Digital cameras store the time codes along with the JPG files, but the time codes are not visible when making hardcopies. Visual Photo Time Stamp (vPTS) extracts the time codes from the JPG files and superimpose them onto the photos.
Visual DV Time Stamp 2.1.1 DV camcorders store the time codes along with the video, but the time codes are not visible once transferred to DV AVI file. Visual DV Time Stamp extracts the time codes from the DV AVI files and superimposed onto the video frames.
Description: For most of today's digital cameras the photos are saved in JPG files. The date and time at which a photo is taken are stored along with the image in so called EXIF format. Such date and time information can be viewed on a PC once the JPG files are transferred from the
digital camera to the PC. When you make a hardcopy of a digital photo by using a color printer or by sending it to a photo lab, the date and time do not get printed on the hardcopy photo. By using Visual Photo Time Stamp (vPTS), the date and time are extracted from the JPG files and superimposed onto the photos. This way when a hardcopy is made from the JPG file, the date and/or time will show up on the photo.
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Home Photo-Stamp Experiment Canceled The U.S. Postal Service has canceled a brief experiment that allowed ordinary people to make postage stamps using images of their dogs, babies and even, it turned out, outlaws such as the Unabomber.
Experiment for Photos on Stamps to Resume After an initial test marred by computer pranksters, Stamps.com Inc. and the U.S. Postal Service are again offering people a chance to put their personal photos on postage stamps.