Time and Date setting in export

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  • Robert Farhi
    Did you check that "camera metadata" and/or "all other metadata" are cross-checked in the Process Recipe tool (metadata tab) ?
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  • NN635395405383606250UL
    Hi Robert,

    Thank you; the boxes are all checked. All metadata are exported - but the capture date is changed to the export date. Any other ideas?
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  • Ian Wilson
    If I export an image from C1, say as a JPG file, then look at the metadata in C1, it correctly shows the date as the date and time of capture. But in Finder, the Get Info feature reflects the date and time of creation of the JPG. If I add the JPG to the Photos app, though, right clicking it and choosing Get Info does correctly show the capture date and time, not the export date and time. So that is pretty much as you might hope it would be: Capture One and Photos show the capture date, while Finder shows the file creation date.

    In the metadata tool of Capture One, then, which date and time is shown at Date in the Basic section of the tool?

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  • NN635395405383606250UL
    Hi Ian,

    Thanks for your message. C1 has the right date and metadata export is checked. Finder get info shows the wrong dates, as you mention. Photos unfortunately shows the wrong dates as well, not like you describe.
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  • Ian Wilson
    I wonder whether it depends on the make and model of camera. Perhaps they don't all provide the same information.

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  • Fred Kotler
    You might try opening your exported image in Preview. Then do Get Info and look at the EXIF data. It should show the original capture date and time, not the file creation time. If you import the photo into Photos and do Get Info, you should also see the capture date. Get Info in the Finder reports the file creation date, not the capture date. At least that's how it works on my system. COPro 12.1.
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  • NN635395405383606250UL
    It is not how it works for me. So weird. I have the correct metadata in capture one. I have the export setting set to include everything (I tried exporting with all boxes checked, just to be sure). The file I get has all the metadata BUT the original capture date.....

    Is there any other setting? So strange.
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  • NN635395405383606250UL
    Also, I don't think it is related to the camera. I am shooting with an fuji xt 3
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  • Abbott Schindler
    As was suggested earlier, open the image in Preview or another app that's able to read EXIF data. I just verified with images using 12.1 that all the EXIF C1 shows (that I chose to export) is embedded in the file as expected.

    What I think you're referring to is a Finder issue. As far as the Finder is concerned, the exported image's creation date (which is different from the capture date) is when the exported image was created.

    When I open an exported JPEG in Preview, EXIFapp, ImageEXIFeditor, etc., the correct shoot date/time and other data I specified is definitely present.
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  • SFA
    Exporting a jpg with Camera metadata included using V12 on WIndows 7 I can open the File "Properties" and look at the details tab in in the "Origins" section I can see "Date Taken". Wich is the date I took the shot.

    Using a Viewer the Date/Time taken can be seen under the Camera EXIF information section.

    Windows Explorer will show the Date the image was taken according the Camera Exif shot date and time IF the Camera Exit data has been included for output.

    If it has not been included (in my test examples no metadata was included in the output processing) Windows explorer will use the jpg file creation date and time.

    I assume that Mac's do something very similar.


    HTH


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  • Abbott Schindler
    No, the Mac's Finder (sort of equivalent of Windows Explorer) doesn't show as much EXIF data as Explorer does, which I think is what's causing the OP's problem. That's why a couple of us suggested opening the file in Preview, which shows a bit more embedded EXIF than Finder does. I don't know of a way to get the Finder's "Get Info" box to show all of the embedded EXIF data.

    Unfortunately (and very confusing to some), the Finder's creation and modification dates reflect when the file was worked on and not the embedded EXIF. Worse, Apple changed how it calculates the dates a couple of OS versions ago.
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  • NN635395405383606250UL
    Dear All, thank you for you help.

    It is not a finder issue unfortunately. This is what I do:

    This is the raw file in capture one. See the creation date correctly shown in the metadata window (14/06/2012):

    https://uc391a5823ccb1dffa3119600254.previews.dropboxusercontent.com/p/thumb/AAcdHtp_jpuDqk14K0CPvkSLikREWXSgi30Jg55OFx9H0jRqo9paBUrl3XZxvo-fsATLbw_DDEjWhuqZoz5wGkxzGtuMBvM0T1cJPlE3vD9O2OkU7dqVKE5DejVGowI3KjYyiyoH3q9C10cgP2oVuja0nISSDJk-FIfwb2ymmJFUBzKdowI2q-w_wKxcCgMxdbfWXizzSCbCVTFeylTnYljgQ3xPZGW5SxOzdbc14k6mL7kIqqErlAbl9O1PmmJE1B-gsrkREJaK8-WMNdDewrQ5ThiNuO4NbVlHSJb74xJjNUcfuFfgNvFDbyQhdWr5BxBAMORQ2ZKi6wkYqC0hvLMLUoHQFaRy5A53speo-9mFZnte_yILLiREMdyoyBiZMdiQzbSbVqUeUtTLS43Snf4J1bXvCy0n00iU6mc6odCVP2MYhoVccoc2pDBuC0hJvUHKl3sNvS98YWiZij2fdkMihneNX2912e81Oku4o-upK4XGgDBhgcDMmagK8peIBA4QABU9cPAyMB2kmdpsbaEi/p.png?size=2048x1536&size_mode=3

