Family member was in an accident, and our Mobius cam got the video. When I viewed the micro SD on my PC, every file said Oct, 2012. We are in December 2017. LOL! I thought the camera didn't get anything, but then I remember I didn't even install the mobius in 2012, I installed it around 2015. So I started watching the files carefully and sure enough, we got the accident on video. Is there a way to change the time stamp of an AVI file? I would guess It would be difficult to do since this would encourage tampering with evidence and stuff?
If it can be changed, can you guys show me how, and more importantly, do you think I should? I'm just imagining being the insurance people on the phone and hearing about incorrect time-stamps and stuff, it would sound pretty suspicious to them, right? But since this happened to me, I'm sure this has happened to others and it's a story they've heard before I hope.
Please advise, thank you in advance.
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You'll run across all kinds of crazy dates showing up in any computer.
The actions on the video are the evidence.....not the software creation date(or some other crazy date that may be showing up).
I'd say do nothing. Everyone by now should know that timestamps can be wrong from people's VCRs flashing 12:00, family analog recordings with wrong timestamps, or film photos with wrong time stamps. In the unlikely event you get caught, it will just cause a bunch of unneeded doubt. I would also not correct the camera's date settings either, should they want to take a look at it.