Question about Computers & Internet
Cannot find an option to arrange these into date taken order. I believe that They were down loaded from the one SD card on the same day/ time etc.
Images from digital cameras generally contain metadata (EXIF). There are tools that allow you to rename images based on EXIF Data, like this one: AmoK Exif Sorter 2 56 Official Website
Posted on Sep 10, 2014
SOURCE: sd card
i formated my sd card and i didn´t know something about difference between formated as FAT 32 or just FAT, and after that my camera wrote "This card can not be used" and as i read this comment by alexross a try it and you can´t to do formating by DOS - i work with Win XP and you can choose type of formating - default format is FAT 32 but you can click on it and there you have as well offer for FAT - try this, i did it and my sd card have no more problem!!! thax a lot to alexross!
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
SOURCE: Removing date & time on photos
Moving the files back to the camera will not accomplish that. The only ways to remove the date from the photos is to either crop it out of the picture or using imaging software to remove/paste over the date
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
SOURCE: I bought two 4 GB
pny does not supply card readers w/memory cards-sandisk on certain cards includes reader because file format is different on sdhc cards -try downloading direct from camera w/usb or get a card reader that absolutley supports sdhc type cards-not all readers do!
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
I believe you are referring to the PowerShot SX100 IS, as there is no SD100 IS. And yes, it does have the date stamp option while the image size is set to the postcard mode.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
SOURCE: time and date display
I have the same camera and the only way to do this is to first, Make sure you have set the date and time correctly on your camera. Take a picture or View picture you want date & time stamped. Press the circular 'Menu/Set' button Press down arrow to playback mode Press right arrow on 'text stamp' Choose whether to apply stamp to single or multiple photos Press 'Menu/set' to select photo to stamp. Choose which stamps to add. Date, time, age etc.. Press 'Menu/set' again and select 'Yes' in box. The only problem with this is that it will resize your photos to 3m, which can make them grainier if you took them at a higher res. Gillian
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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