[Memory Card] SD Card Information
Article ID: ART139681 | Date published: 05/13/2015 | Date last updated: 08/17/2015
 

Description

[Memory Card] SD Card Information

Solution

[Memory Card] SD Card Information

(1) [SD Card Recognition] - Displays the status of the SD memory card. The three status messages are [SD Card Not Inserted], [Not Mounted] and [Mounted].

(2) [SD Card Operation Status] - Displays the operation status of the SD memory card.  The three status messages are as follows.

  • [Operable]: This status indicates that any operation may be performed.

  • [Recreating video management information]: This status indicates that video management information is being recreated. Other operations cannot be performed.

  • [Deleting videos]: This status indicates that videos are being deleted. Other operations cannot be performed.

(3) [Video Management Information Status] - Displays the status of the video management information. The two status messages are as follows.

  • [Normal]: This status indicates that video management information is normal.

  • [Video Management Information Recreation Required]: This status indicates that management files are corrupted or not consistent with saved video files. It is necessary to click [Exec] in [Recreate Video Management Information] to recreate video management information.

(4) [Video Saving]

Displays whether or not videos can be saved to the SD memory card.

  • [Can Save]: Indicates that videos can be saved to the SD memory card.

  • [Cannot Save]: Indicates that videos cannot be saved to the SD memory card. This status may be caused when the SD memory card is not mounted, the video file count upper limit has been reached, the video management file is corrupted or the card is write-protected.

(5) [SD Card Capacity (KB)] - Displays the SD memory card storage capacity.

(6) [Used Capacity (KB)] - Displays information about storage used on the SD memory card.

Important

Information recorded to the SD memory card may be regarded as Ô°ersonal informationÔ® Take sufficient precautions for handling this information when releasing to third parties for disposal, transfer or repair

Note

  • For accessing files saved to the SD memory card, see Ô“D Memory Card AccessÔ¼/P>

  • An SD memory card can store a total of 100,000 files regardless of recording format.