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Sony MODEM CARD(PCI) part number 176131411 or 1-761-314-11 Compatible with: PCV-j100 PCV-l640 PCV-r553ds PCV-r558ds PCV-r556ds

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audunmb 2:53pm on Friday, October 8th, 2010 
This one is now our "backUP". With 3 24port POE noisy switches running, one needs a boxed backup for the inevitable failure. They work. They were replacements for other mice that had died none Plan on getting a second for a new computer...
infi_gaurav 4:31pm on Saturday, August 14th, 2010 
Windows XP Home Edition operating system is Windows XP that is intended for home users. Basically. Windows XP Professional is ideal for those who still have no Operating System installed on your computer. I use and not exchanged for another!
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I installed Windows XP Pro on two computers - one with a Pentium IV 3.0 HT and one with an Amd XP 2900+ I started from OEM hard drives (unformatted). Microsoft Windows XP Professional is a wonderful operating system to work with. I have been using it for several years and I am very pleased.
qweiqe67565 8:03am on Friday, August 6th, 2010 
Operating system seems more stable then older Windows System The upgrade does not work Great GUI, easy to navigate, great plug and play USB difficulty
hysanmon 5:48pm on Tuesday, July 13th, 2010 
Im tired of hearing all the linix, unix, mac fanboys say its horrable. Directions for installation were good, no trouble installing. Was used to 98SE and just have to get used to the differences.
kevFrance 6:46am on Monday, July 12th, 2010 
Stability and Durability 3Ease of Use 3Speed ...  Speed is exceptional, Stability and Durability is also okay. Ease of Use is lacking. windows is a very good os. windows is very p...  compatible to most hardware viruses can be a problem
JACKS478 3:33am on Friday, May 7th, 2010 
Worth getting, but be sure you have MS& 7 Home Premium. Easy To Install Enjoy using this mouse. It makes using my new netbook easier/more fun. I particularly like the size, not too big/not too small.
asdasdasd 11:22pm on Monday, March 22nd, 2010 
Well, what can I say it works fine, and lacks...  compatible, stable easily becomes unstable, activation is impossible, and security is a joke it isnt worth buying...  its ok compared to home edition linux is way better

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MD Editor 2

On-line Manual

1999 by Sony Corporation
Duplication of any or all of the contents of this software and instruction manual or lending of this software to third parties without the express permission of the copyright holder is strictly prohibited by copyright law. Sony cannot be held liable in any way for monetary losses, lost profits or claims from third parties arising from the use of this software. Should any manufacturing defects occur, Sonys responsibility shall be limited solely to replacing said defective merchandise. This software is approved for use only with the specified equipment. Sony reserves the right to change software specifications without prior notice.
Program 1999 Sony Corporation Documentation 1999 Sony Corporation 1999 Sony Corporation All right reserved.
MD Editor 2, PictureGear and VAIO are the registered trademarks of Sony Corporation. Microsoft, MS-DOS and Windows are the registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. IBM and PC/AT are the registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. Macintosh is the registrated trademark of Apple Computer Inc. Adobe and Adobe Acrobat Reader are the trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Other companies and product names are the trademarks or the registered trademarks of each company.

