Time Offset

Time Offset

The time offset dialog can be used to modify all timestamps in the currently selected log file by a user configured amount. This command is useful when you intend to merge multiple log files but the timestamps of the log files are not in sync. For example, if you need to merge multiple log files which are recorded in local time in different time zones. The command is also useful when log files recorded on different machines are a millisecond or two out of sync.

Note that this command is not available on merged files or filters.

1

Offset

1. Offset

The offset is set in hours, minutes, seconds and milliseconds.

2

Offset Action

2. Offset Action

The offset action can be either add or subtract depending on if you need to increase or decrease the time interval.

3

Full Date Offset

3. Full Date Offset

If you would prefer to set an offset to a specific time, you can use the Full Date Offset tab. This tab shows two full timestamps. The first is a reference point and cannot be modified. The second is the date that you would like to use instead of the reference time provided. The difference between these two timestamps will be used to calculate the time offset.

4

Delete Offset

4. Delete Offset

Deletes the currently applied offset. Note that this command will be available only if the currently selected log file has an offset applied.

5

Apply Offset

5. Apply Offset

Applies the defined offset to the currently selected log file. This will cause the log file to be reloaded.

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