POCKETRAK C24 Owner’s Manual
About files, folders and memory
■Files and folders
One recorded session on the recorder is
called a “file.” Files are stored in a location
called a “folder.” A file is stored in one of the
following folders in the recorder’s internal
memory or on the microSD card.
From a connected computer, you can view all
MIC (A–D) / MIC_(A–D)_SD:
These folders store audio files (in WAV or
MP3 format) recorded through the micro-
phone on the recorder. There are four folders
(A–D). You can organize the files by folders.
For example, you can store musical perfor-
mance files in folder A and conference
recording files in folder B so that it will be
easier for you to find desired files later.
LINE (L) / LINE (L)_SD:
These folders store files recorded from exter-
nal devices via the line connection.
This folder stores music and other audio files
(in MP3 or WMA format) transferred from a
• PLAYLIST1–5 (P1–5)
The recorder offers five Playlist files (P1–5).
You can play your favorite songs in your
preferred order by creating Playlists using
the files stored in the MUSIC folder.
RECYCLE ( ):
This is the Recycle Bin folder.
This folder stores data files. You can use the
recorder as a flash drive. (The folder name
will not be displayed on the recorder’s LCD.
This folder will be recognized only by a con-
This folder stores the Owner’s Manual and
Reference Manual in PDF format. These man-
ual files are organized in sub-folders by lan-
guage. (The folder name will not be displayed
on the recorder’s LCD. This folder will be rec-
ognized only by a connected computer.)
If you initialize the internal memory, the
MANUAL folder will be erased in its entirety.
If necessary, download the latest manuals in
PDF format from the following website:
A letter or icon in
parentheses ( ) will
appear on the LCD
as the folder name.