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Help- How do I burn mpeg4 home video on dvd & showing the Mpg4 file date on each clip

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  1. jwaion

    jwaion Thread Starter

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    Its becoming common to have the little video cameras which captures videos on Mpeg4. I for one have many video Mpeg4 clips which i burn to DVD using Nero vision. Nero vision is a simple editing software which creates Home made DVD from selected video files. BUT, I have one problem. How to grab the file dates of the mpeg4 to appear on each video clip so that when we watch the home burned DVD video, we can see what date the video clip was filmed. Any Advise from this forum would be very very much appreciated.[/
     
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    was the recordings recording with the date showing on the viewer?
     
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    Hello Couriant. No, the date does not show on the camera screen. The MPeg4 camera does'nt allow date to be displayed. it creates Dixv Mpeg4 video file for each clip and file date is the time the video was taken.
     
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    I think our camera does if it is set in the options. What camera do you have?
     
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    Hi Couriant, Its a Sanyo Xacti (one of the earlier models), very small, and i've have checked the set up menu of the camera but it has no options for displaying the date.
     
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