Table of contents

Preparation Installing the software. 4 Installing the MD Editor 2. 4 Installing the Label Maker. 5 Setting up the On-line Manual. 5 Installing the Adobe Acrobat Reader.. 6 Uninstalling the software. 6 Starting up the software. 7 Starting up the software for the first time. 8 Starting up the software for the second and subsequent times.. 8 Names and functions of screen.. 9 Main Bar.. 9 Tool Bar.. 10 MD Bar.. 11 MD Window.. 12 CD Bar... 15 CD Window. 16 PC CD Bar.. 19 PC CD Window.. 20 CD to MD Window. 22 PC CD to MD Window. 22 Quitting the software. 23 Operating an MD Listening to an MD.. 24 Listening to an MD using the MD Bar. 24 Listening to an MD using the MD Window.. 24 Assigning names to MDs. 25 Assigning a disc (or track) name. 25 To use the text data input by other application.. 26 Recording from a CD to an MD. 27 Recording from a CD to an MD.. 27 Settings for recording from a CD in the CD-ROM drive. 29 Editing recorded MDs.. 31 Moving recorded tracks (MOVE function).. 31 Dividing recorded tracks (DIVIDE function). 33 Combining recorded tracks (COMBINE function). 34 Erasing a part of a track (A-B ERASE function). 35 Erasing recordings (ERASE function). 37 Operating a CD Listening to a CD. 39 Listening to a CD using the CD or PC CD Bar. 39 Listening to a CD using the CD or PC CD Window.. 39 Assigning names to CDs. 40 Creating labels About the Label Maker. 42 Starting up the Label Maker. 42 Creating labels with Label Maker. 43 Additional Information Troubleshooting.. 48 Index.. 50

Preparation

Installing the software
Use this procedure to install this software onto your computers hard disc. Set the computer to the operation mode before proceeding.
Installing the MD Editor 2
Insert the supplied CD-ROM into the computer. The MD Editor2 & PictureGear Label Maker Set Up dialog box appears. If the dialog box does not appear, double-click Install in the CDROM folder.
Click Set up MD Editor 2. Follow the instructions that appear in the display to install the application. Click Finish. Control returns to the MD Editor2 & PictureGear Label Maker Set Up dialog box.
A folder is created as a result of the installation. This folder is used by the software. Do not erase, move, or change its contents.
Installing the Label Maker
When installing version 4.0 of PictureGear Label Maker, if an older version already exists in your computer, the older version will be overwritten by version 4.0.
Click Set up PictureGear Label Maker in the MD Editor2 & PictureGear Label Maker Set Up dialog box. Follow the instructions that appear in the display to install the application.

If you restarted your computer by selecting Yes, I want to restart my computer now in the dialog box that appeared at the end of the Label Maker installation, you should double-click Install in the CD-ROM folder to set up the on-line manual or install the Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Setting up the On-line Manual
English version of on-line manual is automarically installed when you install MD Editor 2. To install another language version, do the procedure below to overwrite the English version with the language version that you select.
Select the language in the MD Editor2 & PictureGear Label Maker Set Up dialog box. Click Set up the on-line manual. Follow the instructions that appear in the display to set up the online manual.
Installing the Adobe Acrobat Reader
You must install the Adobe Acrobat Reader in your computer in order to open the on-line manual.
Click Set up Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 [English]. Follow the instructions that appear in the display to install the application.
After you have completed installation, click EXIT and remove the CD-ROM.
Uninstalling the software
If you do not need the MD Editor 2, Label Maker, or Adobe Acrobat Reader, uninstall the software as follows:
Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel. Double-click Add/Remove Programs. The Add/Remove Programs Properties dialog box appears. Select and click MD Editor 2, PictureGear Label Maker 4.0, or Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 from the program list below. Click Add/Remove. The Confirm File Deletion dialog box appears. Click Yes. Uninstaller starts up and the software selected in step 3 is deleted automatically.
If you uninstalled the Label Maker from the computer in which the PictureGear software is already installed, it become impossible to print labels through the PictureGear as well. If this happens, uninstall the PictureGear, and then reinstall it.

Starting up the software

If the softwares listed below are already installed in your computer, do not start them up while the MD Editor 2 is active. Softwares for controlling the MD deck

MD Editor

MD Editor (VAIO) Media Bar Media Communicator
Supplied with the PCLK-MD1 personal computer connecting kit, or the MD deck MDS-PC1 which includes a personal computer connecting kit. Supplied with Sony VAIO personal computers. Supplied with Sony VAIO personal computers. Supplied in the PCLK-PX1 and other kits for connecting an MD deck to a personal computer.
Starting up the MD Editor 2 with any of these programs active will result in a malfunction.
If you are using several CD-ROM drives, you may need to select the drive to be used for playing music CDs before starting up MD Editor 2. Selecting the CD-ROM drive 1 On the desk top, double-click My Computer, double-click Control Panel, and then double-click Multimedia to display the Multimedia Properties window. 2 Click the CD Music tab and select the CD-ROM drive to be used for music CD playback.

