12-09-2016 11:52 PM
12-10-2016 10:40 AM
12-10-2016 01:14 PM - edited 12-10-2016 01:17 PM
Thanks for that information. You shouldn't have to remove the SD card each time; I'm just trying to see if we can isolate the issue. I wouldn't want to replace the camera if it was actually an issue with the SD card or the software on the computer? Just to verify, is the time only correct in File Explorer with the SD card adapter BEFORE having imported the footage, or after it's been imported as well?
You seem to be missing to main theme of this tread, which is when importing videos into the iphone 6s using the app ( not sure if its other phones as well, but i assume so). The videos seem to be time stamped to 0 GMT, which is Greenwich mean time zero. That means whereever you are in the world, your videos imported to your phone using the app are all timestamped with London time.. The photos are fine, its just the videos...
In regards to your question, when I import my videos onto my Windows 10 PC (the photos seem to work). If i use the sdcard reader to import the videos using the Quik app, the time stamps are correct before and after i import them. But if I leave the sdcard in the camera and plug it into my pc to import, the time stamp is changed to the time they were imported ( using Quik).
I am using a Hero 4 silver with a sandisk extreme and a Hero 5 Session with a Lexar 633x.
Here is a screen shot, the top is the Session plugged in, the bottom is after it is imported using Quik. It seems to lose the time info on the videos, but retains them on the photos..
Thanks for your time....
12-10-2016 01:27 PM