Material recorded with this unit is managed in units called
"clips." A clip contains the material between a recording
start point (In point) and a recording end point (Out point).
Clips have numbers beginning with C, for example C0001.
Data called a "clip list" is created when you use the scene
selection function to select desired clips from the clips
stored on a disc.
Clip lists have numbers beginning with E, for example
E0001. Up to 99 clip lists can be saved on a disc.
Clip list number
Thumbnails of selected clips
Sub clips (clips in clip lists)
The specified clips (or parts of clips) in a clip list are called
"sub clips." Sub clips are virtual data specifying ranges in
the original clips. Clip data in the original clips is not
overwritten. For this reason, sub clips do not have clip
Sub clip 1
Example: Clip list (E0001)
Clip list editing (current clip list)
Clip lists cannot be edited on disc. To edit clip lists, you
need to load them, one at a time, into the unit memory.
The clip list which is currently loaded into the unit memory
is called the "current clip list."
The current clip list is always the target of sub clip creation
and editing. Clip list playback also uses the current clip
After creating and editing a clip list, you need to save it to
Current clip list
Can be edited (adding, deleting,
and reordering sub clips)
C0001 (Clip 1)
C0002 (Clip 2)
C0003 (Clip 3)
Clip list playback
Clips and clip lists are saved together on a disc.
Clips are played back according to clip list data.
Sub clip 2
Sub clip 3
t Clip list playback
E0001 (Clip list 1)
E0002 (Clip list 2)
E0003 (Clip list 3)
E0099 (Clip list 99)