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Putting A Date Stamp On Printed Photos


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Does that program permanently add date to photo? Many other basic photo printing programs simply give you the option to print with the date or not. That is VERY handy and would be a great addition to EMC

 

Yes, the utility can add the date/time information to the photo file. The new file will be a "copy" of the original with the date/time added, the original will not be modified.

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Is there some way to put a date stamp on a printed photo which would be based on the date associated with the digital photo's file attributes?

I don't think EMC 8 can do this unless you do it manually.

I use a small utiltiy which will put the date/time on the photos (in user definable format).

Here is the link

http://dts8888.com

 

They also have a utility to put the date/time on captured videos captured in avi format from DV camcorders.

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I don't think EMC 8 can do this unless you do it manually.

I use a small utiltiy which will put the date/time on the photos (in user definable format).

Here is the link

http://dts8888.com

 

They also have a utility to put the date/time on captured videos captured in avi format from DV camcorders.

 

very neat utility that can put the date/time on avi files captured from DV camcorders

 

Thanks Walt :)

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very neat utility that can put the date/time on avi files captured from DV camcorders

 

Thanks Walt :)

 

Does that program permanently add date to photo? Many other basic photo printing programs simply give you the option to print with the date or not. That is VERY handy and would be a great addition to EMC

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