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Hi i need to put the date/time stamp onto my footage. So i can present it in court..please help Adam

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Google BatchPhoto and download the software. The program has a free 30 day trial and it'll add the date/time stamp to your photos. BatchPhoto can read the original date/time when the photos were taken from the embedded EXIF data. It can add the date/time on dozens of pics very fast and in one operation. Also it offers extensive options for setting the timestamp: the font, color and even the text's transparency can be adjusted, also the date format as well as placement of the stamp are fully customizable.

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