Sony HDW-M2000P Video cassette recorder
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HDW-M2000P
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HD DIGITAL VIDEOCASSETTE RECORDER
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The HDW-2000.M2000/M2000P is a high-definition (HD) digital videocassette recorder based on the HDCAM format. This unit uses large scale integrated circuits for signal processing, and has a simple internal construction, allowing it to provide functionality at least equivalent to a conventional VTR in a compact (4U size), lightweight, and low power consumption design. In addition to HDCAM format recording and playback, the HDW-M2000.M2000P can also play back tapes recorded in the Digital Betacam, MPEG IMX, Betacam SX, and analog Betacam formats. HDCAM format The HDCAM format uses the same 12.65-mm width tape as the conventional Betacam series. It provides high definition images, offering up to two hours of recording. For video signal compression, prefiltration and coefficient recording technologies are used. High-performance heads and compatibility functions The newly developed high-performance heads and dynamic tracking (DT) technology provide highdensity recording and playback in narrow tracks with high reliability. In addition to HDCAM recording and playback heads, the unit is equipped with Betacam SX playback heads and analog Betacam DT heads, for compatibility with existing recording formats. The VTR automatically detects the recording format of tapes when they are loaded, so that no menu settings need to be made when changing formats. High-precision digital signal processing and range of interfaces The digital signal processing uses HD 4:2:2 component video signals complying with SMPTE 292M, which are converted into parallel data and then compressed into HDCAM format. The audio signals are based on AES/EBU format, and are subjected to digital signal processing without being compressed. The unit is equipped with a high definition to standard definition (HD to SD) downward converter, and has the following interfaces as standard equipment, for ease of connection to different external devices. • SD analog composite signal output • SD analog component signal output •Analog audio signal input/output (4 channels) • HDSDI SMPTE 292M input/output (HD digital video/audio, 4 channels) • SDI SMPTE 259M output (component digital video/ audio, 4 channels) •AES/EBU serial digital audio input/output (4 channels) • SDTI SMPTE 305M input/output (HDCAM video/ audio data) (Option) • Time code input/output • CUE audio input/output High quality four-channel audio High quality 20 bit/48 kHz AES/EBU digital audio is supported. There are four digital audio input/output channels, and four analog audio input/output channels. Recording and playback of SDTI compressed data (optional) This unit can be fitted with SDTI input/output complying with SMPTE 305M, and can therefore be used for transferring HDCAM data, audio data, metadata, and so on to a VTR or nonlinear device via an SDTI interface.

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User Manual
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User Manual
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156
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english
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Chapter 1 Overview 1-1 Features ... 1-1 1-2 Example System Configuration ... 1-4 Chapter 2 Location and Function of Parts 2-1 Control Panels ... 2-1 2-1-1 Upper Control Panel ... 2-2 2-1-2 Lower Control Panel ... 2-3 2-1-3 Switch Panel ... 2-14 2-2 Connector Panel ... 2-15 Chapter 3 Preparations 3-1 Connections to External Devices ... 3-1 3-1-1 Connections to Digital Devices ... 3-1 3-2 Reference Sync Signals ... 3-2 3-2-1 Selecting Reference Signal Depending on Operational Status ... 3-2 3-2-2 Connecting Reference Signals ... 3-3 3-3 Setup ... 3-5 3-4 Superimposed Character Information ... 3-6 3-5 Cassettes ... 3-8 3-5-1 Cassette Types ... 3-8 3-5-2 Inserting and Ejecting Cassettes ... 3-8 3-5-3 Preventing Accidental Erasure of Recordings ... 3-9 3-6 Using a Memory Stick ... 3-10 3-6-1 Notes on Memory Stick ... 3-10 Chapter 4 Recording and Playback 4-1 Recording ... 4-1 4-1-1 Preparations for Recording ... 4-1 4-1-2 Recording Time Code and User Bit Values ... 4-2 4-1-3 Recording Procedure ... 4-4 4-2 Playback ... 4-5 4-2-1 Preparations for Playback ... 4-5 4-2-2 Playback Procedures ... 4-6 4-2-3 Dynamic Motion Control (DMC) Playback ... 4-10 Chapter 5 Editing 5-1 Automatic Editing ... 5-1 5-1-1 Overview ... 5-1 5-1-2 Switch and Menu Settings ... 5-2 5-1-3 Selecting the Editing Mode ... 5-3 5-1-4 Setting Edit Points ... 5-3 5-1-5 Modifying and Deleting Edit Points ... 5-6 5-1-6 Cue-up to Edit Points and Preroll ... 5-7 5-1-7 Preview ... 5-7 5-1-8 Carrying Out Automatic Editing ... 5-8 5-2 DMC Editing ... 5-11 5-2-1 Overview of DMC Editing ... 5-11 5-2-2 Carrying Out DMC Editing ... 5-12 5-3 Special Automatic Editing Methods ... 5-13 5-3-1 Quick Editing ... 5-13 5-3-2 Continuous Editing ... 5-13 5-3-3 Standalone Editing ... 5-14 5-3-4 Manual Editing ... 5-14 5-3-5 Preread Editing ... 5-14 Chapter 6 Shot Mark Function 6-1 Overview ... 6-1 6-2 Shot Mark Operation Menu ... 6-2 6-3 Shot Mark Operations ... 6-3 6-3-1 Reading Shot Marks ... 6-3 6-3-2 Writing Shot Marks ... 6-3 6-3-3 Shot Mark List Operations ... 6-4 6-3-4 Cuing Up to Shot Marks ... 6-6 6-3-5 Reading In Shot Data ... 6-7 6-3-6 Sorting Shot Marks ... 6-8 Chapter 7 Tele-File 7-1 Overview of Tele-File Functions ... 7-1 7-2 Opening the Tele-File Menu ... 7-2 7-3 Tele-File Menu ... 7-3 7-3-1 Clip Data Display ... 7-3 7-3-2 Preroll and Cue Up Using Clip Data ... 7-6 7-3-3 Modifying Clip Data ... 7-7 7-3-4 Undo/Resume Functions ... 7-10 7-3-5 Displaying and Modifying Attribute Data ... 7-11 Chapter 8 UMID Functions 8-1 Overview of UMID Functions ... 8-1 8-2 Recording UMIDs ... 8-2 8-3 UMID Output and Display ... 8-4 8-3-1 UMID Output Settings ... 8-4 8-3-2 UMID Display ... 8-4 Chapter 9 Function Menu 9-1 Overview ... 9-1 9-1-1 Function Menu Configuration ... 9-1 9-1-2 Using the Function Menu ... 9-2 9-2 Function Menu Item List ... 9-3 Chapter 10 Setup Menus 10-1 Setup Menu Configuration ... 10-1 10-2 Setup Menu Operations ... 10-2 10-3 Items in the Basic Setup Menu ... 10-7 10-4 Items in the Extended Setup Menu ... 10-10 Chapter 11 Maintenance and Inspection 11-1 Removing a Cassette When Tape Slack Occurs ... 11-1 11-2 Head Cleaning ... 11-1 11-3 Error Messages ... 11-2 11-4 Moisture Condensation ... 11-4 11-5 Regular Checks ... 11-5 11-5-1 Digital Hours Meter ... 11-5 11-5-2 Maintenance Timings ... 11-6 Appendix Specifications ... A-1 Index ... I-1

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