inlay (or should I say burn? ) datecode or timecode into the frames of a DV file: it is useful to display the date and time of capture on the screen, like the analog camcorders used to do. This function is highly personalizable, with nice features (change font, position, schedule to display ay each scene change, display the datecode on two lines, adjust the alignment, add a border...
Old test results
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Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)
The application starts fine, using an newer quartz.dll and copy the DVdate_64en.exe to the directory ~/.wine/drive_c/Programme/<dvdate> because the program does not start an installation process.
What does not
Files -> Open should open the avi-file. This is not possible, the inlay of the datecode will fail.
What was not tested
The inlay of the datecode to the avi-file.