    I am exporting the image with all metadata boxes checked:

    https://uc56f30db2a4d2e5005272c49b9e.previews.dropboxusercontent.com/p/thumb/AAcVrWqGNSykHDEmDJf-SwUa9OR-d9AJ1WWuAPwHXyIZiEyXLxpt8JKmie9hEdAY9zHgnrSfNchMb-aV-hmsRCoEFg17WAu65GMJtMCBZHuSc7BqAnk8NJPHNgkVoDLC4U8It8vgwnMO1OfAAZ0skdI_fp_FN82sgJ9yphnrVLHJYabEHxVQyqWO85hwXcWsi-ptyzuMfWFJ5oesXaOD18SJvPTycLPni18UbAMJdynra7Ve_UByaYcz5sMeC3f1Vi95jxqZsKgBoRIpnhJ_AOGWPEr84pyvgoOKcI-7cntR15PxSNIUbUIXz8En6a3-LWld8atL8Y5baOivMyvfk3baOTl5qbPn7getMEMUBhAsgwx7Uij0dJ8BJKLIkBQkCtJMKFeh9SxRe5pCsV5xsjMldqd6IBYcmhf-Lyhy0HkRV2vyyWNUcX2KYolDvIOK3lkIwEknyZajX-uElnPOIXEx/p.png?size=2048x1536&size_mode=3

    Finder shows the wrong dates (as many of you noted:

    https://uc81956c0d4e33ef2a923232e884.previews.dropboxusercontent.com/p/thumb/AAf_uy6LlIg7fTFTyEXvcGCH9Wf4aMOTDpRlfwP6gTeP2D64F6OHyWyPYOnla2gmAoKzOgbMQP6xe8X7MZnPRvk0Ys6-uN0KpQB7_nPDgQABBbyhc5S9K_mvZjLXOm7zdZGd6WreOGvyqNCuIWfBmZif0JEd4KhA0hvShNrJfRlgH2gaUVWaYdET6mr0RDD_jwrUZTtPgjG2STWbx1zWUfNSFpkELTNgers005DmATfZwwaFvix_U29Rz_uNTN4p6g6HixybIZEB7J7SyJahy_Bv3hJzrCimQ3hsVnOGfaJBZqammjkZtlXcceRNsBrnHbWLS7cjK9TEERXA2GrzAHeQO_Ntnw56iSLVNamOm5qCACq1ugvYJkBxj6zG_w37CEpEuG0nC6jJydl_lsDzaXY3kph22DSuFwEA-v9eWp4shqqqfJ81zUhI6lL7hxEVwxQJrmx4lI2J-94OTQVy9XqH/p.png?fv_content=true&size_mode=5

    However, preview shows the wrong dates as well:

    https://uc9bb783d2c043341ccae07a1eda.previews.dropboxusercontent.com/p/thumb/AAet-RAZp2U_7iVW-B9P2BsbFw2rhZRJhr01_6h5QQOACX4FlACVwlh6ZLSyly5gIMxvcKYca-y_iwL3c7ekSx0Pz4yM5muyV8FuoUj65_d718vG75-V45XhOrUEMU_dQsm9DkLLO4xzfp22m93LCnhpKY4pXym9zOVx9qbkst-furf6SnLhJ8x1U-VqUa0_5FgaUvsNixoAGgU5S9FNQ92pJawFav39Q2USu76auYl-zcTpBxenFzmRp-GyK9o7eTsqif0mGfCfZMIBmoO3aZJYYKvTxD0qbLH3QXng8VlFC5eWkgDLYWOdIv2xwxzqaCxK6tk74etVr0Q9YPG6bhgAFw8zJ9ec633AhKLZZ50PBZZp0EMqWcjnJn4SQXSFA9JU8O34uQN-PvmK1fyEpVwKRv5L-TV0xoo4-ChWQLYo7Y4x--IVP7TmYpoiVW1qLfXHoJps_CdPT48yuQzde79q/p.png?fv_content=true&size_mode=5

