Extract and show video recording date

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afatac
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Extract and show video recording date

Post by afatac » 08 Jan 20 4:14

Using single user version 5.3.

Is there a way to extract and show the mp4 video recorded date? The videos are recorded using Samsung Galaxy mobile phones.

Username
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Re: Extract and show video recording date

Post by Username » 18 Jan 20 21:01

In the top right corner:
Click View
View Settings
Select Custom Thumbnail Info
And then you can try different output to be displayed below your movies.

If you want everything to be extracted.
Right click a movie
Run script from repository
Meta data
Full Exif dump (or Exiftool metadata output)


I believe you need to install Exiftool first though.
https://exiftool.org
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Hert
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Re: Extract and show video recording date

Post by Hert » 18 Jan 20 21:48

This was fixed in a recent version (build 2643);

https://www.idimager.com/what-s-new-in-photo-supreme-v5

Press Ctrl-Alt-S (Cmd-Alt-S) on a Samsung Galaxy mp4 file to reload the metadata to the catalog. The date will appear.
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HaraldE
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Re: Extract and show video recording date

Post by HaraldE » 20 Jan 20 1:01

Morning,

I see things have improved but I am still having a bit of a problem. Using Windows 10,64 bit and PSU 2654 single version.

Files from my Samsung Galaxy 7 (both JPG and MP4) have filenames that include the date and time when photo/film was captured. This timestamp in the name has for JPGs allways been same as the Photodate in PSU. In the past both date and time has allways been wrong for my MP4 files.

Now PSU has changed and improved but MP4 files are still about an hour off. As far as I can se the date is now correct.
I have two MP4 files from yesterday with the following times:
File 1: Filename says 094012 and PSU says 084025
File 2: Filename says 174319 and PSU says 164512

Since I took these films I can confirm that the filename time is correct.

Are there some other Samsung Galaxy users with film that can comment on this?
Do you get the correct timestamp in PSU photodate?

Regards, Harald

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Re: Extract and show video recording date

Post by Hert » 20 Jan 20 9:07

PSU presents whatever is available in the video file. A one hour difference sounds like a timezone offset.
Compare the date that PSU shows with the date as reported by your OS or another metadata supporting tool (e.g. ExifTool).
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