On Fri, Jul 23, 2021 at 5:54 PM Fulko Hew <fulko.hew(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Fri, Jul 23, 2021 at 8:28 PM Clifford Snow <clifford(a)snowandsnow.us>
> Recently I've noticed that the file timestamp is 7 hours earlier than
> when the file was created. This is happening on both an SD card I use in a
> camera as well as my dashcam. Both the camera and the dashcam have been set
> for the correct date and time. Neither gives me the option for entering the
> timezone. It's not a big issue, but it's a hassle when looking for an image
> or video taken around a particular time.
> Looking at the Exif data on the dashcam video, it has recorded the
> correct time to the exif data. But pulling up the sd card, the video time
> is 7 hours earlier.
> Anyone have suggestions on how to fix this?
Just a guess, but I would assume you set the clock on your camera to your
and the OS is assuming that time is UTC. ... and you are 7 time zones
away from UTC.
pam on the list, report it: https://pagure.io/fedora-infrastructure
The device was set for the local time with no options for timezone. What is
interesting is the dashcam file name includes the correct date and time,
but the file time is 7 hours earlier. And yes, I live 7 hours off of UTC.
For example a file with the filename of 2021_0771_131537_062.MP4 has a time
stamp of 7/21/2021 06:20 AM (Note the video is 5 minutes long so it would
have been written at 13:20 pm. )
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