#1 : 31/05-12 23:04
i have to rename my jpg and the raw images which all actually sorted by an number. So i have:
Now i want to rename all files to 2011-09-25_14-24-36_IMG_0002.cr2 with following syntax:
<Year Modified>-<Month Modified>-<Day Modified>_<Hour Modified>-<Min Modified>-<Sec Modified>_<Name>
This works, BUT There is an error into the data!!!
If i check the record-date of the jpg-files i see they was one hour before recorded as the modified-date shows me.
..._14-24-36_....jpg <-- ..._<Hour Modified>-<Min Modified>-<Sec Modified>_...
..._13-24-35-18_....jpg <-- ..._<Img Hour>-<Img Min>-<Img Sec>-<Img Subsec>_...
I use Timezone: (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rom, Stockholm, Wien
You can show the difference with following statement:
<Year Modified>-<Month Modified>-<Day Modified>_<Hour Modified>-<Min Modified>-<Sec Modified>_<Name>_<Img Year>-<Img Month>-<Img Day>_<Img Hour>-<Img Min>-<Img Sec>-<Img Subsec>
In Windows Explorer when i show the details of the file it was correct displayed.
Please fix the bug (if it is one).
Sorry for my terrible english ;-)
31/05-12 23:04 - edited 31/05-12 23:06
#2 : 31/05-12 23:32
Reply to #1:
Ok now i have deaktivated the automaticly switch between summer and winter time.
And now it seems correct. --> it is for me an tempporary Workaround.
#3 : 04/06-12 21:13
Reply to #1:
I don't have a work around for that problem right now. But I will check if there is a problem and fix it when I get a chance to do so.