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How to print photos with date and time
The date and time (and a lot more) are stored with every picture in its EXIF metadata. Any photo viewing/editing program should be able to display this data. To print this data, please consult the documentation for whatever program you're using to print your pictures. Depending on the program and printer you may print the date on the image, in the margins, or on the back.
on Nov 13, 2012
In everio media browser i try to change the
No, they're not allowed, but I've found you can change it manually in the registry. Always be careful changing the registry. Mistakes can break Windows!
First, make sure the network share is mapped to a drive letter:
Next, modify the Everio MediaBrowser settings.
- Open "My Computer".
- Open the "Tools" menu and select "Map Network Drive...".
- Select a drive letter (eg. "V:" for video), type the path to the network video folder (eg. "\\Server\Videos"), and press "OK".
- You should now have a drive letter showing exactly what's in your network video folder.
- Create a folder on the network share to receive the videos (eg. "V:\Everio MediaBrowser").
Now you can download video into the library on the network.
- Open the Windows "Start" menu and press "Run...".
- Type "regedit" and press "OK".
- Navigate to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ Software\ PIXELA\ Everio MediaBrowser\ IMXLIBRARY
- Double-click the "SAVEPATH" entry, change the value to a path using the drive letter you created above (eg. "V:\Everio MediaBrowser"), and press "OK". This folder must exist, so create it if you haven't already
- Select the "SAVEPATH2" entry and press "Delete". This prevents MediaBrowser from deciding a local drive is a better destination.
- Close the program.
I have not attempted to import existing videos from a network share yet. That could be another challenge.
- Plug in your camcorder.
- Select "Playback on PC".
- When MediaBrowser starts, press Backup at the bottom of the screen.
- Select the volumes to backup and press "Next".
- MediaBrowser should now say the destination is the network drive. Press "Next".
on Oct 30, 2012
I got my Everio from
The only "workaround" I have found so far was to record to the SD chip. Took the chip out of the camera and put it in the computer. Saved it to the computer. Changed the extension from .mob to .avi. Windows Movie maker then recognized it and I could edit.
on Dec 17, 2011
New JVC Everio MG 130
Hi, to set the time or date, first press the MENU button (beside the DIRECT DVD button). Nudge the joystick to the left to select which settings you want to edit. Then go up until you reach the general options. Nudge the joystick right. Move the joystick up until you see "CLOCK ADJUST". Here you can set the correct time. The light is really easy to access. In the shooting mode (where you are seeing live video from the lense), nudge the joystick down. The light should come on. Nudge it down again to put it on Auto. It will turn on/off depending on the lighting. Nudge it down a third time to turn it off. Hope this helps!
on Dec 17, 2011
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