Sony DSR-45/45P Manuel d'utilisation
Playback and Recording
Chapter 2 Playback and Recording
Signals that can be recorded on this unit are as follows.
In cassette memory
* If AUTO INDEX on the VTR SET menu is set to ON and the
unit is in the stop mode, when you start recording, the unit
automatically marks a signal for Index search. If AUTO INDEX
is set to OFF, the unit does not mark it.
the INDEX button on the unit or the INDEX WRITE
button on the Remote Commander marks a signal for Index
search regardless of the AUTO INDEX setting.
• If you record another program over the beginning of
the search signals, you will not be able to locate the
• You cannot add search signals after recording.
To add a search signal for Auto Repeat, start
recording from the point where you want to add it.
• When recording on this unit, signals for Index search
do not have information on the day of the week.
• Searching may not be done correctly if the tapes were
not recorded on Sony-brand digital video equipment.
About the cassette memory
• A tape with the
mark has cassette memory. When
using the 16 kbit cassette memory, you can store up
to 135 search signals. (The number changes
depending on the memory capacity of various
cassettes. It also changes depending on the data size
combination of index, title, date, photo, and tape label
data stored on a tape.) This unit is capable of storing
and retrieving up to 16 kbits of information in
• To locate scenes that did not fit in the cassette
memory, or to locate scenes in order of their position
on the tape, set CM SEARCH on the CM SET menu
to OFF. You can use the same procedure to search for
a scene on a tape without cassette memory.
For details on the CM SET menu, see “CM SET menu” on
page 81 (GB).
The number of search signals that you can record is
limited by the cassette memory space available when
you start recording. When you use a previously
recorded tape for repeated recordings, make more
memory space available by erasing unwanted items
using ITEM ERASE or ERASE ALL on the CM SET
menu before you start recording.
Automatically playing back a tape
repeatedly (Auto Repeat)
This unit can repeat the playback of all or a part of the
Set the TIMER selector on the front panel of this
unit to REPEAT.
Press the REW button. (If the tape is already
rewound, press the PLAY button.)
The unit rewinds the tape to its beginning, and
starts playback automatically. The unit repeats the
playback from the beginning to the first index (if
there is no signal for Index search on the tape, to
the next unrecorded portion; if there is no
unrecorded portion, to the end of the tape).
A D B
If D is recorded
over the beginning
B cannot be