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And your second problem is really part of the program's design.
When you render an AVI, you are creating a new file, so the date it is created is the render date, not the camcorder date.
Also, when you capture with Premiere Elements, your video will be tagged with the date of the capture -- not the date the video was shot.
Thanks, the forum seems to be a good knowledgebase. And thanks for your fast reply.
The thing is that I have a external disk with firewire and USB input.
However the laptop has only one firewire connection, so when rendering I use the laptop firewire for my Sony DCR-TRV33E and connects the external disk with USB.
When I create my videos, I connect the external disk with firewire.
However the problem is the same even if I try with USB or Firewire.
BUT last week it worked with both?????
Thanks for you quick response.
The second problem.
When rendering the video I can see the camcorder date for the shooting date. BUT when copying the files to another storage the footage date is raplaced with the copy date.....
I just got a feeling that my disk previously had the disk location (H) but right now it has (I).
I changed the location to (H) and the AVI files are almost onm track again.
I can use the AVI files BUT the camcorder footage date is GONE.
Do you have a clue about this?
You're saying your USB drive erased itself?
Not erased but changed device name.
It has happened before after using a USB memory stick.
That occupied the first available letter, in tyhis case (H) and do not "release it.
I'm not sure what you're saying.
But I assume you've assigned a drive letter to your hard drive using the Map Network Drive tool?