This problem don´t have solution. Please request to Aiptek a FIRMWARE revision.
Another serious problem is that the cancorder don´t have the PAUSE function whem recording, resulting in a lot of CLIPS for the same movie. I did in contact with the manufacturer, waiting for a solution of this problem, maybe a firmware upgrade.
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In camera settings menu, on the bottom of the screen you find Settings. In Settings is the only reset the camera knows. You only will reset the menus and shooting options. Date, time, language and video output settings are not reset.
If your camera has serious trouble, accessing menus or something like that, there is nothing like pressing a button for several seconds and everything will be ok. (not in the manual)
Most cameras have a setting in the menus to allow the date and time to print to the screen and photos on playback. Look in the menus having to do with the date settings. Note that some settings will affect others, so it may be a good idea to look at your manual. In most of the Canons I have and have worked on, they all have the setting to put the date and time on the picture.
to delete all the pictures at the same time all you have to do is to press the button that gets up you photos and then open up one of the menus and go delete pictures delete all then yes. to set the date make sure you are on the normal screen so you can see what you are going to take a picture of and then go onto the settings click date and time and you can then set the date and the time, once you have put the date and time in press ok and it is done. you can then go off the menu if needed.
I checked the manuals and I believe that the function you want is not available within the camera menus. The date, time, and lots of other information is included within each file that holds individual pictures. The software you use to view and edit pictures should show the information to you and may allow you to manually add the date to the picture. I use Photoshop Elements 6 (Mac) and it will allow me to put the date and time on a picture. You might consider adding the date and time to the name of the picture file if you want a quick reference to the date and time