Firstly thanks to the developers for a great program!
I have just started using the BT747 desktop software (v2.0.3) on my Ubuntu 12.04 LTS system running Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_31-b04).
I live in Queensland Australia - timezone UTC+10.
Everything works great - Except that I am having a problem when I tag photo files with the GPS data from my iBlue 747A+.
E.g. A photo I took today has an internal timestamp of 12:02:00 local time (=02:02:00 UTC). The filesystem shows the file with timestamp 12:02:00 EST (my local timezone)
In BT747 desktop software I set the time zone to 10h in the "Files to Tag" tab. I have also set the Timezone in the "Output Settings" tab to UTC+10
I click on "Tag from file" and the file is correctly tagged with the GPS location info from the 747A+.
BUT: When I click "Save Tagged Files", the new file is saved with a filesystem timestamp of 22:02:00 EST - this is 10hours in advance of the correct time. The backed up ("_original) file still has the correct timestamp.
Any idea how I can make the Save Tagged Files set the filesystem timestamp on the new tagged file correctly?
Many thanks for any suggestions!