AE render files have wrong timestamp
When I render out of After Effects (.mov file in attached screenshot), it shows a timestamp of one day in the future. When I render out of Media Encoder (the mp4 file in the attached screenshot), it shows the correct timestamp. I can reproduce this error everytime.
My computer's date and time settings are correct, in the right timezone, and synced to update automatically.
Michael Carter commented
My issue has been resolved. I don't know if this was patched or not but my 2019 and 2020 now have the correct timestamp. Thanks mysterious coder person!
matt giorio commented
Having the same issue.
Vince Penman commented
Same. 10 days in the future. Windows 10.
Saúl Yance Echegaray commented
my renders will celebrate Christmas before than me
Tazok Skywalker commented
Same thing for me from france, 10 days in the future, really really annoying for find the last render
Please do something, we really don't need a new bug !
Dominik Kaznowski commented
same issue, file date is 10 days in the future, Windows 10
Yan Goldshmidt commented
Renders are stamped ten days into the future. AE 17.5.1, Windows 10. System date/time correct.
Jeremy Dance commented
Today is 11/30/2020. Videos I rendered out several days ago have a date of 12/4/2020. I've been shrugging off this issues for several months, but it's getting really annoying, especially when I need to find files via timestamps.
the dudes commented
Same. Terrible. Basic functionality gone whackadoodle. AE plz!!
Michel Woutersen commented
Same here. 9 days into the future. And AE crashes a lot, makes my whole system unstable.
After crash I often have to sign into the creative cloud again
Version 16.0.1 build 48
Derek Salvatore commented
Same here, nine days into the future when exported out of Render Queue, correct date if done through AME. Win10, fully updated Ae. On the default Windows Explorer view under "Date" it shows 11/10/2020 for these files, but if I change the folder settings to display specifically Date Created or Date Modified it shows today's date, 11/01/2020. MediaInfo shows today as the Tagged Date but 11/10/2020 as the Encoded Date. Looked at some stuff I rendered several days ago and realized they all have the same issue, 9 days off. I normally render out of AME anyway but have been having issues with ProRes 4444 + alpha exports unless I do them through Render Queue so I'm dependent on ye olde RQ right now.
Cesar Raymond Santos commented
Also adding my voice to the chorus; mine are dated 9 days in the future.
Running After Effects 2020 (17.5.0 Build 40) on Windows 10.
Steve Perkins commented
Just adding my voice to the chorus of the displeased. I mean, this is the most basic of basic things to screw up. Just did a batch export of 30+ small video files of different codecs, the date and time are all over the place. Windows 10 AE 175. PPro 14.5
Nick Perry commented
Same issue - .mov from AE render queue are dated 7 days in the future while same files exported as a .mp4 from ME have the correct date... WIndows 10 AE 17.1.4
Antoine Autokroma commented
@Antoine Autokroma I'll try and export something with After Codecs and share my findings
John Read commented
Same deal, noticed various times since during Spring 2020, still happening in October.
Antoine Autokroma commented
Could you share a file ?
Do you have the same issue with AfterCodecs ? https://www.autokroma.com/AfterCodecs
There is a free 500 frames trial, no need to pay to tell me if you experience the bug there
Jacques du Plessis commented
Good god, this has been an issue since March? What is Adobe doing??
Jake Koprowski commented
Same here, Windows 10, 5 days in the future, completely maddening