Starting up the software for the first time
/ Click Start, point to Programs, point to MD Editor 2, and then click MD Editor 2.
This software is then started and the MD Editor 2 Main Bar appears. When you start the software, the following display appears:
If a dialog appears instead of the Main Bar, select a serial port.
On the serial port selection dialog box, select one of options COM1, COM2, COM3, and COM4 that is available for your computer. Also check that the MD deck is connected to the serial port you selected.
Set up the serial port that is to be used for this kit so that it is unavailable to the other software. To verify that the serial ports of your computer are enabled, call the vendor of your computer.
Starting up the software for the second and subsequent times
The software is started and the MD Editor 2 Main Bar appears.
Be sure to quit MD Editor 2 before turning off the MD deck. Do not use a bi-directional remote while MD Editor 2 is active. If an MD Editor 2-compatible component other than a CD player is connected to the MD deck through the monaural (2P) mini-plug cord, do not use any of the controls other than the volume control while the MD deck is active. Using these controls may result in a malfunction.
Names and functions of screen

Main Bar

This bar is referred to as the MD Bar (page 11) if the function that is selected on 2 Function name display is MD, as the CD Bar (page 15) if CD is selected, and as the PC CD Bar (page 19) if CD-ROM drive of a computer is selected.
1 SONY logo Drag with the left mouse button to move the Main Bar up and down. Right-click to pop up a menu. 2 Function name display Click to display and select a function. You can select one from CD, MD, and PCCD. 3 Tool Bar switch Click to show and hide the Tool Bar (page 10). 4 Help button Click to open Help. 5 Exit button Click to exit MD Editor 2.

Tool Bar

To show the Tool Bar, click the Tool Bar switch (page 9) on the Main Bar. When you click an icon on the Tool Bar, the active function is switched and the corresponding window appears on the screen. Note that you can open only one Tool Bar window at a time.
1 CD icon Click to display the CD Window (page 16). 2 MD icon Click to display the MD Window (page 12). 3 PC CD icon Click to display the PC CD Window (page 20). 4 CD to MD icon Click to display the CD to MD Window (page 22). 5 PC CD to MD icon Click to display the PC CD to MD Window (page 22).

MD Bar

To show the MD Bar, select MD in the Function name display (page 9) on the Main Bar. Use this bar to operate an MD in the MD deck (page 24).
1 Disc number/Disc name display Shows the disc name of the MD currently inserted in the MD deck. 2 Track number/Track name display Click to select a track you are going to play. 3 Time display Shows the playback time of the current track. 4 MD operation button : Play button : Pause button : Stop button : AMS* (PREV, NEXT) button

1 Display switching button (when connectiong a CD changer only) Click to alternate the display on the 5 Disc information display between the 5-disc display mode and 1-disc display mode. 2 Reload button Click to show the information about the CD currently inserted in the CD player on the 4 Track name display and 5 Disc information display.
3 CD operation panel : AMS* (PREV, NEXT) button Operable during play. : Reverse/Fast forward button : Play button : Pause button : Stop button
4 Track name display Click a track number to select the track. Left-click a track name to rename the track. Right-click a track name to save the currently displayed text information as a CSV (Comma Separated Value) formatted file. This file can be opened by spreadsheet software for use as a personal database. 5 Disc information display Indicates either 5-disc or 1-disc display mode. If a CD changer is connected to the MD deck, a 5-disc display mode appears in the display.
5-disc display mode 1-disc display mode
a CD disc icon Click to select all the track names. b Disc Name display Click to rename the disc.

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c Time display in the 1-disc display mode to select a time display Click mode. Display mode Total Time Elapsed Time Track Remain What is displayed The total playing time of all tracks on the CD. The elapsed playing time of the current track. The remaining playing time of the current track.
Only Total Time is shown in the 5-disc display mode. 6 Quit button Click to close the CD Window.

