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MOVIE EDITING FUNCTION, PART 2

Editing a Movie:
Working on your films while they are still in the camera is easy. Part 2 of the Movie Editing Function lets you cut out an area between two images.

JUST FOLLOW THESE STEPS

While the movie is playing, press [SET].
• This will pause movie playback.
Press .
• You can also display the same screen while in the PLAY mode, by pressing [MENU], selecting the "PLAY" tab, selecting "Movie Editing", and then pressing drücken.
Use and to select " Cut", and then press [SET].
•  Select "Cancel" to exit the cut mode.
Display the starting frame where you want the first cut to be located.
When the frame you want is displayed, press .
Repeat step 4 to display the ending frame where you want the second cut to be located.
• The red portion of the indicator bar shows what part will be cut.
Use and to select "Yes", and then press [SET].
• The message "Busy.... Please wait..." will remain on the display as the cut operation is performed. Cutting is complete when the message disappears.
• Select "No" to exit the cut mode.
•  Cut operations cannot be undone. Make sure you really want to cut the part of the movie you are specifying before executing the cut operation.
•  Movie editing is not possible for movies not recorded with this camera.
•  A movie that is shorter than five seconds cannot be edited.
•  The cut operation can take considerable time if the movie is long.
•  You will not be able to perform the cut operation if the amount of memory available is less than the size of the movie file you are cutting. If this happens, delete any files you no longer need to free up more memory.
•  Splicing of two different movies into a single movie or cutting one movie into multiple parts are not supported by camera operations. However, you can splice movies and cut movies into multiple parts on your computer using the bundled Ulead Movie Wizard SE VCD application.
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