3 items in the basic setup menu – Sony DVW-2000 User Manual
Items in the Basic Setup Menu
a) When setting items 002 and 003, watch the monitor
screen, and adjust to the required state.
TAPE TIMER DISPLAY
SELECTION FOR VTR-
0S ... 5S ... 30S: Set the preroll time to between 0 and 30 seconds. A preroll time
of at least 5 seconds is recommended when using this unit for editing.
Adjust the horizontal screen position of the character information output from the
COMPOSITE VIDEO OUTPUT 3 (SUPER) connector and the SDI OUTPUT 3
(SUPER) connector for superimposed display on the monitor.
00 ... 1C ... 3C (525-line mode)/00 ... 19 ... 36 (625-line mode): The
hexadecimal value 00 is for the far left of the screen and increasing the value
moves the position of the characters to the right.
Adjust the vertical screen position of the first line of the characters information
output from the COMPOSITE VIDEO OUTPUT 3 (SUPER) connector and the
SDI OUTPUT 3 (SUPER) connector for superimposed display on the monitor.
00 ... 5C ... 71 (525-line mode)/00 ... 70 ... 88 (625-line mode): The hexadecimal
value 00 is for the top of the screen and increasing the value lowers the
position of the characters.
When editing using this unit as a controller and an external VTR connected to this
unit via a 9-pin remote control cable, this item determines whether or not to
operate the two units in phase synchronization.
OFF: Do not operate in phase synchronization.
ON : Operate in phase synchronization.
Determines the kind of character information to be output from the COMPOSITE
VIDEO OUTPUT 3 (SUPER) connector and the SDI OUTPUT 3 (SUPER)
connector when the function menu item CHARA is set to ON.
T&STA : Time data display information and the unit’s status
T&UB: Time data display information and the user’s bits
T&CTL: Time data display information and CTL
T&T: Time data display information and time code (LTC or VITC)
TIME: Time code (LTC or VITC) only
If there is an overlap between the setting of this item and the setting of the control
panel, it is automatically avoided. For example, if CTL is selected on the control
panel and this menu item setting is T&CTL, then CTL and LTC are output.
Determines which buttons on the control panel are enabled when this unit is
controlled from external equipment.
DIS: All buttons and switches are disabled.
S&E&F : Only the STOP button, EJECT button, and F1 to F6 buttons are
ENA: All buttons and switches except the RECORDER button and PLAYER
button are enabled.
MAP: Buttons and switches are enabled or disabled in accordance with the
settings of menu item 023.
Determines whether to display the CTL count in 12-hour mode or 24-hour mode.
+ –12H : 12-hour mode
24H: 24-hour mode
For recorder-player editing with only one monitor connected to the recorder,
determines whether the recorder is forced into E-E mode when the recorder’s
PLAYER button is pressed to view the player’s playback signals on the monitor.
MANU : Do not force the recorder into E-E mode.
AUTO: Force the recorder into E-E mode.
The basic setup menu contains the following items.
In the “Settings” column of the table, the factory
default settings are indicated by an enclosing box.
b) When displaying time code values, there is a slight time
delay. Therefore, when creating a tape for off-line
editing, the information inserted in the upper half of the
screen may be delayed by one frame.