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No Sequential Ordering for Video Files!!!,
This review is from: Sony NEX-5N 16.1 MP Mirrorless Digital Camera with Touchscreen - Body Only (Black) (Camera)
You buy a $600 camera and the stupid developers can't even implement sequential file numbers for video files--only photos. So when you clean off all your video files, the numbering starts over again at 00000.MTS! Just another reason developers suck, because they are lazy. Wow, I bet there are like 1000 technical roadblocks to implement this feature...I think we will have to wait for quantum computing. Seriously Sony, make those lazy developers that "work" for you fix it.
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Initial post: Jan 7, 2012 1:14:25 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Jan 19, 2012 1:37:45 PM PST
I. A. Finkelstein says:
In the camera index, every video file is identified by showing an image of the first frame. This is more convenient than merely showing a file number. Additionally, you can set up the internal folders automatically by date. When I import the video files into the computer for editing, the file names are no longer just "00001.mts" etc., but are named starting with the date they were created, followed by the time. (e.g. "20111212150434.m2ts" or "20111212144641.m2ts"). I don't know whether this is the case when they are imported into all video editing programs, but it is the case with the bundled Sony software.
Posted on Jun 19, 2012 3:27:06 PM PDT
No Brainer says:
You need a girlfriend, bj.
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