So we have a video converter, which is great and everything. But I'm sure you all have discovered that it makes your videos show that they were taken in 1900. Looking at an actual video from my 3DS, there is a RIFF header that uses what looks like EXIF data with some dates in it. There's a bunch of these followed by the actual video data. So I tried just replacing the generic header with the same header as my original video, and it wouldn't open on my computer anymore. So there's obviously more to this than I'm seeing. It doesn't really look encrypted, the fact I can see "Nintendo 3DS" and a date in there at all would suggest that it isn't. But is the length of the file also stored in there? That might be what's screwing it up. The annoying thing is that EXIF editors won't allow me to open the AVI files because they aren't JPEG images. It would just be nice if we could make the videos show as today's date opposed to 1900, since I have like 500 images on my 3DS and it's a major pain in the butt to keep going back to the start for each video.