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.
Visual Photo Time Stamp 2.1.5 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.
Description: When videos recorded on a DV camcorder tape are captured into DV AVI files on a PC, the time codes (date/time when the tape was recorded) are transferred along with the ideo/audio data to the files. But the time codes are not visible when you view the DV AVI files. When you use DVD author tools to convert the DV AVI files to DVD files, the time codes get lost. By using Visual DV Time Stamp (vDTS), the time codes are extracted from the DV AVI files and superimposed onto the videos. This way the date/time will be visible when you view the DV AVI file, consequently the DVD you make from the DV AVI files will have date/time displayed.
Stamp Time and Date On Videos Software 7.0 This software offers a solution to users who want to add a time and date watermark to multiple videos. Simply add video files individually, by folder, or by drag-and-drop. The user
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