To Save an Event from Live Record

You can replay a clip instantly from a live recording. A playout channel must be in Live EE recording mode to be able to replay an event.

  1. Put the playout channels you want to use for a replay event in Live Record mode. Refer to To Put a Playout Channel in Live Record (EE) Mode for information on live record mode.
  2. Mark the clip when something interesting happens. You can either mark the point of interest (POI), end of the event (end-point), or start of the event (in-point). The remaining points are automatically marked according to the Auto-Mark In/Out point from the User Setup menu.
    • Point of Interest — press POI to mark a POI at the current timecode for all cameras. You can also press SAVE to store the event to the clip register.
      Tip: If you know the timecode of the event you want to replay, you can enter the new timecode in the ENTRY field and press GOTO TC to jump to that timecode.
    • Out-Point — press OUT to mark the out-point (end) of the event for all cameras.
      Tip: You can set the out point based on the live record when in Playback mode by holding and pressing OUT. This marks the out point at the current timecode of the live record (not the playback video).
    • In-Point — press IN to mark the in-point (start) of the event for all cameras.
  3. Manually adjust the in-point and out-point as required. The playout channel goes into Playback mode once you adjust the clip.
    • In-Point — press GOTO IN (the IN button turns red) and use the rotary dial to select the new point and press IN to mark it.
    • Point of Interest — press GOTO POI (the POI button turns red) and use the rotary dial to select the new point and press POI to mark it.
    • Out-Point — press GOTO OUT (the OUT button turns red) and use the rotary dial to select the new point and press OUT to mark it.
    Tip: You can also press , , , , or buttons to fine-tune the points.
  4. Play the clip back at the desired speed.
    • Normal Speed — press to play the clip at normal speed.
    • T-Bar — move the T-bar to play the clip at a dynamic variable speed. The further you move the T-bar, the faster the clip plays. You can set the play speed of either limit from the User Setup menu.
    • Variable Speed 1 — press and hold DISABLE and move the T-bar to the speed you want to play the clip at and release the button, or enter the speed manually with the keyboard. The speed is shown in the SPEED PRESET field at the bottom right of the menu. Press VAR PLAY to play the clip at the variable speed.
    • Variable Speed 2/3 — press VAR 2, or SHIFT+VAR 2 (variable speed 3) to set the speed and press VAR PLAY to play the clip.
    Tip: Press LOOP to turn looping on and have the clip seek back to the in-point when it reaches the out-point. When looping is active the icon is shown at the top of the border around the playout channel.
  5. Press SAVE to save the clip to the Clip Register.

    All camera angles are stored to the Clip Register.