PC CD Bar

To show the PC CD Bar, select PCCD in the Function name display (page 9) on the Main Bar. Use this bar to operate a CD in the CD-ROM drive of your computer (page 39).
1 Disc number/Disc name display Shows the disc name of the CD currently inserted in the CD-ROM drive of your computer. 2 Track number/Track name display Click to select a track you are going to play. 3 Time display Shows the playback time of the current track. 4 CD operation buttons : Play button : Pause button : Stop button : AMS* (PREV, NEXT) button

PC CD Window

To show the PC CD Window, click the PC CD icon on the Tool Bar (page 10). Use this window to operate a CD in the CD-ROM drive of your computer (page 39).
1 Reload button Click to show the information about the CD currently inserted in the CD-ROM drive on the 3 Track name display and 4 Disc information display. 2 CD operation panel : EJECT button Inoperable depending on the type of CD-ROM drive. : AMS* (PREV, NEXT) button Operable during play. : Reverse/Fast forward button : Play button : Pause button : Stop button

3 Track name display Click a track number to select the track. Left-click a track name to rename the track. Right-click a track name to save the currently displayed text information as a CSV (Comma Separated Value) formatted file. This file can be opened by spreadsheet software for use as a personal database. 4 Disc information display
a CD disc icon Click to select all the track names. b Disc Name display Click to rename the disc. c Time display to select a time display mode. Click Display mode Total Time Elapsed Time Track Remain What is displayed The total playing time of all tracks on the CD. The elapsed playing time of the current track. The remaining playing time of the current track.
5 Quit button Click to close the PC CD Window.

CD to MD Window

To show the CD to MD Window, click the CD to MD icon on the Tool Bar. Use this window to record from a CD in the CD player to an MD in the MD deck.

PC CD to MD Window

To show the PC CD to MD Window, click the PC CD to MD icon on the Tool Bar. Use this window to record from a CD in the CD-ROM drive to an MD in the MD deck.

Quitting the software

/ Click on the Main Bar (page 9).
The message How do you quit MD Editor2 ? appears in the display. Click Power OFF if you want to turn the MD decks power off as quitting, Exit if you want to leave the MD decks power on, or Cancel if you want to cancel quitting.

Operating an MD

Listening to an MD
Listening to an MD using the MD Bar
Show the MD Bar. Click Track number/Track name display on the MD Bar. A list of tracks in the MD appears. Click the track you want to play from the track list box. Playback starts at the track you clicked.
Listening to an MD using the MD Window
Open the MD Window. A list of tracks in the MD appears. Click the track number of the track you want to play from the Track Name display. Double-clicking the track number starts the playback of the track. Click in the MD Window (valid only when you clicked a track number in step 2). Playback starts at the track you clicked in step 2.

Assigning names to MDs

You can only input alphanumeric characters and the following symbols: !"#$%&'()*+,./:;<=>?@_` If an MD encoded with the letters other than those above is played back, the correct letters will not be displayed. If the discs write protect tab is set to protect, character input, recording, editing etc., will not be possible. Slide the record-protect tab so that recording is possible.
Assigning a disc (or track) name
Open the MD Window. Click Disc Name display (or Track Name display) on the MD (or track) to which you want to assign a name. You are ready to enter disc (or track) names. Input the desired name. You can cut and paste an existing string using the menu which appears when you right-click in the edit mode. Press the Enter key. The disc (or track) name you entered is saved and you are ready to enter another track name.

