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Oct 22, 2019

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The Date displayed in the Information Panel is off by 6 or 7 hours for all of my media. When I look at the date by listing the files in explorer, the time is correct, but when I look at the same file in PSE Organizer, the time is 6 hours earlier.  Is there a setting to adjust the time displayed based on the time zone where you are located.  I am in the Mountain Standard Time zone which is UTC - 7 hours.  If I look at a picture taken when daylight savings is on, the time is out by 6 hours, where as a picture taken on a date when daylight savings would have been off, the time is out by 7 hours.  I initially thought it might be a setting on my camera, but it is affecting all pictures even those I scanned manually.  Is there a registry setting that PSE uses to adjust the date?  I can not find any settings in Preferences.

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PSE 2019 Date

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The Date displayed in the Information Panel is off by 6 or 7 hours for all of my media. When I look at the date by listing the files in explorer, the time is correct, but when I look at the same file in PSE Organizer, the time is 6 hours earlier.  Is there a setting to adjust the time displayed based on the time zone where you are located.  I am in the Mountain Standard Time zone which is UTC - 7 hours.  If I look at a picture taken when daylight savings is on, the time is out by 6 hours, where as a picture taken on a date when daylight savings would have been off, the time is out by 7 hours.  I initially thought it might be a setting on my camera, but it is affecting all pictures even those I scanned manually.  Is there a registry setting that PSE uses to adjust the date?  I can not find any settings in Preferences.

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Oct 22, 2019

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Hi 

 

Can you please make sure the country/region sleected in preferences is correct.

Also, you can adjust the Date and Time by:

  • Select the media whose Date and Time you want to change
  • Right click or Goto Edit
  • Select Adjust date and Time of the Selected Items
  • In your case, you can choose, Shift by set number of hours (time zone adjust) option
  • Make the change and click Ok

 

Hope this helps. Kindly let us know if you need any other help.

 

Regards,

Nidhi

 

 

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The Country/Region in preferences is set to Canada.  Not very accurate given the number of time zones in Canada.  I am aware that I can adjust the time by shifting it by a specific number of hours; however, I do not want to do that since the actual time in the metadata is correct.  Several other applications as well as Explorer display the correct time. Unless PSE Organizer is using a difference date and time than Explorer.

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