    And finally (my issue), Apple photos shows the wrong dates (and consequently screws up photo sorting:

    https://uc20d119318dc5dc99aba5dd1c7f.previews.dropboxusercontent.com/p/thumb/AAeWKtweFdiA8yCa70GBqvacLra8XFFQ6nx3U9iUYf0wMfBcrlc46KGZrKhcnFDK4iHJS_Zo5LMxhVYBcqGsUm-qRbRyZRLAbXuXQok4-fJNXYcZGkgl7gGM2t7fToB-zyYChomNXZ-bp_h548FSfM8eOEfUyCkJTHSzQ9G7-mZ_u4_Mh5cgJVf3Fr1X5RSlAOJeRfWWXXheD4TbhJRs29bM5aR_ZIDvQLzTUxzDSpkQYDip9khyDIn_bHUUyPvkj2vo6Nkvi8ZP3jVYjIagz4AY-q0d6d07G-p-tmQLS1OG1TWwoUA5bDSofFs6hEL4s3-BIl97fe7ut7Xwyc1rjTLY6E6C1NNIZNRY6jYxwg5TJYSGJ-D8Ihi0c-rIFbLVb-Bur4ei8bOvY1jDkreZItyQrcPl9SqBjOIQC38TIYAzOKOzyK-9xNGo1s1G-lDjgztDS1U0NMrMW-H5eoRNIEukv-u2w626wRUWZguYBzaQFi_J3DjNMHSTptpzDNDa4YT00c0WcD0bP2_JaeVuWJEz/p.png?fv_content=true&size_mode=5

    Funnily enough, I am seeing this issue on my MacBook (which I use when traveling) but not on my iMac at home - yet, I use the same settings on both machines (or so I'd like to think at least)

    Any ideas?
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  • NN635395405383606250UL
    I fixed it. But the solution is super weird. I changed my Macbook's preference settings to 24 hour clock:

    https://ucf914009a17a8ab0db70d8cc9d0.previews.dropboxusercontent.com/p/thumb/AAfgocPLYxzDLLQY2O9vuVMslzjpHADDMaiodgAN6hXVSFp1cuvObt1X8Fc8y-7QB7q7hFwBU2so14GzWGhsN6Xlc4KnPjRHPsdIRlAxUKBX-zBts8rj0bjX6n3WZ-fNnBB9xxfnrEMVN8jImZFPny08OP2kQhVnFNeyqF6rFZx_hyFC71qnm009Jo2JFMWIIitHSE2kTVz46MAWs-vKB9J0apWSoff5eltU8W0QRSa0Fj9E4JpMIeqCE6NDBj68dRJzFj5lddGtmeKQW55KwGKZM8rNTkGqJQhSH0V4AS2f9SI_cIKE8QeH_bNGzM3IXaTcYRbkPX9GHm4Gx0I_Yi6w_bbhC1ELwd3dCpTVqdHdXAqzsbyJuuXELBpi5r-NClzpPvKCzu1WQ_FkylUw90giWYDwPdwLBgu83oABo5i2mIu1TxyMKdEuevc54RE95bg-2BdbX-CjpNR3zXfzpsMP/p.png?fv_content=true&size_mode=5

    Now imports show up with the right time upon import in Apple's Photos.
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  • Ian Wilson
    How weird! But pleased to know you were able to solve it.

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  • Gethyn Clothier

    I have the same problem with Capture One 21. If I export a file as 'original' then the EXIF data for the date/time is as it should be, i.e. the capture date. If I export as a 'variant' then the EXIF date for date/time shows as the export date and not the capture date. I have tried selecting and deselecting the export options and it makes no difference.

    This is very frustrating as it throws my catalogue in iPhotos. I have used Finder and Preview (I use a Mac) to check the metadata on the exported file and it shows the export date/time and not the capture date/time.

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  • Fred Kotler

    I just tried exporting a variant (of a raw file) using a process recipe. The EXIF data shows the correct date and time the photo was taken. Note that to see the EXIF data you need to open in Preview (or Photos) and do a get info. The correct date is shown under the heading Date Time Original.  If you just look in the Finder it will show date created which is the export time stamp which is correct since the file was created then.

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  • Gethyn Clothier

    Thank you for your reply, Fred.

    There seems to be an issue with the Photos app with my Mac. I have tried everything and the bottom line is the Photos app shows the date the file was created and not the date of capture. Bizarrely when I export the file from Photos and open it with Preview, the EXIF data is correct so it is clearly embedded in the JPEG, but clicking on 'get info' in Photos shows all correct EXIF data except for the capture date which shows the file created date (i.e the date I exported it from Capture One). This is so frustrating and has only been doing this in the last month or so with older photos correctly showing the capture date.

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  • Fred Kotler

    Gethyn,

    I just checked on my mac (macOS 11.2.3, Photos 6.0). After exporting a file using a process recipe from CaptureOne 21 (14.1.0), I dragged it into Photos where it was imported. Doing a Get Info on the photo in Photos shows the date the photo was taken. The photo, under Library, also shows in the correct date taken order. No idea why you are getting a different result.

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