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    Lose creation date of video after conversion with MPEG Streamclip
    Is there any way to keep the file attributes (e.g., creation date) the same when converting a video using MPEG Streamclip? If creation date is lost, iPhoto won't organize the files correctly by time. If there's not a way, what's a good program to change the date back, since Finder won't let you edit file attributes?

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    1. You are of course creating a new file when you convert, ergo the new file has a creation date of the moment you created it. Naturally.

    2. iPhoto itself has a change date/time function that can even alter the original file.

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