Intelligent Optics Glasses - setting the time and date
Leave the glasses to one side
On your computer, open the programme "Notepad"
Enter the correct date and time, it has to be in this order 2012/02/26 11:45:00 YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM:SS, set it slightly in front of the real time, to give yourself time to upload to your glasses.
Then push "save as" (in the Notepad box) - At the top, the box will ask where you want to save it to- enter "Desktop", the file MUST be called "time.txt" (on my computer the file name originally showed up as *.txt you have to change that to "time.txt) then press save.
A little icon will appear on your desktop, named "time.txt"
Now Connect the glasses using the USB cable provided, making sure the glasses are switched off.
when you plug into the computer a red light will come on the glasses, this is indicating the connection and charging of the glasses.
Wait for a few seconds and a box will automatically open on your desktop, now you should have an open box with a file showing "DCIM" double click the "DCIM" file to open it, there now should be nothing in the box at all.
At the top right hand corner of the screen, you can see three small boxes, press the centre button, this minimizes the open box to allow you to drag the time.txt file into the box.
You can move the open box by placing the cursor on the coloured band above the box (in my case that band is blue) hold down the left button of the mouse and slide the box away to make the "time.txt" file visible on the desktop.
Now place the cursor on the "time.txt" file, hold down the left button of the mouse and drag the file into the open minimized box. Remember NOTHING should be in the open box before you drag the time.txt file into it.
Once you have done that, disconnect your glasses for a few seconds and then reconnect them to the computer as above. the date and time should now be displayed as you entered it in the "Notepad" file, which is why you should set the time slightly ahead of the actual time.
Of course you cant see it.
Now record something to test the settings are correct.
P.S. No I am not a computer buff.................. it took me 4 hours to work that out even with the instructions. Believe me, whilst it sounds a bit complicated, if I can do anyone can!