1. Susan Parker's Avatar
    Hello Tech-gurus

    I have to use video using the cam feature (or another if one can be downloaded). It must do two things: record in .avi format and the film must contain a date and timestamp. I also need to be able to pause the video instead of stopping and starting it.

    Can anyone help me out here. I have tried to use the regular cam and all I can do is get MPEG4s and just stop and starts instead of pauses, which means I have to edit them all afterwards to adjoin them and convert to .avi. It would be much easier to do this from source. The date and timestamp is essential.

    Someone has suggested I download an Android app called Time and Datestamp but I don't know if it would work properly on OS10. I don't want to drain my battery with android apps either. But I wil download it if you guys recommend it.

    A speedy response would be appreciated.

    Thx Sue
    05-27-17 02:52 PM
  2. Gatmyer's Avatar
    Can't help with the video format. Can't you just use the date created of the video file instead of a date stamp. Or do you need it to show on the recording.
    05-27-17 03:53 PM
  3. brookie229's Avatar
    Check the BBW app called Penzus MMT. Not sure if it can do what you want.

    edit: sorry just checked and it looks like it will NOT convert to .avi
    05-27-17 04:09 PM

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