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How come an avi video is upside down??

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April 6, 2002 1:44:14 AM

Is there any way that I can flip an avi video upside right when it's upside down?..

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April 6, 2002 2:31:31 AM

Turn your monitor upside down! HAHAHAHAHA

Go to <A HREF="" target="_new">;/A> and download Virtual Dub. Within vd go to filters and one should say flip or rotate or something like that. Show output will let you see if it is flipped correctly before you save. NOTE you cannot use the very fast "direct stream copy" and filters at the same time. Using a filter you also need to select full processing mode which will take some time.

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April 6, 2002 10:10:38 PM

LOL I don't think so!

Alright thanks!
Doesn't this mean I'll have to re-encode the entire movie???
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April 7, 2002 11:41:03 AM

"Doesn't this mean I'll have to re-encode the entire movie???"

Unless someone else has a better way, yes.

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April 7, 2002 5:55:41 PM

err.. okay then thanks.
Well would you know anything bout encoding XVCD's??
if you do would you know what to put the resolution at?? at the highest at 720x576 or the lowest at whatever it was,...
April 8, 2002 1:49:43 AM

Ok thanks
August 4, 2009 1:25:25 AM

I downloaded VirtualDub-1.9.4 to turn the video around. Because I used a RCA Small Wonder Digital camcorder in the car with a mount on the windshild. So the camcorder was up-side-down.

The video it came from about 30 min. is 0.98 GB and I set VirtualDub like this:

Under "Video" picked "Filters" then clicked "Add..." and picked "rotate" and "OK" picked "Around 180º" then "OK" and "OK" again. That showed the video the right way on the right side. Took about real time to convert it but it's way bigger! 0.98 GB to 42.4 GB!

Is there any way for it just to do out the same way as the input. Just rotate it 180? Then save it just the same pixel by pixel only rotate 180?

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