Hints and Tips for the Samsung NX1 in under 60 seconds. Video metadata is similar to the data embedded in digital images known as EXIF, this gives additional information such as Copyright, Keywords, Shutter Speed, Aperture and the like. Useful for keeping track of what camera settings you used on different shots. A cursory examination of NX1 video files whether in camera (using DISP) or using software such as Adobe Bridge, Da Vinci Resolve or Sony Vegas show no such data. Showing the fields as blank. One could be forgiven for concluding that no such data exists in the files. However they are wrong. Once you have finished recording your clip. Playback the clip in camera. Pause the video on a reference frame. Press the Fn button to render that frame to a JPEG. The new JPEG will contain the metadata. Capture multiple frames to track changes during shots. As a bonus, any archived footage (using firmware v1.4) can be re-imported and extracted in the same way.