[Importer/Exporter]

Make the settings for import and export.

[AVCHD]

Set faster seeking of AVCHD files.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [AVCHD].

3) Set each item.

[Use Accel. Seek]

Set faster seeking of AVCHD files. To speed up seeking, check this item first, and then check the following items if necessary.

[Create Seek Information in Background]

Collect the time stamp information of AVCHD files at idling to speed up the seek.

[Save Seek Information to File]

Save the seek information as a reusable file.

[Get timecode from Picture Timing SEI]

Check this item to acquire the timecode information from Picture Timing SEI.

4) Click [OK].

[Audio CD/DVD]

Make the setting for importing video or audio from CD/DVD disk.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [Audio CD/DVD].

3) Set each item.

[File Settings]

Set the name for saving files imported from Audio CD or DVD (DVD-Video, DVD-VR).

[Set File Names Automatically.]

Automatically generate the file name by combining the current date/time and track number.

[Set File Names from Base File Name and Track Name.]

Automatically generate the file name by combining the base file name and track number. Check this item to enable input of [Base Name].

[Audio CD Settings]

Lower the audio level at import in dB units from the original volume.

[DVD Video Settings]

Specify the dividing method at capture operation. Normally, select [At each Program].

[DVD-VR Settings]

Specify the dividing method at capture operation. Normally, select [At each Program].

Select [At each Cell] to divide the file into small units. This, however, may create MPEG files that sometimes cannot be played back (incompatible with the MPEG standard) when they are imported depending on the stream.

4) Click [OK].

[Still Image]

Make the settings for exporting still images.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [Still Image].

3) Set each item.

[Capture Field]

Though highest quality images are [Frame], rapid-moving images sometimes are blurred into vertical comb-like stripes. If this happens, select [Upper Field] or [Lower Field].

To output in a display method set in the pause field, select [Follow pause field setting].

Switching the Screen Display when Stopping Playback

[Filtering]

Compensate for deteriorated image quality when [Upper Field] or [Lower Field] is selected at [Capture Field]. [Motion Only] is suitable for partially blurred images, and [Full Screen] is suitable for completely blurred images.

[Adjust Aspect]

The aspect ratio differs for moving images handled in editing and still images handled on the PC. Check this item to adjust the aspect ratio when displaying on a PC screen.

[File Type]

Set the default file format for saving still images.

4) Click [OK].

[GF]

Set the reference folder when source files in GF devices are imported from the source browser window.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [GF].

3) Set each item.

[Source Folders]

This is the list of references that is displayed in the source browser folder view.

GF sources can be handled as clips by the source browser by copying them to the hard disk with the folder structure in the device held intact.

Click [Add] to set the reference folder. To delete a reference folder that has been set, select the folder and click [Delete].

4) Click [OK].

[GXF]

Set the connections of FTP servers when outputting in the GXF format.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [GXF].

3) Set each item.

[Server List]

Display a list of addresses of FTP servers set as export destinations.

[Add]

Click this item to display the [FTP setting] dialog box for adding connection servers.

[FTP setting] Dialog Box

[Delete]

Delete servers from [Server List].

[Modify]

Change the server settings.

[Move Up]/[Move Down]

Sort the servers.

Select a server from [Server List] and move the selected server one place up or down with each click of [Move Up] or [Move Down].

[Settings]

Display the settings of the connection selected in [Server List].

4) Click [OK].

[FTP setting] Dialog Box

[Name]

Enter the name set for the server.

[Address]

Enter the IP address or server name of the FTP server.

[PortNo]

Enter the port number. The default port number is 21.

[Directory]

Enter the directory name of the export destination.

[Username]/[Password]

Enter the user name and password required when making the connection.

[Connection Test]

Click this item to test the connection to the FTP server using the currently entered user name and password.

[RED]

GPU Settings

By utilizing GPU, you can decode RED source data in high-speed.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [RED] → [GPU].

3) Set each item.

[GPU Mode]

Selects the GPU process method.

