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Notes on the Zoom H1N Recorder - deleting files -

Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
 

You can choose to delete one - the currently selected file - or all files from the SD card.
I delete files when in Playback mode so you know which file you’re working on by selecting it using the rewind/forward keys to move between files.
When the file you wish to delete is found press the Delete key on the left hand side of the recorder.
Audio is muted at that point and the file playing paused.
The soft keys below the display become active.
If you wish to delete the selected file press the second key from the left and then press the right most key to confirm the operation.
If you wish to delete. All files on the SD card press the third key from the left and then the right most key to confirm.
If you choose to delete one file the audio starts playing for the next file moved to sequentially on your SD card.
If you choose to delete all files the recorder returns to “Record Standby” mode.

Aidan
 

Thank you for this.
Do you perhaps know what button combination to press in order to launch the
settings screen at start-up?

On Mon, 29 Jul 2019 at 04:34, Dane Trethowan <grtdane@...>
wrote:

You can choose to delete one - the currently selected file - or all files
from the SD card.
I delete files when in Playback mode so you know which file you’re working
on by selecting it using the rewind/forward keys to move between files.
When the file you wish to delete is found press the Delete key on the left
hand side of the recorder.
Audio is muted at that point and the file playing paused.
The soft keys below the display become active.
If you wish to delete the selected file press the second key from the left
and then press the right most key to confirm the operation.
If you wish to delete. All files on the SD card press the third key from
the left and then the right most key to confirm.
If you choose to delete one file the audio starts playing for the next
file moved to sequentially on your SD card.
If you choose to delete all files the recorder returns to “Record Standby”
mode.