arthurohara wrote:I doubt very much this would have been left in this way if there was human intervention. The fact thirty eight segments were recorded as edited in such a short space of time also breaks possible normal editing timelines, as does the fact differently named segments (5) were edited at the exact same second.
Any observations would be appreciated.
Another observation: the edit time on a segment shows the time changes to that segment were *saved*, Consequently, if a number of edits are made over a period of time and then saved, they will all have the same (or nearly the same, depending on how long the save takes) apparent modification time.
Therefore, it's quite normal, possible and reasonable for a number of differently-named segments to have exactly the same modification date. Try it and see for yourself next time you're editing: change three different segments, leaving a minute between each one, then hit save, and see what modification time they have. It's possible to make dozens of edits and then save them all in one go, giving them all the same (or nearly the same) modification date. I expect that this is what you're seeing here.
++David \ davidg666