To use the text data input by other application
If you input track name beforehand using other text editing software, you can assign all names with one copy and paste operation.
Input the track name by using other text editing softwares. Delimit each name by pressing the Enter key on the computers keyboard. (ex.) track 3 name <Enter> track 4 name <Enter> track 5 name <Enter> : track 8 name <Enter> Select all text and copy it into the clipboard. The actions you must take in this step varies according to the text editing software you use. For the procedure to copy text, refer to the instruction manual for the text editing software. Click the Track Name display on the track to which you want to assign a name. You are ready to enter track names. Click the third track name if you entered track names as shown in (ex.). Select Paste from the displayed edit menu by right-clicking. The track names are pasted in the same way as they are entered with the text editing software. In the example given above, from the third track name to the eighth track name are entered in the same way as they are entered with the text editing software.
More than 255 letters cannot be input in a track.
Recording from a CD to an MD
If the discs write protect tab is set to protect, character input, recording, editing, etc., will not be possible. Slide the record-protect tab so that recording is possible. Before recording, click all the MD icons to be recorded. The TOC information necessary for recording will be read. You cannot click any icon on the Tool Bar while the MD Editor 2 is recording on an MD. To stop recording, click the Stop button.
Adjust the recording level on the MD deck. For details, see the operating instructions supplied with the MD deck. When recording from a CD in the CD-ROM drive, you must first make the proper settings for the playback devices and playback volume. For details see Settings for recording from a CD in the CD-ROM drive on page 29. Open the CD to MD or PC CD to MD Window (page 22). The tracks on the MD and CD appear in each window. During connection of a Sony CD changer with CONTROL A1 (or CONTROL A1) jacks Click the CD you want to play in the Disc Name display.

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Drag the track number of a track you want to record from the Track Name display in the CD or PC CD Window and drop it into the Track Name display or Disc Name display in the MD Window. When dragging and dropping a track to the Track Name display or Disc Name display in the MD Window for the first time, a dialog box showing the selected input selector appears. Check that the correct one is selected. The dropped track is shown in red in the Track Name display or Disc Name display in the MD Window as a candidate for recording. Repeat step 3 if you have another track you want to record. You can also select two or more tracks at a time by clicking the desired track numbers while holding down the Ctrl key. To select all tracks in the CD as candidates, drag and drop the CD disc icon (pages 17, 21) into the Track name display or Disc Name display in the MD Window.

Note The dragging operation is canceled and displays the message Insufficient free recording space if it finds that the track you have just dropped do not fit on a single MD.
Click or Recording starts.

in the MD Window.

Do not activate any music CD software while MD Editor 2 is active. If such an application is already started when you start up MD Editor 2, quit that application. If you record a CD which contains many tracks on the nearly full MD, the message Insufficient free recording space appears in the display and the dragging operation is canceled. If the CD or MD information is not displayed properly after recording, click the Reload button. The information is updated. If the track number or name which has been recorded is displayed in red, restart the MD Editor 2. Otherwise, the MD Editor 2 may not function properly. If several CD-ROM drives are connected, do not change the CD in any of the drives while recording using MD Editor 2. If you do, the recording may be canceled.
Settings for recording from a CD in the CD-ROM drive
When recording from a CD to an MD using the PC CD to MD Window, you should set the playback devices*1 and the playback volume in the Volume Control window*2. Click Volume Control in the folder shown below to display the Volume Control window. For Windows 98 Start menu Programs Accessories Entertainment Volume Control For Windows 95 Start menu Programs Accessories Multimedia Volume Control
Setting for playback devices
This procedure is unnecessary if the MD deck is connected to the PHONES jack on the CD-ROM drive. 1 Display the Volume Control window, click Options, and then click Properties. The Properties window appears. 2 Click Playback and check all the playback devices in Show the following volume controls. 3 Click OK. The Volume Control window appears again. 4 Check Volume Control and Mute*3 for all the devices except CD Audio. The computer is now set up to output only the CD Audio sound. *1 If you change the mixer device in the Properties window, the Volume
Control window may appear with a different name such as Playback Volume. The playback devices that appear here refer to computer components that process audio and music. All the devices in your computer can be seen in Show the following volume controls in step 2. If you change the mixer device in the Properties window, Mute may be appeared as Choice. In this case, check CD Audio and uncheck the other devices.

