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Oraculo

read date and time of recording of the dvd

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I need a script that gives me the date and time recorded for a DVD

sorry my english ...

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You could read the date and time of a file in the dvd by using FileGetTime()..

Don't forget to include <File.au3>


[font="Garamond"]Manjish Naik[/font]Engineer, Global Services - QPSHoneywell Automation India LimitedE-mail - Manjish.Naik@honeywell.com

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You could read the date and time of a file in the dvd by using FileGetTime()..

Don't forget to include <File.au3>

I need the date of recording of the dvd and not the date of the file.

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please it is important and urgent!

q I have staff trained to that done here.

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post please

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not know much about programming in autoit.

not try anything.

I want you posted a script for this function

please help me.

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you help me?

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Definitely not. You are not willing to try by yourself, so what makes you think I could be bothered to help?

If you want someone to write it for you, there is RentACoder.

Cheers,

Brett

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Sorry for the inconvenience.

I do not know where to begin

I figured that someone here could help me with this script

I know here are very skilled users for that.

again I apologize for the inconvenience and for my bad English

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We on the autoit forum don't help those who don't help themselves. I myself don't see why Manjish's idea wouldn't work.


The Wheel of Time turns, and Ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legend. Legend fades to myth, and even myth is long forgotten when the Age that gave it birth comes again.

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@hawkwing

I too am un sure why this guy says that my idea won't work.. I tried this out.. It works.. I mean if somebody doesn't even try out a solution, how can he dismiss it entirely.. I have lost total interest in helping this guy!! >_< And I guess, I am not the only 1!! :(


[font="Garamond"]Manjish Naik[/font]Engineer, Global Services - QPSHoneywell Automation India LimitedE-mail - Manjish.Naik@honeywell.com

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not had success when using FileGetTime ...

my dvd was taped on 21/08/2009 and the file was recorded 14/08/2009.

the date is not in sync.

so I told the q FileGetTime not work.

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not had success when using FileGetTime ...

my dvd was taped on 21/08/2009 and the file was recorded 14/08/2009.

the date is not in sync.

so I told the q FileGetTime not work.

I don't believe (someone correct me if i'm wrong) any sort of Date/Time stamp is created when a disc is burned, be it DVD/CD/BD. The best that can be determined is the date/time stamp of the files, which obviously can be manipulated/modified by burning software.

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I'm actually making a script to check the date and time of recording only dvd to hinder unauthorized copying of the same.

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if anyone knows of a software that can read in the prompt dvd serial number, also solves my problem.

is not the volume id

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#19 ·  Posted (edited)

BrettF thanks for attention

DriveGetSerial () returns me the volume serial dvd

search by physical disk serial ...

this would be an alternative.

so I was looking for a mode of reading the date of recording.

the volume serial can only be verified after the record already recorded.

thus can not use it as potecao on my record.

if anyone knows a way to change the volume serial before burning the disc

this solves my problem

Edited by Oraculo

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someone has more ideas to help me?

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