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I'm new to the video world and am trying to simply take home video can convert them from VOB to WMD (lowest file size). When I preview the original video there isn't a time stamp on the playback, but when I convert it the date/time stamp of when the video was capture is in the lower right corner. How do I get rid of this so it isn't there?

 

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Jeff

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I'm new to the video world and am trying to simply take home video can convert them from VOB to WMD (lowest file size). When I preview the original video there isn't a time stamp on the playback, but when I convert it the date/time stamp of when the video was capture is in the lower right corner. How do I get rid of this so it isn't there?

 

Thanks.

 

Jeff

 

Was there a date/time stamp on the original file? I usually pay little attention to the preview screen. I can't see how the program could even add that to your file. It has to come from the original file itself as far as I know.

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Was there a date/time stamp on the original file? I usually pay little attention to the preview screen. I can't see how the program could even add that to your file. It has to come from the original file itself as far as I know.

 

There isn't a time stamp when I play the video on or from my camcorder or when I preview it prior to converting it. I agree that it seem like it would have to come from the original file, but it confuses me that I don't see it until I convert it. I am hoping that there is an option that I haven't found that will simply remove this during the conversion process.

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There isn't a time stamp when I play the video on or from my camcorder or when I preview it prior to converting it. I agree that it seem like it would have to come from the original file, but it confuses me that I don't see it until I convert it. I am hoping that there is an option that I haven't found that will simply remove this during the conversion process.

 

I have never heard of any Roxio program adding the date/time stamp to any video and I have never seen or heard of an option to do this. But perhaps this is a new, hidden option that was added for C2009 :blink:

 

What is the date/time that is added? Any relation to the date/time the video was taken?

 

Where did these VOBs come from?

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I have never heard of any Roxio program adding the date/time stamp to any video and I have never seen or heard of an option to do this. But perhaps this is a new, hidden option that was added for C2009 :blink:

 

What is the date/time that is added? Any relation to the date/time the video was taken?

 

Where did these VOBs come from?

 

The VOB where created on my Sony camcorder. I am thinking that there is a setting on the camcorder that puts the date/time stamp there. I believe I have turned that off and should find out the next time I capture my boys doing something interesting. I have to believe that is where it is coming from, but it still boggles me that it only shows during the conversion from VOB to another format.

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The VOB where created on my Sony camcorder. I am thinking that there is a setting on the camcorder that puts the date/time stamp there. I believe I have turned that off and should find out the next time I capture my boys doing something interesting. I have to believe that is where it is coming from, but it still boggles me that it only shows during the conversion from VOB to another format.

 

What model & type Sony? there are a few of us here (like me) who use them.

 

So, what is happening is the date of your capture is somehow appearing on your files, yes?

 

How are you capturing (firewire, disc, other means....)

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Jeff: Curious indeed…

 

In VCC, under the Add Movies Button there is a button called Language Option…

 

Click that to see if the timestamp is located in there and try turning it off. (I don't have one of these discs to check it myself)

 

Likewise, what shows up under 'Options' in the Destination pane after you select your output format?

 

Plan B: Using VideoWave, add the VOB file and Output As. Still get the time?

 

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