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Setting the playback volume
When connecting the MD deck to the LINE OUT jack or the PHONES jack on your computer 1 Display the Volume Control window, move the Volume control to the highest position. 2 Adjust the CD volume. When the MD deck is connected to the LINE OUT jack. Move the Volume control for CD Audio to the highest position. When the MD deck is connected to the PHONES jack. Move the Volume control for CD Audio to the center position. 3 Move the Balance control for Volume Control and CD Audio to the center position. When the MD deck is connected to the PHONES jack on the CDROM drive Adjust the volume to the maximum level.
After recording to an MD through the PC CD to MD window, make sure to reset the playback devices in the Volume Control window. If you use the settings for the procedure above, no sound will be output except for CD Audio. The above settings may automatically be modified depending on the software that you use. If such software is installed in your computer, do not activate them while MD Editor 2 is active. A low output level or distortion may occur depending on the computer that you use. If this happens, adjust the output level with the Volume control for CD Audio or Volume Control. When the MD is connected to the PHONES jack on the CD-ROM drive, a high output level may cause distortion. If this happens, adjust the output level with the Volume control for the PHONES jack.

Editing recorded MDs

You cannot undo any edit functions you performed on an MD.
Moving recorded tracks (MOVE function)
You can rearrange the order of tracks on an MD.
Open the MD Window (page 12). Click the track number of the track you want to move from the Track Name display in the MD Window. The track names color you clicked changes.
Note You can move only one track in a single move operation. The move function is disabled if you select more than one track.
Click on the MD operation panel. The MOVE dialog box appears.
To cancel the MOVE function, click
Select the track number of the location you are moving the track to. Click. The selected track is moved to the designated location.
To move a track by dragging
1 Open the MD Window (page 12). 2 Drag the track number of the track you want to move from the Track Name display in the MD Window. 3 Drop it to the desired location.

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To move a track during playback
1 Open the MD Window (page 12). 2 Playback the track you want to move (page 24). 3 Click on the MD operation panel. The MOVE dialog box appears. To cancel the MOVE function, click.
Note Check the track you are going to move in the MOVE dialog box.
4 Select the track number of the location you are moving the track to. 5 Click. The track in playback moves to the designated location.
To deselect a track, click at a blank background in the MD Window. For example, click below the ERASE (trash) button on the MD operation panel.
Dividing recorded tracks (DIVIDE function)
Open the MD Window (page 12). Playback the track you want to divide (page 24). During playback, click on the MD operation panel at the position where you want to divide the track. The position is temporarily set. The DIVIDE dialog box appears, and rehearsal playback starts from the position you clicked.
To cancel the DIVIDE function, click
Adjust the position to divide. Click / in the DIVIDE dialog box. You can shift the dividing position in 1 step (= approximately 0.06 second) increments and can also drag to the left or right for adjustment. Rehearsal playback starts from the shifted position. Click when the rehearsal playback proves satisfactory. The track is divided.
Combining recorded tracks (COMBINE function)
Open the MD Window (page 12). Select two tracks you want to combine from MD Window. Click the track number of the first track, then, while holding down the Ctrl key, click the track number of the latter track.
Note You can select a track and the subsequent track by proceeding to step 3 immediately after selecting one track.
Click on the MD operation panel. The COMBINE dialog box appears. At the same time, the last 2-second part of the first track and the first 2-second part of the latter track are put together, and starts a rehearsal playback of approximately 4 seconds.
To cancel the COMBINE function, click
If the indicated track order is found incorrect, transpose the tracks by clicking or restart the steps starting at step 2 after clicking.

If the displayed tracks are correct, click. The selected tracks are joined. The name of the first track becomes the name of the new track.
Combining the track in playback and the immediately following track
1 Open the MD Window (page 12). 2 Playback the first track (page 24). 3 Click on the MD operation panel. The COMBINE dialog box appears. At the same time, the last 2-second part of the first track and the first 2-second part of the latter track are put together, and starts a rehearsal playback of approximately 4 seconds. To cancel the COMBINE function, click. If the indicated track order is found incorrect, transpose the tracks by clicking or restart the steps starting at step 2 after clicking.
4 If the displayed tracks are correct, click. The selected tracks are joined. The name of the first track becomes the name of the new track.
To deselect a track, click at a blank background in the MD Window. For example, click below the ERASE (trash) button on the MD operation panel. You cannot combine the track in playback with any track other than the one that immediately follows the current track.
Erasing a part of a track (A-B ERASE function)
Open the MD Window (page 12). Playback the track of which you want to erase a part (page 24).

