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44 EN EDITING
Automatic Editing To VCR
13 Rewind the tape in the camcorder to the beginning
of the scene you want to edit and press PAUSE (9).
Adjustment Of VCR/Camcorder Timing 4 Press R.A.EDIT ON/OFF to make the Random Assemble Editing menu disappear, then press MENU. The Menu Screen appears.
14 Press VCR REC STBY (79) on the remote control, 5 Press SET to select âtâ. The VIDEO Menu appears. or manually engage the VCRâs Record-Pause mode. 6 Press or to select âSYNCHROâ, and press SET. 15 Press the Recording Start/Stop Button on the The value for âSYNCHROâ is highlighted. (Factorycamcorder. Editing proceeds as programmed, right through to the end of the last registered scene. preset: Â±0.0)
â When dubbing is complete, the camcorder enters the Pause mode, and the VCR enters its Record-Pause mode. â If you do not register an Edit-Out point, the tape will be dubbed all the way to the end automatically. â If you operate the camcorder during automatic editing, the VCR will enter its Record-Pause mode and automatic editing will stop.
7 Based on the diagnostics performed, you can now
advance the VCRâs record timing by pressing . You can also delay the VCRâs record timing by pressing .
â The adjustment range is from â1.3 to +1.3 seconds, in 0.1second increments.
Press SET to finish the setting. Press twice.
16 Engage the Stop modes for the camcorder and the
â To make the R.A.Edit counter display disappear, press R.A.EDIT ON/OFF on the remote control. â Pressing R.A.EDIT ON/OFF on the remote control clears all settings registered during Random Assemble Editing. â When the editing cable is connected to the remote controlâs PAUSE IN connector during dubbing, make sure the remote control is pointed at the VCRâs sensor, and the path between the two is unobstructed. â Random Assemble Editing may not function properly when using a tape including several duplicated time codes. ( pg. 17)
to select âBRETURNâ, and press SET
â Now perform Random Assemble Editing beginning with step 6 on page 43.
â Before performing actual Random Assemble Editing, do a few Random Assemble Editing trial runs to check whether the value you have input is appropriate or not, and make adjustments accordingly. â Depending on the recorder, there may be situations where the timing difference cannot be fully corrected.
For More Accurate Editing
Some VCRs make the transition from Record-Pause to Record mode faster than others. Even if you begin editing for the camcorder and the VCR at exactly the same time, you may lose scenes you wanted, or find that you have recorded scenes you did not want. For a cleanly edited tape, confirm and adjust the timing of the camcorder against your VCR. Diagnosing VCR/Camcorder Timing
1 Play back the tape in the camcorder, then point the
remote control at the camcorderâs remote sensor and press R.A.EDIT ON/OFF.
â Random Assemble Editing Menu appears. Program 1
IN 1ââ ââ : ââ 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 T I ME CODE TOTAL ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
2 Perform Random Assemble
Editing on Program 1 only. In order to check VCR and camcorder timing, select the beginning of a scene transition as your Edit-In point.
ââ : ââ 0 0 : 00
3 Play back the dubbed scene.
â If any images from the scene prior to the transition you chose for your Edit-In point were recorded, that means your VCR moves too quickly from Record-Pause to Record mode. â If the scene you tried to dub starts in progress, the VCR is slow to start recording.