Just for clarification, are you referring to the Date/Time that the tape (miniDV) was recorded vs when it was Captured by PrE?
If so, I think that the program, DVDate will be what you want to explore.
Yes, I mean the Date/Time that the tape (miniDV) was recorded.
Indeed DVDate can do the job (I used it before) but I thought PRE9 is also capable to show it, but if so I did not know how to activate it.
May I conclude PRE9 does not support it?
There is no feature in Premiere Elements that I have ever heard of which allows the user to activate it and the user sees the camcorder's time code in the video being displayed in the Edit Mode monitor.
However there is a DV Date Plug-in for Premiere Elements (this is not the same as the DV Date software) that will allow you to have a running timecode in the video being displayed in the monitor. Have you used or seen this mentioned before?
It may work for you and your Premiere Elements 9.0/9.0.1.
I have written details on this before. Let me see if I can find those threads.
Please update us on your progress when you get the chance.