GPU list

Shows available GPU when [OpenCL] or [CUDA] is selected for [GPU Mode]. Check GPU to be used.

4) Click [OK].

RED Browser Settings

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [RED] → [Browser].

3) Set each item.

[Source Folders]

This is the list of references that is displayed in the source browser folder view.

RED sources can be handled as clips on the source browser by copying them to the hard disk with the folder structure in the device held intact.

Click [Add] to set the reference folder. To delete a reference folder that has been set, select the folder and click [Delete].

4) Click [OK].

[Infinity]

Set the reference folder when source files in Infinity devices are imported from the source browser window.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [Infinity].

3) Set each item.

[Source Folders]

This is the list of references that is displayed in the source browser folder view.

Infinity sources can be handled as clips by the source browser by copying them to the hard disk with the folder structure in the device held intact.

Click [Add] to set the reference folder. To delete a reference folder that has been set, select the folder and click [Delete].

4) Click [OK].

[K2 (FTP)]

K2 (FTP) FTP Server Settings

Set up FTP server connections before importing sources on the K2 Media server.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [K2 (FTP)] → [FTP Server].

3) Set each item.

[Server List]

This is the list of K2 Media servers that is displayed in the source browser folder view.

[Add]

Click this item to display the [FTP setting] dialog box for adding connection servers.

[FTP setting] Dialog Box

[Delete]

Delete servers from [Server List].

[Modify]

Change the server settings.

[Move Up]/[Move Down]

Sort the list.

Select a server from [Server List] and move the selected server one place up or down with each click of [Move Up] or [Move Down].

[Setting]

Display the settings of the connection selected in [Server List].

4) Click [OK].

[FTP setting] Dialog Box

[Name]

Enter the name of the server to display in the folder view.

[Address]

Enter the address of the server.

[Folder]

The address of the bin is entered. Normally, there is no need to change the frame rate.

[Username]/[Password]

Enter the user name and password required when making the connection.

[Connection Test]

Click this item to test the connection to the FTP server using the currently entered user name and password.

K2 (FTP) Browser Settings

Set items that are allowed when connecting to the K2 Media server.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [K2 (FTP)] → [Browser].

3) Set each item.

[Multi Connection/Multi Conversion]

[Max Number of Connections]

Set the maximum number of clips to be downloaded simultaneously from the K2 Media server. When [Allow Multiple Connections to the Same Server.] is checked, the same server can be connected to simultaneously.

[Max Number of Conversions]

Set the maximum number of clips to be converted simultaneously.

[Allows Users to Rename/Delete Clips.]

Check this item to enable changes to and deletion of clips in the server.

4) Click [OK].

[MPEG]

Set faster seeking of MPEG files.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [MPEG].

3) Set each item.

[Use Accel. Seek]

Set faster seeking of MPEG files. To speed up seeking, check this item first, and then check the following items if necessary.

[Create Seek Information in Background]

Collect the time stamp information of MPEG files at idling to speed up the seek.

[Save Seek Information to File]

Save the seek information as a reusable file.

[A/V Synchronization Using PTS]

Check this item to use the PTS (time stamp information) for synchronization of audio and video.

[Get Timecode from GOP Header]

Some MPEG files may have timecode information in their header. Check this item to use timecode information.

4) Click [OK].

[MXF]

MXF FTP Server Settings

Set the connections of FTP servers when outputting in the MXF format.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [MXF] → [FTP Server].

3) Set each item.

4) Click [OK].

MXF Decoder Settings

You can set the layer and downsample coefficient to be decoded when importing MXF files in the JPEG2000 format.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [MXF] → [Decoder].

3) Set each item.

[Quality]

Specify a layer to decode.

[High]

Decode all layers.

[Middle]

Decode half of the layers.

[Low]

Decode single layer.

[Downsampling Ratio]

Specify a downsample (scaling) coefficient at decoding.

4) Click [OK].

