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answered 2012-09-29 08:43:27 -0500

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By default, rosbag record will name its output file using the current system date and time. Most individual messages contain a ROS time stamp in the Header field.

Is that what you want?

By default, rosbag record will name its output file using the current system date and time. Most individual messages contain a ROS time stamp in the Header field.

Is that what you want?

By default, rosbag record will name its output file using the current system date and time. You can use the -o option to specify a prefix to go with that date stamp.

Most individual messages contain a ROS time stamp in the Header field.

Is that what you want?