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Offline jsmcpheeters

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movie file time stamp anomaly with v6.0
« on: April 20, 2019, 12:53:37 PM »
Recently PM 6 began ingesting movie files with a time stamp several hours later than when the file was created. It seems to affect any of my Olympus OM-D files, whether from E-M1, E-M1 mark II or E-M1X. This is fairly recent, I'd say since this or just the previous build. I'm currently on Build 2818. I'd say it's off by 5 hours. Perhaps a timezone adjustment issue. It's not misreading RAW or JPEG files. Just the .MOV files.

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Re: movie file time stamp anomaly with v6.0
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2019, 01:24:42 PM »
Recently PM 6 began ingesting movie files with a time stamp several hours later than when the file was created. It seems to affect any of my Olympus OM-D files, whether from E-M1, E-M1 mark II or E-M1X. This is fairly recent, I'd say since this or just the previous build. I'm currently on Build 2818. I'd say it's off by 5 hours. Perhaps a timezone adjustment issue. It's not misreading RAW or JPEG files. Just the .MOV files.

This is a known problem in PM6 and will be addressed in a future build.

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