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SK09Mon Dec-14-09 11:28 AM
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#3603, "time and date stamp on movie"


          

Can the time and date, and maybe the time code, be burned or included on the movie exported, as in CCTV video?

  

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pez4brianMon Dec-14-09 02:36 PM
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#3604, "RE: time and date stamp on movie"
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Have you see this thread:
http://www.kinodv.org/dcforum/dcforum?az=show_topic&forum=101&topic_id=2491&mesg_id=2491&listing_type=search#3043

You can use #dv.date#, #dv.time# and a few others in the titler to burn time information into the video.

Here are the parameters I use to put a date on my home movies:
text: #dv.date#
font: Sans Bold 18
X offset: -250
Y offset: 200

  

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SK09Mon Dec-14-09 04:06 PM
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#3605, "RE: time and date stamp on movie"
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Thank you very much!

So far this implementation works great.


  

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SK09Sat Dec-19-09 11:56 AM
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#3609, "RE: time and date stamp on movie"
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So far I have captured DV directly from the camera and from miniDV tape running in the camera. In both cases the titler properly burns the associated time info onto the video.

Question: if video is recorded as an .AVI file, or as an MPEG file, in a flash drive camera, or on a flash drive, can the video also be burned with the associated time info?

  

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