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  • jeck
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    Joined: Dec 3rd, 2007, 08:18
    prove the date of a file
    how can i prove that a project or bounce is really from the date is written in the file or project... is there some kind of chronologic list of projects in logic . or some metadata that shows that you use the apple americas/U. S (time apple com) or whatever .... thanks you in advance
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  • GaryHiebner
    Posts: 1434
    Joined: May 6th, 2007, 12:54
    Re: prove the date of a file
    Hi Jeck, If you select a file, press Cmd-I. This will give you the information on the file. Look at the[b] Created[/b] and [b]Modified[/b] Labels. [b]Created[/b] is when you first created the file, and [b]Modified[/b] is when you last modifed the file, such as opening it and saving it. I hope this is what you mean. The dates and times are determined by how you have setup your Date/Time on your Mac.
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  • jeck
    Posts: 108
    Joined: Dec 3rd, 2007, 08:18
    Re: prove the date of a file
    Thank you Gary ,but not exactly what i mean ...let me explain in other words.. some company use my music (my file) in national broadcast in Mexico...so i have to prove in a court of law. that the creation date, is really from that date.., because you know, that if i change the time manually in my mac today, and put 12/10/ 2010 and i make a bounce. the file is going to read that date instead of 2/10/2013 (today) the real date rigth?... my question is , is there something that i can do to demonstrate that the date of my original file is really from 12/10/2010 because i use the Automatic Apple Americas /U.S.time apple .com instead of manually setting of time ....some metadata or forensic metadata .may be i going to need another software to get it..but not the normal metadata that you get from Cmd-i that tells you the date of creation but not if you use the automatic apple time or manually ..... or, again, some list in logic that shows all the projects i have made in a chronologic and inalterable way... or any other way ...... sorry about my english is not my language and i dont know if its clear now what i mean thank you very much for your response
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  • GaryHiebner
    Posts: 1434
    Joined: May 6th, 2007, 12:54
    Re: prove the date of a file
    Ok, I see. Is it the Logic project or the bounced audio file that you need the data to?
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  • jeck
    Posts: 108
    Joined: Dec 3rd, 2007, 08:18
    Re: Re: prove the date of a file
    thanks Gary,i prefer the file ,but the project, its ok. the thing is that...... it has to be INDUBITABLE to the judge and the lawyers. thanks again for your concern
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