Field Memory Recorder (Chapter 5: Recording/playback)
Setting cue points
The FR-2LE can store cue points, which can be used as markers. You can manually set
and store a cue point at the desired position during recording (or while stopped).
You can set a "cue point" at the position you press the [MARK] /
key during record-
ing/playback or while stopped. Up to 99 cue points can be set for each audio file.
If you set a cue point repeatedly, the given cue number is counted up.
You can use the stored cue points for the skip functions. You can delete an unnecessary cue
See page 64 for details about how to delete a cue point. See "Skip/locate function" on page
66 for details about the skip function using a cue point.
Setting a cue point on-the-fly
FR-2LE FIELD MEMORY RECORDER
REWIND F FWD MARK
CONTRAST QUICK SET
MIC L MIC R
On the Home screen, you can see a cue point number at the position pointed by the arrow
In the screen example below, the current recorder position is the beginning of the file ("ABS
0") and the nearest cue point is cue 01.
Viewing cue point information
With an MP3 audio file, you cannot set a cue point.
The nearest cue point in the forward direction from the current position
is shown on the Home screen.