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511
VITC OUT
This selects how the VITC which is to be
superimposed onto the output video signal is
to be output.
0000
SBC
:
During recording:
The input time code, which was selected by
the setup menu No. 505 (EXT TC SEL)
setting and TCG switch, is output as the
VITC.
During playback:
The time code recorded in the SBC area is
output as the VITC.
0001
VAUX
:
During recording:
The time code detected from the input video
signal is output as the VITC.
During playback:
The time code recorded in the VAUX area is
output as the VITC.
<Note>
The time code detected from the input video
signal is automatically recorded in the VAUX area
while pictures are being recorded.
Setup menus
The underlined items indicates the initial setting.
USER menu
<TIME CODE>
No./Item
Description
512
TC OUT ADV
This selects how the phase alignment for the
time code output from the TIME CODE OUT
connector is to be handled.
Usually, it is aligned with the output video and
audio signals.
However, when external components are to be
connected, it is possible to align the phase with
the input signal.
0000
OFF
:
Phase alignment is not performed.
The time code output from the TIME CODE
OUT connector is aligned with the output video
and audio signals.
0001
EDIT
:
When editing mode has been selected, the
time code output from the TIME CODE OUT
connector is aligned with the input video and
audio signals during playback and editing
operations.
In all other modes it is aligned with the output
video and audio signals.
513
RUN MODE
This sets the operation mode which is to
make the internal time code generator
advance.
0000
REC
:
The internal time code generator is advanced
during recording.
0001
FREE
:
When the power is on, the internal time code
generator is advanced regardless of the
operation mode.
SBC (sub code data) area:
This area is separate from the video and audio data area on the
helical track. The time code complying with SMPTE/EBU standards
is stored here. As with the conventional LTC (linear time code), the
time code can be read even during rewinding or fast forwarding. It
can also be read out when the tape has stopped.
VAUX (video auxiliary data) area:
This area is to be found in the video data area on the helical track.
The additional information relating to the video data is stored here.
<Note>
The time code and user’s bit are controlled during tape playback by
the data which has been recorded in the SBC area. This means that
all the data recorded in the SBC area alone is used as the data
which is to be indicated on the counter display section in the middle
of the front panel or in the superimposed display, or as the data
which is to be transmitted to the editing controller or other unit.
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