3 shot mark operations, 3-1 reading shot marks, 3-2 writing post marks – Sony HDW-M2100 User Manual

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Chapter 5

Shot Mark Function

Chapter 5

Shot Mark Function


This section describes the operations concerning
reading and writing shot marks. Note that the
following operations cannot be carried out by remote

5-3-1 Reading Shot Marks

To read in shot marks

With a cassette loaded, hold down the LIST button and
press the F FWD or REW button.

While the shot marks are being read in, the F FWD or
REW button flashes.
The unit searches to the end of the tape, then rewinds

For the procedure for listing the shot marks read in, see
page 5-4.


It is only possible to read in a maximum of 200 shot
When 200 shot marks have been read in, the control
panel display shows the message “SHOT LIST
FULL”, and the reading stops.
To cancel the message, press one of the tape transport

To stop reading

Press the STOP button.

5-3 Shot Mark Operations

Reading shot marks from more than one

After changing the cassettes, carry out the reading
operation again.
Data written in the new cassette will be added as long
as the total does not exceed 200 shot marks. For
example, if 190 shot marks have already read in, only
10 shot marks will be read from the new tape.
In the shot mark list (see page 5-4) the data from
different cassettes is separated by a row of dashes.

5-3-2 Writing Post Marks

When this unit is in any of the playback, stop, or
search modes, you can write a post mark only.


Hold the MARK button down for at least 2

The REC/ERASE indicator lights.


At the position you wish to write the mark, hold
down the ENTRY button and press the MARK

A post mark is written the instant you pressed the
MARK button.

While the mark is being written, the message
“RECORD SHOT MARK” appears on the
monitor, and the REC/ERASE indicator flashes.

Erasing a shot mark

Select the shot mark from the shot mark list, and then
carry out the deletion operation.

For details of the procedure, see page 5-5.


LIST button

F FWD button

REW button

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