I'm in the process of trying to organise all my photos and video from the past decade+ as it's got too much. It's built up quickly over the last few years due to having young kids, and the advent of decent cameras on phones has meant I've built up lots of video and photos that I want to keep. Now, my videos come to something like 80gig and I'm looking to convert them (currently using Handbrake) so they take up less space. I know 80gig doesn't sound a huge amount, when considering hard disk sizes, but I have photos too and ideally I'll backup to cloud storage. My problem is that whenever I convert the video then the dates associated with it are set to the time of the conversion - so if I had a video that had a datestamp of 1st Jan 2005 and I convert it then it sets the date to today, which isn't something I want! You'd think it'd be easy, e.g. if Handbrake (or other video converters) kept the original date, but rather annoyingly they don't! I have done a lot of searching around and not found any answer to this, other than getting into the habit of naming files with the date - but that doesn't help with previously saved files.