Offsetting time in Adobe Bridge

Discussion in 'PC and I.T support/Advice posts' started by Spinal, Mar 3, 2008.

  1. Spinal

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    I'm sure one of the more proficient photographers here can give me a hand here!

    I grabbed some pictures off a friends camera from my trip to France, but when I added them to my pictures, I noticed that he had his date/time set somewhere in 2006, thus messing up my picture viewers "sort chronologically" feature.

    Any ideas how to offset the date/time in bridge? (or any other software for that matter?) Ideally, I could batch this, e.g. +5hrs:3mins 2days/1month/2years instead of calculating it myself and redoing it myself!

    Michele
     
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    Thanks!
    That does EXACTLY what I needed!

    Tomorrow I'll regrab the originals (I mucked up the exif timestamp - they're all at the same time :p)

    Thanks again!
     

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