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SONY DSR45
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DSR-45/45P

Operating the Menus

Icon/Menu
A

AUDIO SET

Submenu Setting (page) REF LEVEL Switches the center levels of the audio level meters displayed on the fine audio levels (page 29 (GB)) screen. –12dB: Sets the level to –12 dB. –18dB: Sets the level to –18 dB. –20dB: Sets the level to –20 dB.
Notes

VTR SET menu
Icon/Menu
VTR

Submenu (page) REC MODE

Setting Switches the recording mode between DVCAM and DV (SP mode only). When you play back a tape, the DVCAM/DV setting will be automatically switched; you do not need to use this item. DVCAM : Records in DVCAM format. DV SP: Records in DV format (SP mode).
Notes

VTR SET

• The default is –20 dB for DSR-45; –18 dB for DSR-45P. • The standard output level of the AUDIO OUT connectors is +4 dBu. This is equivalent to –20 dB for the DSR-45, or –18 dB for the DSR-45P from full bit (maximum audio level). This level is fixed and does not change even if you change this item setting. • Changing this level does not change the audio gain of this unit. Turn the AUDIO REC LEVEL control knobs to adjust the recording level accordingly. AGC CH1,2 Links/separates the AGC (Auto Gain Control) in channels 1 and 2. (page 29 (GB)) SEPARATE : AGC is not linked. (Channels 1 and 2 sound gains are separated.) LINKED: AGC is linked. (Channels 1 and 2 sound gains are linked as a pair.)
Notes

• The unit can record only in the DVCAM format or in the SP mode of the DV format. • You cannot change the setting while recording. • It is recommended that you record in the DVCAM format. There are some limitations with respect to DV recording depending on machine specifications and the consumer DV format as follows: – The head system is optimized for DVCAM recording. A DV recording overwrites the last track just before the beginning of the recording. As a result, at the border of these two recorded portions, picture and sound may be distorted. – The picture and sound will be recorded unsynchronized. (unlock mode) – The time code is fixed to the drop frame mode. (only for DSR-45) – The DV IN TC setting on the TC/UB SET menu becomes invalid. The unit records internal time code. • If you dub a consumer DV tape from the DV jack on this unit, keep the following in mind: – Set REC MODE to DV SP. If REC MODE has been set to DVCAM, a tape with an invalid format (recording speed: DVCAM, sound: unsynchronized, unlock mode) will be made. (The unit cannot convert unlock mode sound to lock mode sound.) – If you edit a tape with an invalid format in the DSR-70/70P, DSR-70A/70AP, DSR-80/ 80P, DSR-85/85P, DSR-1800/1800P, DSR-2000/2000P, etc., there may be some restrictions. For details on DVCAM/DV format compatibility, see “Compatibility of DVCAM and DV

• This setting is disabled when inputting signals from the DV jack. • The LINKED setting changes to enabled after you set the AUDIO INPUT switch on the front panel to AUTO. AGC CH3, 4 Links/separates the AGC (Auto Gain Control) in channels 3 and 4. (page 29 (GB)) SEPARATE : AGC is not linked. (Channels 3 and 4 sound gains are separated.) LINKED: AGC is linked. (Channels 3 and 4 sound gains are linked as a pair.)
Notes

• This setting is disabled when inputting signals from the DV jack. • The LINKED setting changes to enabled after you set the AUDIO INPUT switch on the LIMITER front panel to AUTO. Turns the limiter on/off. OFF : No limiter ON: Uses the limiter.
Notes

• This setting is disabled when inputting signals from the DV jack. • This setting is available only when you have set the AUDIO INPUT switch on the front panel to MANU. • Make sure to set the INPUT LEVEL selector on the rear panel correctly. Even if you have set this item to ON, the limiter will not work for a sound that exceeds the dynamic range of the input amplifier.

Format” on page 101 (GB). AUTO INDEX Selects whether or not the unit automatically marks an index signal when the unit in the (page 44 (GB)) stop mode starts recording. ON : Marks an index signal at the beginning of the recording. OFF: Does not mark an index signal at the beginning of the recording.
STILL PICT Switches the image displayed in the still mode. AUTO : Displays an optimized image according to the movement in the image. FIELD: Displays a field image. FRAME: Displays a frame image.
Note
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If you select FIELD, the image of field 2 is displayed. FF/REW SPD Selects the tape transport mode in fast-forward and rewind. FF/REW : Fast-forwards or rewinds the tape at maximum speed without displaying the picture. SHUTTLEMAX: Fast-forwards or rewinds the tape at maximum speed (DVCAM: about 14 times normal speed for the DSR-45; about 17 times normal speed for the DSR-45P) while displaying the picture. However, if you use a tape recorded in the SP mode of the DV format, the maximum tape speed will be about 24 times normal speed, on both models.
Note

If you intend to edit using an RS-422A connection, set this item to SHUTTLEMAX.