[P2]

P2 Browser Settings

Set the reference folder when source files in P2 devices are imported from the source browser window.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [P2] → [Browser].

3) Set each item.

[Source Folders]

This is the list of references that is displayed in the source browser folder view.

P2 sources can be handled as clips by the source browser by copying them to the hard disk with the folder structure in the device held intact.

Click [Add] to set the reference folder. To delete a reference folder that has been set, select the folder and click [Delete].

4) Click [OK].

[Removable Media]

Set the reference folder when source files in removable media are imported from the source browser window.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [Removable Media].

3) Set each item.

[Source Folders]

This is the list of references that is displayed in the source browser folder view.

Source files can be handled as clips by the source browser by copying them to the local disk (hard disk) with the folder structure in the media held intact.

Click [Add] to set the reference folder. To delete a reference folder that has been set, select the folder and click [Delete].

4) Click [OK].

[XDCAM EX]

Set the reference folder when source files in XDCAM EX devices are imported from the source browser window.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [XDCAM EX].

3) Set each item.

[Source Folders]

This is the list of references that is displayed in the source browser folder view.

Source files can be handled as clips by the source browser by copying them to the local disk (hard disk) with the folder structure in the device held intact.

Click [Add] to set the reference folder. To delete a reference folder that has been set, select the folder and click [Delete].

4) Click [OK].

[XDCAM]

XDCAM Connection Settings

Set up FTP server connections before downloading and importing XDCAM sources from the server.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [XDCAM] → [FTP Server].

3) Set each item.

[Server List]

This is the list of XDCAM servers that is displayed in the source browser folder view.

[Add]

Click this item to display the [FTP setting] dialog box for adding connection servers.

[FTP setting] Dialog Box

[Delete]

Delete servers from [Server List].

[Modify]

Change the server settings.

[Move Up]/[Move Down]

Sort the list.

Select a server from [Server List] and move the selected server one place up or down with each click of [Move Up] or [Move Down].

[Settings]

Display the settings of the connection selected in [Server List].

4) Click [OK].

[FTP setting] Dialog Box

[Name]

Enter the name of the server to display in the folder view.

[Address]

Enter the IP address or server name of the FTP server.

[Username]/[Password]

Enter the user name and password required when making the connection.

[Directory]

Select a directory type from the list.

[Connection Test]

Click this item to test the connection to the FTP server using the currently entered user name and password.

XDCAM Importer Settings

Set whether to use high-resolution audio to edit proxy.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [XDCAM] → [Importer].

3) Set each item.

[When proxy is edited, high-resolution audio is used if available.(VFAM drive only)]

For data on VFAM drive, use high-resolution audio data to edit proxy.

4) Click [OK].

XDCAM Browser Settings

Set the clip type, clip name and other settings when clips are imported before importing XDCAM sources.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [XDCAM] → [Browser].

3) Set each item.

[Download]

Select the data (proxy/high-resolution) to be downloaded from the source browser.

Importing from XDCAM Devices

Importing XDCAM Sources from a Server

Downloading XDCAM Sources and Simultaneously Placing Them on the Timeline

[When Transfer to Bin]

Select the data to be downloaded when transferring to the bin. Select [All] to download both high-resolution and proxy.

[When Add to Timeline]

Select the data to be downloaded when placing clips on the timeline. Select [All] to download both high-resolution and proxy.

[Source Folders]

This is the list of references that is displayed in the source browser folder view.

XDCAM sources can be handled as clips by the source browser by copying them to the hard disk with the folder structure in the device held intact.

Click [Add] to set the reference folder. To delete a reference folder that has been set, select the folder and click [Delete].

[Thumbnail]

Set whether to display thumbnails in the clip list in the source browser.

[Show Thumbnails when Connecting to FTP]

Display thumbnails when making a connection to the FTP server.

[Show Thumbnails when Connecting to XDCAM Drive]

Display thumbnails when making a connection to the XDCAM device.

[Register Name]

Select the name to register to the bin from [Clip Title] or [Clip Name].

