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It looks like the Samsung/Android software strictly obeyed the spec and recorded the capture date in UTC. And there is no time zone or indication of local time recorded in non-standard fields in the video.
There are (at least) a few ways that Adobe could improve this situation (caused by Apple's QuickTime specification failure):
- Adobe could ask Android or Samsung to record time zone in a non-standard field and give Adobe permission to read it. They could suggest the same field that iOS uses.
- LR could infer the time zone from the GPS data (there's a well-maintained database of worldwide time zones they could use).
- LR CC could add the Edit Capture Time command that's been in LR 1 - 7, which would let you manually shift the time shown for the video.
Based on years of Adobe's indifference to capture-time issues, I'm guessing this last may be the best you could reasonably hope for.
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