I really want the date to show up on all the pictures I take, but I cant seem to find somewhere to do that. I dont know if that options not available or what, but I would appreciate help if anyone can give it to me. Thanks alot.
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Re: Can I get the date to show on the pictures?
Photofinishers that use the Fuji Frontier system have the option of printing the date on your prints very easily. If they don't know how, try another lab. It can be done. We offer it to our customers (at no extra charge).
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If you want to see the date /time info while viewing the pictures on the camera, you can change the display settings, press the DISP button, till you see a smaller picture and the date and time on the bottom of the screen.
If you want the date and time printed on a picture, you should use the pict bridge option from the camera and in the setup you should chose the setting for that. See page 165 and following from the manual.
But the simple timestamps of the yellow or orange stamps like in the older digital cameras, won't work.
Because the camera keeps a all information stored in the EXEF part of the picture, it won't destroy the jpeg it produces. If you really want the date and time imprinted, you should use a program on the computer, to use the date and or time info and brand it in the picture, before saving it.
Be aware all pictures do have the date and time info in them and most viewers on the computer (whatever OS) will show the info when asked, anyway.
Can you explain what you really want?
Cant you find a picture of a DVD? Can't you put a picture on a DVD, Can't you display a picture that is on a DVD
Could be very helpful if you gave more details and could explain what you really want.
The date and time (and a lot more) are stored with every picture in its metadata. Just about any photo viewing program can show you this data. If you want the date printed, 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.
You get this message if your Laptop (CMOS/configuration) Date is really outdated and wrong: check and change your Laptop Configuration setting for Date and Time. Also check your Windows Date/Time. If the date/time you enter is not maintained properly, especially after you switch off the laptop, then you have a bad backup CMOS battery that needs to be replaced.
there is a display button at the bottom right of the back of the camera. its the very bottom rocker buttons. it says DISP/? or/(and the trash symbol). knowing this go to look at your pictures (using the "play" symbol) and click DISP. the time and date should appear now.
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The date information is not part of the picture itself but accompanies it as separate data. The computer "system" preparing the picture for printing takes the date information and optionally (I assume) places it on the print. To do the same thing at home you require photo editing software that provides the same facility. There may of course be cameras that offer an embedded date option - perhaps others have come across one.
this is easy, you Motorola phone tool 4. this program lets you sync you phone to you PC and back up all the information on you phone (pictures, videos, phone numbers, date book appointments), then you can just delete the pictures from your phone and take new ones. I will write to your email and send you the file.
I dont know if this is any help because I am not sure if you actually want the date and time stamped over the top of the picture or if you just want it to have a record of the date and time with the picture. If the second option is OK then when ever you take a picture with all digital cameras I have owned and the c-770 is my newest it puts a tag in the file so that when you right click on the picture and go into the properties you can select the summary tab at the top and click on the advanced button and it will tell you every setting that the camera was set on to take that picture including the date and time it was taken.