DVMP Pro 8 Features

DVMP Pro is the most comprehensive and reliable method of time-stamping your camera's video files. It extracts the recording date and time (also known as datacode or datecode) and stamps it onto the visible area of each frame. See the original date and time of recording change in real-time and with frame accuracy. Choose the exact format of the date and time stamp, also the font, size, position and language. Import time-stamped files into your own video editing or DVD authoring software. Works with video files from many cameras, camcorders and smartphones - try the DEMO version with your own files. See the list of supported file types.

Play camera files and view the date and time changing in real-time - handy if you don't need a stamped file and just need to see the date and time immediately!

Also stamp or view other metadata information such as camera exposure settings or GPS location when the recording was made, changing in real-time. Exact info available will vary depending on camera/camcorder model - try the DEMO version with your own files.

See a GPS map of where the video was recorded (for cameras with inbuilt GPS units).

DVMP Pro is useful in the investigation, security, military and forensics sectors where you need to know reliably when and where video files were recorded, and when a particular recorded event happened.

The GPS features are also useful in geographic, marine, environmental and traffic surveying when you need to know where video was recorded to the nearest video frame.

See the list of features below. There's also masses of online help.

Time stamp MP4, MOV, AVCHD, DV, HDV & Sony HDD

Play camera-recorded video files

GPS Geotagging support

Batch Processor module

Capture DV / HDV module

Export metadata

Export metadata to DVD subtitles

Add recording Date/Time to File properties

Edit and correct DV metadata

Convert between DV file types

Extract Audio


System Requirements

DVMP Pro can be installed on desktop or laptop computers that are running a 64 bit edition of Microsoft Windows 10 or 11.

Earlier versions of Windows (such as 7 or 8.1) are no longer supported, as Microsoft finally ceased extended support for them back in January 2023.

Most modern computers are equipped with hardware acceleration that makes it possible for even relatively low-powered models to play and process video with ease. Most X64-based Windows computers manufactured since 2015 should therefore work well with DVMP Pro, though if you are working with 4K video a more powerful computer with at least 8GB of memory will make the player more responsive and time stamping more efficient.

DVMP Pro only runs on the Windows platform. It does not run on other operating systems.

You can check whether your computer is running a 64 bit edition of Windows by going to Start > Settings > System > About, then look under Device specifications > System type.


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