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  1. Hello

    I don't know if this is the correct area to put this question, but here it goes...

    I usually save my kid football games and then I use Sony Vegas Pro to edit and publish the highlights of the game.

    I use a Panasonic hc-w570 to record the game. I would like to have the time of the game displayed on the video, so I would like to know if someone knows how to save and display the time using this camera. I don't want to put a timeline on the video using Vegas Pro... When I'm editing if I cut between minute 4:30 and minute 5, I want the correct game time to be displayed.

    Any ideas?

    Thank you very much!

    Best regards,

    Ricardo
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  2. This is far more complicated than it would seem.

    Cameras of this type store the time and date as a subtitle stream within the mts or mt2s container.

    A relatively simple (but not very flexible) way to make them visible is to reencode your video with Handbrake that can recognize the subtitles and hardcode them into a new file. You can then edit the new file normally in Vegas.

    Vegasaur, a third party set of tools also says it has this function. I have not used it personally.

    http://vegasaur.com/recorded-date-time-subtitles
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