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  1. Neowinian kingmustard123's Avatar
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    Similar to 'Date taken' for JPEGs.
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  2. Not sure what you're looking for. Since the digital era I've never met a camcorder or DVR that doesn't do that.
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    Originally Posted by smrpix View Post
    Not sure what you're looking for. Since the digital era I've never met a camcorder or DVR that doesn't do that.
    They may store Created, Modified and Accessed but they're file attributes rather than a specific video 'Date recorded' attribute.

    It would be very useful for my 'Home videos' library in Plex, as I have digitalised VHS videos and there's no way to store the date recorded in the file, so Plex struggles to arrange - and ends up arranging by file name, which is unfortunate.

    'Date taken' is used by many photo services, such as Google Photos, to sort the photos by date.
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  4. You can create metadata tags in video file containers such as mkv or mp4. But they are not standardized, so no application will use them.
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    If you are looking to have the date Encoded, Tagged, Or Recorded added to your titles. check out Date Time Changer https://www.videohelp.com/software/Change-Date-Time-Batch on this web site. It can do this as well as change the Encoded, modifed windows data to the Encoded, Tagged Metadata burned into most video recorders output.
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