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    Default Here is one for you guys

    I am after a video editing software that can copy a timestamp from the clip and save it on word/excel/or other documents.
    At my job, I am viewing a lot of CCTV footage where I have to manually type the time stamp for the clip onto a word document where something happened. Will save more time if the software will do that for me, the time bit I mean, because I can write the rest.
    Any help will be appreciated. Thanks

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    I know adobe premiere can do this. You can just scrub and then click the time and to ctrl+c .
    Made you a sample vid:
    The cats are watching us...

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    If I understand correctly what the OP wants is a way of copying a timestamp that is embbedded in the original video (ie not the time from the start of the the clip, but date/time recorded onto the CCTV footage).
    I know of nothing that can do that.

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    Ah if it's literally that, that's entirely different. However you could theoretically use the built in Windows Snippet tool to it copy it to the word file as an image.
    The cats are watching us...

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