Adding Marks to Clips while Recording XF705
Article ID: ART172691 | Date published: 12/18/2018 | Date last updated: 12/18/2018
 

Description

Adding Marks to Clips while Recording  XF705

Solution

When recording clips, you can flag an important shot in a clip by adding a “shot mark” (). You can also add an OK mark () or check mark () to the entire clip to flag clips you want to set apart.
You can also add an delete shot marks, marks and marks  in mode.

Operating modes:

Adding Shot Marks while Recording
To add a shot mark to a clip while recording, you must first set in advance an assignable button to [Add Shot Mark].
1 Set an assignable button to [Add Shot Mark]
2 While you are recording, press the assignable button at the beginning of the shot you wish to mark.
  • A message indicating the shot mark will appear and the selected shot mark will be added to the current frame of the clip.
NOTES
  • You can also press the SHOT1 button on the wireless controller to add a shot mark.
  • Up to 100 shot marks can be added to a single clip.
  • There may be up to a 1 second delay from when you press the button to when the camcorder adds the shot mark.
  • When a clip contains a shot mark, will appear next to the clip’s thumbnail in the playback index screen.
  • A shot mark cannot be added while pre-recording (before you press the REC button to start recording).

Adding an Mark or Mark to the Last Clip Recorded
After recording an important clip, you can add an OK mark () or check mark () to the clip to set it apart.
 marks can also be used to protect important clips, as clips with an mark cannot be deleted with the
camcorder.
To add an mark or mark to the last clip recorded in mode, you must first set in advance an
assignable button to [Add Mark] or [Add Mark].
1 Set an assignable button to [Add Mark] or [Add Mark]
• To add both types of clip marks (to different clips), set one assignable button to [Add Mark] and another
assignable button to [Add Mark].
2 After recording a clip, press the assignable button.
• A message indicating the clip mark will appear and the selected clip mark will be added to the clip.

NOTES
• A clip cannot have both an mark and a % mark at the same time.
• When a clip has an  mark or mark, the respective icon will appear next to the clip's thumbnail in the
playback index screen.