Hi everyone, I have a bit of an odd issue. I posted about it in the digital photography subform a while back, and don't want to duplicate the thread. But here's a summary of what's wrong, and the Final Cut Pro X issue and question follows: I take video with an Olympus E-M1 MkII, and noticed that - despite the clock being set correctly - video files are always registered as being taken 10 hours after they really were. For example, if I take a video on 5/16 at 11 AM, Final Cut Pro (and iPhoto, and iMovie) will say it was taken on 5/16 at 9 PM. What's puzzling is that the file creation time, as viewed in Finder, is correct. I checked video settings, time code settings, and so on, but so far I can't figure out why this is happening. (If anyone has encountered something similar, I'd love to hear about it, especially if you were able to fix it.) All of Apple's applications have an option to change the date and time (in Final Cut Pro X, it's under Modify > Adjust Content Created Date and Time), and that seems to work nicely enough... but under Final Cut Pro X, if I quit the program and then restart it, the asset is viewed as having its incorrect time again. It's a particularly major problem when using the date/time title, as that will then display incorrect information. I don't believe I had this issue under iMovie; it seems to be unique to Final Cut Pro X, but I'd need to go back and recheck to be certain. Any thoughts? Addendum: I might have fixed this, at least for Final Cut Pro... I previously had the option checked to also correct the times in the original files. I tried unchecking it just now, and now the readjusted date and time seems to be sticking. So I solved the FCPX question, but it's puzzling what the issue was... does it offer a clue to anyone about why I need to keep making these time adjustments in the first place?