Sony DVD 810 MPEG VIDEO DATE STAMP
by bdfromsd1 - 1/18/09 4:05 PM
In Reply to: Just pointers? by R. Proffitt
I may be missing something big time, but the only date stamp software I have seen is for avi or DV.
This camcorder takes great video, but the video is saved as mpg files on the internal memory and flash chip.
I transfer it to the computer via the Sony PMB program.
It is saved on the computer as a mpg file with the date/time stamp on the filename, but NOT imprinted on the video and there is no option on the camcorder to allow this to be imprinted on the saved video file.
I can transfer and burn the mpg file to dvd using the Sony PMB software. When I burn the DVD, the date stamp is not there when I play it.
Is there other software I should be using to capture the video from the camcorder so it would save in another format and allow the Date/time overlay information to be displayed on the DVD?
I am sorry about all of this, but the kids are getting older and I have tons of video and I want to preserve on DVD. Without a date stamp, it is hard to tell the timeframe of each video clip.
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