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How is the time/date stamp displayed on a copy

How is the time/date stamp displayed on a copied dvd or cd from the sony dcr-vx2100?

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The time/date is 'stamped' onto the video during recording. The time/date stamp function can be turned on or off in the setup menu. If it was 'on' during recording, it will be displayed when played back. If it was turned off, it will not be seen on the recording.

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