Chapter 5 assemble editing, 1 overview, 1-1 assemble editing – Sony HDW-S280 User Manual
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Overview / Automatic Editing
When an HDW-S280 and editor or two HDW-S280 units
and an editor are used in combination, you can perform
Press the REMOTE button on the recorder VTR so that it
is not lit and the REMOTE button on the player VTR so
that it is lit beforehand.
5-1-1 Assemble Editing
In assemble editing, you record video and audio materials
in order from the start of the tape. In addition to video,
audio, CTL and timecodes are recorded. If a timecode is
already recorded on the tape, the new timecode is recorded
so as to form a continuous sequence with the existing
timecode. Assemble editing is convenient when you are
recording on a new tape.
Before you begin assemble editing for the first time with a
new tape, a video signal such as black signal, CTL, and a
timecode must be recorded on the tape in advance of the
recorder IN point for a length equal to or greater than the
Selecting assemble mode
Set ASSEMBLE on the HOME page of the function menu
For assemble editing, set TCR on the P4 TC page of the
function menu to LTC or AUTO.
For details on the function menu, see “3-7 Basic
Operations of the Function Menu” on page 31.
5-2 Automatic Editing
This section describes how to perform automatic editing
with this unit and another VTR connected via the
REMOTE 9P connector.
Sequence of editing operations
The sequence of editing operations using two HDW-S280
when units is as shown below.
5-2-1 Setting the Edit Points
You can set the edit points on the recorder VTR and player
VTR on the P5 EDIT page of the function menu.
Set the assemble edit mode.
Set edit points on the recorder VTR and player VTR.
Preview between the edit points.
Modify the edit points, if necessary.
Perform automatic editing.
Review the result of editing, if necessary.