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Text excerpt from page 16 (click to view)
Recording using the SmartFile function
To use the SmartFile function, attach the SmartFile label to the spine of the cassette tape. If you record a program on a tape with a SmartFile label, program data, such as the date and channel, is automatically stored in the memory of the SmartFile label.

Recording a program on the SmartFile tape

Attaching the SmartFile label to the cassette tape
To use the SmartFile function, attach the supplied SmartFile label to the cassette tape. Remove any stains or dirt from the surface of the spine of the tape. Then, holding both edges of the SmartFile label so that it doesn’t bend, attach it along the guide line to the spine of the cassette tape. This tape is henceforth referred to as a SmartFile tape. Note on the purchase of SmartFile labels
• For the customers in the USA To order additional SmartFile labels, see the back page. • For the customers in Canada Additional SmartFile labels can be purchased at Sony of Canada Ltd. Authorized VHS Dealers. Notes • The SmartFile label is equipped with a memory chip. The memory chip may be damaged and cannot be used when you: – twist or fold the SmartFile label. – remove the SmartFile label and re-attach it to a tape. – attach more than one SmartFile label to a tape. – attach some metal, or sticker which has metal, to the SmartFile label. – write too strongly on the SmartFile label using a ballpoint pen or similar sharp instrument. – disassemble or remodel a label. • Do not leave the SmartFile label in a place subject to excessive dust or dirt, direct sunlight, humidity, mildew, strong magnetism, or near heat sources. • If you attach the SmartFile label to a short length tape, such as T-30 or shorter, you cannot use the SmartFile function.

When recording a program on the SmartFile tape, no matter what method you use to record the program (normal recording, the VCR Plus+ GOLD system recording, etc.), program data (date, channel, recording start time, etc.) is stored in the memory of the SmartFile label. The SmartFile label can contain up to 12 programs’ data. When the number of the stored programs goes over 12, the oldest program data is erased from the SmartFile list. However, a program which lasts less than about 15 minutes in EP mode or about 5 minutes in SP mode cannot be stored in the memory. When you record a program on the SmartFile tape which already contains program data, see “Recording after locating the Blank Time space” on page47.
Tip • You can protect a recorded program from accidental over-recording or erasure (see page 61). Note • If you press X PAUSE one or more times during recording, thereby creating short lengths of recorded time between such pauses, program data may not be stored in the SmartFile label.


To check the information of a recorded program Press SMARTFILE. The SmartFile search list appears. The recording day of the week, start time, channel, date, station ID, recording time, and tape speed appear on the list. The longest space which doesn’t have any program data (Blank Time space) appears as “BLANK TIME”.
Initial and latest dates of use for this SmartFile tape Channel
8/10/99~8/10/99 BLANK TIME TUE 2 : 3 0 PM CH 8 X YZ

Day of the week Recording start time

p.1 5H 30M 8 / 10 0 H 3 0 M EP

Date Tape speed Recording time Station ID



Estimated position of the recorded program continued


SmartFile Function

SmartFile Function


Recording using the SmartFile function (continued)
Tips • The station ID appears on the TV screen only when you complete Smart Channel Mapping and the VCR receives the program information signal (see page 54 of the supplied hookup/setup manual). • When the VCR receives the program information signal, the program name may appear in place of the day of the week, recording start time and channel. • You can manually name a recorded program and select the category. You can also name the SmartFile tape (see page 56). Notes • If you don’t set the clock or the clock isn’t set to the correct time, the initial and latest dates of use for the SmartFile, the recording date and day of the week, and the recording start time won’t be stored correctly on the SmartFile list. • When you record a program using the normal recording mode while CABLE MOUSE is set to ON in the CABLE BOX CONTROL menu, the channel number is stored as “CH– – –”. • When you set AUTO TAPE SPEED to ON in the ADVANCED OPTIONS menu, and the tape speed automatically changes from SP to EP during recording, the VCR displays the entire recording time converted in SP mode to the SmartFile list. • The recording time length in the SmartFile list is an estimation and may be slightly different from the actual recorded time length.

Recording after locating the Blank Time space
The SmartFile function identifies not only the largest amount of available blank space, but also recorded material that doesn’t have corresponding program data stored in the SmartFile label. The longest available recording space (including programs that are not stored on the SmartFile label) is referred to as “Blank Time space”. You can locate the beginning of the Blank Time space for recording. If there is a recorded program after the Blank Time space, the VCR will record over that program unless you stop recording. If there is a program you want to prevent from being recorded over or erased, protect that program before you start recording another program (see page 61). Before you start… • Turn on your TV and set it to the video channel.


SMARTFILE Cursor stick M/m OK

1 2

Insert a SmartFile tape with its safety tab in place. The VCR turns on and the SMARTFILE indicator lights up. Press SMARTFILE. The SmartFile search list appears on the TV screen. The Blank Time space appears in the “BLANK TIME” row. The BLANK indicator lights up and the Blank Time space also appears in the display window.
8/10/99~8/16/99 BLANK TIME MON 6 : 3 0 PM CH 1 6 FRI TUE START 8 : 0 0 PM 2 : 3 0 PM

12 8

p.1 1H 48M 8 / 16 0 H 3 0 M SP 8 / 13 0 H 5 0 M SP 8 / 10 0 H 3 0 M EP END


Move the cursor stick M/m to select BLANK TIME. BLANK TIME is on page 1 of the SmartFile search list.

8/10/99~8/16/99 BLANK TIME MON 6 : 3 0 PM CH 1 6 FRI TUE START 8 : 0 0 PM 2 : 3 0 PM


p.1 1H 48M 8 / 16

12 8

0 H 3 0 M SP 8 / 13 0 H 5 0 M SP 8 / 10 0 H 3 0 M EP END


46 SmartFile Function

SmartFile Function



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