
invoked immediately before the STOR
command.
6-4 Recording
Continuous Time
Code With FAM and
FTP Connections
1) This is supported from firmware version 1.4.
When you are connected to the unit by FAM or FTP, you
can create new clips with time code that is continuous with
the time code of the last frame of the last clip on the disc.
To record continuous time code, set PRESET/REGEN/
CLOCK switch to "REGEN," and then proceed as follows.
FAM connection
Write clip files to the unit from the computer or other
device that is connected to this unit.
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.
Command 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 155.)
SITE FSTS <CRLF>
SITE MEID <CRLF>
SITE FUNC <CRLF>
SITE UMMD <CRLF>
FTP connection
Use the "STOR" command to transfer clip files from the
computer that is connected to this unit. If you issue the
"SITE UMMD" command immediately before the
"STOR" command, the original time code of the
transferred file is recorded, regardless of the setting of
PRESET/REGEN/CLOCK switch.
1)

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