Displaying Custom Picture Settings XF705
Article ID: ART172736 | Date published: 12/19/2018 | Date last updated: 12/19/2018
 

Description

Displaying Custom Picture Settings  XF705

Solution

Displaying Custom Picture Settings
When a clip contains an embedded custom picture file, you can check the custom picture settings used when the clip was recorded. From the [Clip Info] screen, push the joystick down to display the first of four screens with the clip’s custom picture settings. Repeatedly push down the joystick to check the information screens in the following order:
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Adding  Marks or Marks
You can add an OK mark () or check mark () to a clip during playback or from the index screen.
Adding an Mark or Mark during Playback
To add an mark or mark to a clip during playback or playback pause, you must first set an assignable button to [Add Mark] or [Add Mark] in advance.
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 During playback or playback pause, press the assignable button to add the clip mark.
  • A message indicating the clip mark will appear and the selected clip mark will be added to the clip.
  • Adding a clip mark to a clip during playback will pause the playback.
  • An mark or mark appears at the top right of the playback screen.
Adding an Mark or Mark from the Index Screen
1 Select the desired clip and then press SET to open the clip menu.
2 Select [Add $Mark] or [Add Mark] and then press SET.
3 Select [OK] and then press SET.
  • An mark or appears next to the selected clip’s thumbnail.
NOTES
  • If you set an assignable button to [Add  Mark] or [Add Mark], you can add an mark or  mark to clips also from the index screen.
  • A clip cannot have both an mark and mark at the same time. When you add a mark to a clip with an  mark, the  mark will be deleted. Similarly, when you add an $ mark to a clip with a mark, the  mark will be deleted.

Deleting Marks or Marks
1 Select the desired clip from the index screen and then press SET to open the clip menu.
2 Select [Delete  Mark] or [Delete  Mark] and then press SET.
3 Select [OK] and then press SET.
• The selected mark is deleted.


Copying Clips
You can copy clips from one card to the other.

Copying a Single Clip
1 Select the desired clip and then press SET to open the clip menu. 2 Select [Copy Clip] and then  press SET.
3 Select [OK] and then press SET.
  • The clip is copied to the other SD card. While the clip is being copied, you can press SET to cancel.
4 When the confirmation message appears, press SET.

Copying All the Clips
1 Select [Copy All Clips].

2 Select [OK] and then press SET.
• The clips are copied to the other SD card. While clips are being copied, you can press SET to interrupt the
operation.
3 When the confirmation message appears, press SET.

NOTES
• Clips cannot be copied if either card slot cover is open.
• If the destination card already contains a clip with the same clip number, the clip being copied will be renamed
to the number following the largest clip number in the card.

Deleting Clips
You can delete clips as long as they don't have an mark. To delete such clips, delete the  mark beforehand.
Deleting a Single Clip
1 Select the desired clip and then press SET to open the clip menu.
2 Select [Delete Clip] and then press SET.
3 Select [OK] and then press SET.
  • While the clip is being deleted, the operation cannot be canceled.
4 When the confirmation message appears, press SET.


Deleting All the Clips
1 Select [Delete All Clips].

2 Select [OK] and then press SET.
  • While clips are being deleted, you can press SET to interrupt the operation. Clips deleted before you press SET will be deleted permanently.
3 When the confirmation message appears, press SET.