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    pisonic
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    Default Putting date and time on the photo printout

    hi guys,

    like to ask if when we transfer the photos frm the dc to pc and use the software to print it out, can we have the date and time imprint on the hardcopy just as the same as the normal photo ?

    i am using the cannon g2 and experimenting with it,,,

    advise is appreciated...

    thanks..

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    pisonic
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    Default Putting date and time on the photo printout

    hi guys,

    like to ask if when we transfer the photos frm the dc to pc and use the software to print it out, can we have the date and time imprint on the hardcopy just as the same as the normal photo ?

    i am using the cannon g2 and experimenting with it,,,

    advise is appreciated...

    thanks..

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    Default Re: Putting date and time on the photo printout

    Originally posted by pisonic
    hi guys,

    like to ask if when we transfer the photos frm the dc to pc and use the software to print it out, can we have the date and time imprint on the hardcopy just as the same as the normal photo ?

    i am using the cannon g2 and experimenting with it,,,

    advise is appreciated...

    thanks..
    Breezebrowser v2.1 should be able to do it.

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    Originally posted by Goondu


    Breezebrowser v2.1 should be able to do it.
    hi,

    installed the program,,, but try to use it... still cannot put the date and time on the image leh..

    any ideas ?

    thanks.

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    Default Re: Re: Re: Putting date and time on the photo printout

    Originally posted by pisonic


    hi,

    installed the program,,, but try to use it... still cannot put the date and time on the image leh..

    any ideas ?

    thanks.
    Go to the proof section, which you will see the Watermark/Captioning. Click the box and use the setting to define where you want to place.

    For a list of items that can be used, refer to the Help menu.

    Example:

    ISO@iso@ @shutter@sec f@aperture@, Copyright Goondu
    means that the image output will be

    ISO50 1/60sec f2.0, Copyright Goondu.

    Hope that helps.

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    Hmm... I wonder PS can do such thing?

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    Originally posted by ziploc
    Hmm... I wonder PS can do such thing?
    Yeah, I would like to know too if PS can use the EXIF info or not?

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    hey,

    managed to do that... thanks for yr help.....

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