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Operating the Menus

Icon/Menu
VTR

VTR SET

Submenu Setting (page) DUPLICATE Switches the duplicate mode. (page 69 (GB)) AUTOq : Starts duplication after rewinding the tape to the beginning in the player and recorder. (The cassette memory is also duplicated.) AUTOq: Starts duplication after rewinding the tape to the beginning in the player and recorder. (The cassette memory is not duplicated.) MANUALq: Duplicates the tape from any point. (The cassette memory is not duplicated.)
Note

OTHERS menu
Icon/Menu OTHERS Submenu (page) Setting

COMMANDER Selects the control device. (page 26 (GB)) WIRELESS : Enables the control of the Remote Commander. CONTROL S: Enables the control of the Remote Control Unit (DSRM-20, not supplied) connected to the CONTROL S IN jack. (The Remote Commander is disabled.)
Note

You cannot change the setting of this item during duplication. DV EE OUT Selects the output from the DV jack in the EE mode. (page 42 (GB)) OFF : Outputs only the playback video and audio signals from the DV jack. ON: Outputs the selected analog input signals from the DV jack.
Note

AC ON MODE

The unit accepts signals from any Sony Remote Commander whose command mode is set to VTR4, not only the supplied one. If you want to disable the control from any Remote Commander, set this item to CONTROL S. Switches the state into which the unit goes when the unit is connected to an AC outlet. STBY : Makes the unit go into the standby mode. POWER ON: Turns the unit on.

When you connect a computer to the DV jack, depending on your computer software, the selected analog input signals may be output to the computer even if this item is set to OFF. STILL TIME Selects the length of time that elapses before switching to the tape protection mode from the still mode. 30 SEC : 30 seconds 1 MIN: 1 minute 2 MIN: 2 minutes 3 MIN: 3 minutes 5 MIN: 5 minutes
Notes

AUTO STBY

Selects whether the unit goes into the standby mode or not, if the unit has been in the stop mode and no key operations have been attempted for more than one hour. DISABLE : Leaves the unit in the stop mode. ENABLE: Makes the unit go into the standby mode. Selects whether or not the unit beeps. ON : Enables the beep. OFF: Disables the beep.

BEEP

LCD BRIGHT Adjusts the LCD monitor brightness. Press the J/j buttons and the EXEC button to adjust and set the brightness. You can also adjust the brightness by pressing the J/j buttons on the Data screen. (The triangle under the bar is displayed in green when the setting is set to the factory preset value.) LCD COLOR Adjusts the depth of color of the LCD monitor. Press the J/j buttons and the EXEC button (for the DSR- to adjust and set the depth of color. (The triangle under the bar is displayed in green when 45) / LCD the setting is set to the factory preset value.) COLOUR (for the DSR-45P) CLOCK SET Sets the internal clock of the unit. Pressing the J/j buttons and the EXEC button, set the time (year, month, day, hour and minute). (When you set the minute, the second count will start from 00.)
Notes

• If the unit is left in playback pause mode for a long time, the tape or the video heads may be damaged or the video heads may become clogged. Select the shortest time possible —particularly when using a Mini-DV cassette that is longer than 60 minutes, select 30 SEC or 1 MIN. • If you change the setting of this item while the unit is in the playback pause mode, the first tape protection mode change uses the time setting from before the settings were changed. From the second tape protection mode change, the new time setting is used. FROM STILL Selects the tape protection mode to which the unit switches after the still mode continues for the time interval set in STILL TIME. STOP : Stops the tape. STEP FWD: Forwards one frame.

• Regardless of the DATE DISP setting, the date is displayed in the Y/M/D format while you are setting CLOCK SET. • The internal backup battery will be fully charged in about 8 hours when power is provided to the unit. A fully charged internal backup battery can run the internal clock for about two weeks without the power provided through the AC power cord. • If the unit starts recording while you are setting this item, the value at that time is set in the internal clock. HRS METER Displays the accumulated time counts (by the digital hours meter) in units of 10 hours or 10 (page 100 (GB)) counts. OPERATION: Power supplied duration DRUM RUN: Drum rotation duration TAPE RUN: Tape run duration THREADING: Tape unthreading count

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Adjusting and Setting Through Menus

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