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Retaking The Most Recent Clip - Sony PDW-510 Operation Manual

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The camcorder starts recording in Manual Interval Rec
mode. In the viewfinder, "MANU INTERVAL
*FRAME" and the TALLY indicator (green) flash.
• In the single shot mode, the TALLY indicator
flashes twice per second.
• In the consecutive mode, the TALLY indicator
flashes four times per second.
To exit Manual Interval Rec mode
Do one of the following.
• In the single shot mode, press the EJECT button.
• In the consecutive mode, press the camcorder REC
START button or the lens VTR button to stop recording.
• Set the camcorder POWER switch to OFF.
After the camcorder has exited from Manual Interval Rec
mode, it records picture data stored in memory to the disc.
Notes on Manual Interval Rec mode
Take note of the following points.
i.LINK
During interval recording, signal input/output through the
i.LINK interface is impossible.
Time code
In Manual Interval Rec mode, the internal time code
generator runs in R-RUN mode regardless of how the F-
RUN/SET/R-RUN switch is set.
Audio
Audio signals are not recorded in Manual Interval Rec
mode.
Playback control buttons
While recording in the single shot mode of Manual
Interval Rec mode (the TALLY indicator (green) in the
viewfinder flashes twice per second), you cannot use most
of playback control buttons (F REV, F FWD, NEXT,
PREV, PLAY/PAUSE, and STOP). To exit the single shot
mode, press the EJECT button.
While recording in the consecutive mode of Manual
Interval Rec mode (the TALLY indicator (green) flashes
four times per second), you cannot use the disc control
buttons (EJECT, F REV, F FWD, NEXT, PREV, PLAY/
PAUSE and STOP). To use these buttons, stop recording
by pressing the REC START button or the VTR button on
the lens.
Menu operation
In the single shot mode of Manual Interval Rec mode, you
cannot change the settings of "CACHE/INTVAL REC"
and "NUMBER OF FRAME" on the FUNCTION 1 page
after the camcorder starts recording. To change the
settings, stop recording by pressing the EJECT button or
setting the POWER switch to OFF.
While recording in the consecutive mode of Manual
Interval Rec mode, you cannot change the settings of
CACHE/INTVAL REC, NUMBER OF FRAME and
60
3-2 Recording
TRIGGER INTERVAL on the FUNCTION 1 page. To
change these settings, stop recording by pressing the REC
START button or the VTR button on the lens.
When the camcorder power is switched off during
recording in Manual Interval Rec mode
• When you set the POWER switch to OFF, the camcorder
will switch off by itself after disc access has continued
for a few seconds to record the picture data stored in
memory.
• If you remove the battery, unplug the DC cable, or cut
the power to the AC adaptor during manual interval
recording, picture data stored before recording stops (a
maximum of ten seconds) may be lost. Take care when
changing the battery.

3-2-6 Retaking the Most Recent Clip

A retake function is available, making it easy to erase and
retake the most recently recorded clip.
To use the retake function, you need use the FUNCTION
1 menu to assign it to one of the assignable switches
(ASSIGN 1, ASSIGN 3, ASSIGN 4, or TURBO GAIN).
For details about operation, see section 7-3-5 "Assigning
Functions to ASSIGN 1/2/3/4 Switches" (page 136).
Example: After recording clip 3, you want to delete it and
record a new clip 3 after clip 2.
Clip 1
Clip 2
To retake the most recent clip
With recording paused or after the end of a preview (see
page 69), proceed as follows.
1
Press the switch or button to which the retake function
has been assigned.
While the button is pressed, the last frame of the
recorded clip and the message "PUSH RET FOR CLIP
DELETE" appears.
2
In this state, press the RET button.
The message "DELETING LAST CLIP" appears, and
the processing for deleting the last recorded clip
begins.
When the deleting has finished, the message "LAST
CLIP WAS DELETED" appears.
Note
If an operation (other than recording review) which is not
a retake operation is carried out after the last clip has been
Clip 3
New clip

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