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Wenn ich eine Datei als JPEG aus Photo exportiere, wird immer ein falsches Datum gespeichert. Siehe Screenshot. (Man sieht das hier sehr gut, da ich meinen Files immer das korrekte Datum hinzufüge - GsD)

Beim Abspeichern der .aphoto-Datei wird das korrekte Datum gesetzt, auch bei PDF...nur bei PNG und JPG läuft das schief.

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The ‘Date’ column in Windows File Explorer isn’t ‘Date Modified’; it gets the date from different places.  In your case, it’s likely using the ‘Date Taken’ field of the JPEG images.

I cover it in more detail in the below thread:

https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/77861-date-and-time-wrong-on-export-to-jpg-since-the-new-year/

 

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Für alle, die es interessiert: Ich habe eine Lösung des Problems gefunden.

Beim Exportieren einfach in den Settings auf "More..." klicken und unten bei "Embed metadata" das Kreuz entfernen. Siehe Screenshot.

 

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