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I don't think Bridge includes the requested info, though, Eddie.
I tried what you suggested, and I have all the Metadata shown, but I don't see the date/time the video clip was taken. I think Jim may be correct.
I wonder how a program like Ulead Video Studio get's the information and a program like Premiere seemingly can't.
If you come up with anything I would be very appreciative.
FWIW, Bridge CS3 seems to give shot date/time as Date File Modified in metadata and the date/time captured as the Date Created field for my DV files under Win XP.
Premiere Pro CS3 has a date/time video effect (I think) which gives an overlay of this data on the timeline.
If that won't suit, then...
Scenalyzer Live is a very good capture/post-capture utility for DV material. It reads datacode date and time and can append this to the filename during capture. www.scenalyzer.com.
DVMP is a media player that overlays with datacode during replay.
Dvdate allows you to overlay datacode date and time inside Premiere.
Thanks for the information. On Vista running Bridge CS3, the Date File Modified does not reflect the date/time the video was shot. I am not sure why maybe because it is a Type 1 DV conversion instead of a Type 2?
I really like your suggestion for Scenalyzer Live, it looks like it is the best solution.