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During playback, click
on the MD operation panel when
the playback of the part you want to erase starts (point A). The starting point (point A) is temporarily set. The A-B ERASE dialog box appears and starts the rehearsal playback of approximately 2 seconds up to point A.
To cancel the A-B ERASE function, click
Adjust the position of point A. Click / in the A-B ERASE dialog box. You can adjust the position in 1 step (= approximately 0.06 second) increments and can also drag to the left or right for adjustment. After the adjustment, click. Playback then starts at point A. Continue playback, or click or to go to the point where you want the erase to stop (point B), and click. The ending point (point B) is temporarily set. Then the 2-second part up to point A and the 2-second part from point B are put together, and a rehearsal playback of approximately 4 seconds starts. Adjust the position of point B. Click / in the A-B ERASE dialog box. You can adjust the position in 1 step (= approximately 0.06 second) increments and can also drag to the left or right for adjustment. After the adjustment, click. The specified A-B part is erased.

Erasing recordings (ERASE function)
Erased tracks cannot be recalled.
Open the MD Window (page 12). Click the track number of the track you want to erase from the Track Name display in the MD Window. When selecting more than one track, click the numbers while holding down the Ctrl key. To erase all tracks, click the MD disc icon (page 14). To erase the current track, skip to step 3, selecting no track.
Click on the MD operation panel. The ERASE dialog box appears.
To cancel the ERASE function, click
If it is ok to erase the track(s), click. The selected track(s) is erased. The current track is erased if no track is selected.

To erase by dragging to

1 Open the MD Window (page 12). 2 Click the track number of the track you want to erase from the Track Name display in the MD Window. When selecting more than one track, click the numbers while holding down the Ctrl key. 3 Drag the selected track(s) into on the MD operation panel. The tracks you selected are all erased.

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Erasing all tracks
You can erase all tracks that are recorded on an MD and all the tracks that are registered with that MD in a single operation. 1 Open the MD Window (page 12). 2 Click the MD disc icon. 3 Drag the MD disc icon (page 14) into panel.

on the MD operation

Operating a CD

Listening to a CD

MD Editor 2 allows you to control a CD player using operations almost identical to those for the CD-ROM drive.
Listening to a CD using the CD or PC CD Bar
Show the CD or PC CD Bar. During connection of a Sony CD changer with CONTROL A1 (or CONTROL A1) jacks Click the Disk number/Disc name display to show a list of the available CDs. Then click the CD that you want to play.
Click Track number/Track name display on the CD Bar. A list of tracks appears. Click the track you want to play from the track list box. Playback starts at the track you clicked.
Listening to a CD using the CD or PC CD Window
Open the CD or PC CD Window. During connection of a Sony CD changer with CONTROL A1 (or CONTROL A1) jacks Click the CD that you want to play in the Disc Name display. A list of the tracks on the CD appears in the Track Name display.
Click the track number of the track you want to play from the Track Name display. Double-clicking the track number starts the playback of the track. Click in the CD or PC CD Window (valid only when you clicked a track number in step 2). Playback starts at the track you clicked in step 2.

Assigning names to CDs

Names assigned to a CD are stored on the computer's hard disc. Those names appear in the display on MD Editor 2 when the CD is inserted. Do the procedure below to assign names to a CD in the CD-ROM drive or CD player.
Open the CD or PC CD Window. Click Disc Name display (or Track Name display) on the CD (or track) to which you want to assign a name. During connection of a Sony CD changer with CONTROL A1 (or CONTROL A1) jacks Click the CD you want to name in the Disc Name display. You are brought into the edit mode in which you can enter disc (or track) names.

