09-09-2019 09:17 AM
Perhaps someone can help me here please.
Photos taken on my Fusion in 360 format with the correct date and time set, when rendered using Fusion Studio are given a time stamp of an hour later, as can be seen in the 2 screen shots. Videos are given a date and time of whenever they were rendered, losing the Taken time.
My Fusion and Studio software are up-to-date and the time and time zone are correctly set on the camera and computer. I am in the time zome GMT+1.
Thank you for any help.
09-09-2019 01:26 PM
Hello @daniel456. Does it happen to all of you rendered files? Which version of Fusion Studio is installed on your computer? If you haven't done it yet, see if the latest (Beta) update will help clear this out. There are instructions here Fusion 2.0 Beta Update for your GoPro Fusion to guide you. Let us know how it goes.
09-17-2019 06:48 AM
Hello mariustanya and thank you for your response.
Yes, this occurs with all rendered photos and videos.
I have the latest generally available Fusion firmware (Fusion v01.80, May 7, 2018) and Fusion Studio software (v126.96.36.1990) but was not aware there were beta versions available which I will try out shortly.
Thank you for your help
09-20-2019 07:39 AM
I have upgraded the camera and Fusion software to the beta versions referenced above but there is no difference in the problem.
To be clear on the illustration above, PHOTO_1449 within Fusion Studio has the correct date taken of 2:23pm (in the time zone UTC+0 with DST adding one hour) whereas the same rendered image file in the Rendered folder has a Date Taken of 15:23, one hour later.
Upon some further investigation I can confirm this problem is caused by a failure of Fusion Studio to deal with Daylight Saving Time (DST). In the screenshot below I have on my PC disabled automatic DST and automatic time setting and set the time manually then re rendered the file PHOTO_1449(2) which then shows the correct Date Taken time. This is not a fix for the problem but rather an annoying work around for now which will cause further problems later.
Can this now identified bug be fed back to the coding team?
10-08-2019 12:04 PM
Hello @daniel456. We brought this to the Fusion team. Unfortunately, there is no work around this issue as rendering creates a new (rendered) file. There is no way to retain the original date and time since the two footage are being stitched and created.