4) Click [OK].

[XF]

Set the reference folder when source files in XF devices are imported from the source browser window.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [XF].

3) Set each item.

[Source Folders]

This is the list of references that is displayed in the source browser folder view.

XF sources can be handled as clips by the source browser by copying them to the hard disk with the folder structure in the device held intact.

Click [Add] to set the reference folder. To delete a reference folder that has been set, select the folder and click [Delete].

4) Click [OK].

[Datacam]

Set the reference folder when source files in Datacam devices are imported from the source browser window.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [Datacam].

3) Set each item.

[Source Folders]

This is the list of references that is displayed in the source browser folder view.

Datacam sources can be handled as clips on the source browser by copying them to the hard disk with the folder structure in the device held intact.

Click [Add] to set the reference folder. To delete a reference folder that has been set, select the folder and click [Delete].

4) Click [OK].

[Dolby Digital]

Make the settings for exporting Dolby Digital.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [Dolby Digital].

3) Set each item.

[Dynamic Range Control]

Set the operation mode of the dynamic range when Dolby Digital Professional and Dolby Digital Plus are imported.

4) Click [OK].

[K2 (SAN)]

K2 (SAN) Project Importer Settings

K2 Project Importer Settings

K2 (SAN) Server Settings

K2 Server (SAN) Settings

K2 (SAN) Browser Settings

Browser Settings

[Mync]

Set the details of Mync displayed on the source browser.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [Mync].

3) Set each item.

[Folder]

[Show "All Clips"]

Check this item to display the [All Clips] folder of Mync on the source browser.

[Show "Favorites"]

Check this item to display the [Favorites] folder of Mync on the source browser.

[Thumbnail]

[Show hidden clips]

Check this item to display the clips hidden on Mync as thumbnails on the source browser.

4) Click [OK].

[Title Browser]

Set the browser to be used for system integration with a third party telopper product.

[QuickTime]

Use QuickTime for Windows to configure settings to use 3GP, 3G2, M4V, and other MOV files.

This is displayed only when QuickTime for Windows has been installed.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [QuickTime].

3) Set each item.

[Enable QuickTime Importer]

Sources in the format described in Restrictions after Uninstallation of QuickTime can be used.

Restrictions after Uninstallation of QuickTime

4) Click [OK].

[Cinema RAW]

GPU Settings

By utilizing GPU, you can decode the data in Cinema RAW or Cinema RAW Light format with high-speed.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [Cinema RAW] → [GPU].

3) Check GPU to be used.

4) Click [OK].

Cinema RAW Browser Settings

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [Cinema RAW] → [Browser].

3) Set each item.

[Source Folders]

This is the list of references that is displayed in the source browser folder view.

Cinema RAW or Cinema RAW Light sources can be handled as clips in the source browser by copying them to the hard disk with the folder structure in the device held intact.

Click [Add] to set the reference folder. To delete a reference folder that has been set, select the folder and click [Delete].

4) Click [OK].

[HEVC]

By utilizing hardware supporting the Quick Sync Video, you can decode the data with the video compression standards HEVC (H.265) with high-speed.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [HEVC].

3) Set each item.

[Use Hardware decoder]

Check this item to use hardware decoding such as Quick Sync Video.

4) Click [OK].

[Sony RAW]

GPU Settings

By utilizing GPU, you can decode the data in Sony RAW format with high-speed.

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [Sony RAW] → [GPU].

3) Check GPU to be used.

4) Click [OK].

Sony RAW Browser Settings

1) Click [Settings] on the menu bar, and click [System Settings].

2) Click the [Importer/Exporter] tree, and click [Sony RAW] → [Browser].

3) Set each item.

[Source Folders]

This is the list of references that is displayed in the source browser folder view.

Sony RAW sources can be handled as clips in the source browser by copying them to the hard disk with the folder structure in the device held intact.

Click [Add] to set the reference folder. To delete a reference folder that has been set, select the folder and click [Delete].

4) Click [OK].

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