Input the desired name. You can cut and paste an existing string using the menu which appears when you right-click in the edit mode. Press the Enter key. The disc (or track) name you entered is saved and you are ready to enter another track name.
Assigned names on a CD are stored in the folder on the computers hard disc. Names appear in the display unless you click the Reload button. Assigned names on a CD are stored in the folder on the computers hard disc. Do not erase, move, or change the contents of this folder. You can view the names you entered here are only from the MD Editor 2; they are not reflected in the CD player. The names you entered from the CD player (Disc memo) are shown only on the CD players display and not reflected in the MD Editor 2. If you assign a name to a CD to which a CD text is assigned, you cannot see the CD text information in the MD Editor 2. To show the CD text information, click the Reload button in the CD or PC CD Window. The disc and track names assigned to the CD disappear when you click the Reload button. CD text information appears in the display only when the connected CD player supports CD text. CD text is not displayed when the CD is inserted in the CD-ROM drive, even the drive supports CD text. When you replace a CD in the CD-ROM drive with a new one, the name of the previous CD will continue to be displayed. Click the Reload button to display the name of the newly inserted disc.

Creating labels

About the Label Maker
This chapter explains how to create MD labels using the supplied PictureGear Label Maker software. To create and print labels, you must first install the PictureGear Label Maker (page 5).
Do not attach labels near the disc shutter, or at any other place not specifically designated for label attachment. Be sure to position the label inside the recessed area reserved for labels. The shape of the recessed area will vary from disc to disc.
Starting up the Label Maker
There are two ways to activate the Label Maker. Click on the MD Window. Double-click PicLabel placed on the folder shown below. X drive Program files Sony PictureGear 3.2 Goodies

X drive is a name of the hard disc.
Creating labels with Label Maker
You can create labels with graphics or text for MDs and other media.
Display the MD Window. Click to activate the Label Maker. A template of an MD label appears in the main display. The disc and track names that are currently displayed in the MD Window appear on the MD label. If you want to print the label with this information go to step 9. To adjust the display size Select the zoom magnification from the drop-down list in the main window. To select another template Click Open Template in the File menu. The Open Template dialog box appears. Select the file and click Open to display the template in the main window. The templates below can be selected: 3.5-inch floppy disk, 3.5-inch MO disk, Hi8/8mm video cassette, CD-R, DV, Memory stick, MD, Mini DV, VHS video cassette, Audio cassette
Click Add Image in the File menu. The Add Image dialog box appears. Select the file containing the image that you want, and then click Open. The main window appears again with image in the image palette on the right.

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The file formats displayed by Label Maker are as follows. File format Bitmap JPEG TIFF FlashPix GIF Mavica Slipclip File extension.BMP.JPG.TIF.FPX.GIF.JPG.BMP (16-bit color)
Place the image. Drag the desired image from the image palette onto the label creation area.
To place images automatically Select the images and click Autocopy in the Edit menu. The image is pasted into the template area without changing the aspect ratio. To make images round or square Select the image in the label creation area and click Round or Square in the Edit menu. You can change the size of an image in the label creation area but not the size of an image in the template area.
To rotate the image 90 degrees Select the image in the label creation area and click Rotate in the Edit menu. To change the size of the image Select the image and drag the frame. To change the size without changing the aspect ratio, drag the image while holding down the Shift key. To switch the positions of overlapping images or text Select the image or text in the label creation area, and then click Front or Back in the Overlap menu to bring the selected item to the front or move it to the back. To realign multiple images Select images while pressing down the Shift key, or drag the images you want to realign and click Align, Display Evenly, Condense, or Expand. If you selected Align, select the type of alignment by clicking Align to Left, Align to Right, Align to Top, or Align to Bottom, Align to Center [Vertical], or Align to Center [Horizontal]. If you selected Display Evenly, Condense, or Expand, select the orientation by clicking Vertical or Horizontal. To add color to an image Click Add Color in the File menu to open the Color dialog box. Select the desired color and the color is displayed in the image palette. The color, like other images, can be assigned to a template. To delete an image Select the image you want to delete in the image palette and click Delete in the Edit menu.

 

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