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    Default "Flipping" a video

    Hiya all,

    Let's start off with the fact that I have never messed with video editing, so please be gentle.

    Anyway, I have a .mov video (which I can convert to .avi or whatever is needed) of a vacation and to my foolishness I recorded it with the camera placed vertically, so when I watch it in the computer I have to watch it with my head tilted to the left (not very comfortable).

    And to my question:
    Is it possible to flip a video, like you do with pictures, in 90 degrees and other angles? and if it is possible, which software should I use to do so?

    Thanks in advance!
    -Naty
    Last edited by TheHim; 04-25-2008 at 12:26 PM.

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    Try the Watermark Master!
    You can rotate or flip video very simple, for it - look menu - Filters/Rotate.

    http://www.videocharge.com/

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    In Windows Movie Maker under Video Effects you have Rotate 90, Rotate 180 and Rotate 270, try those to see how you get on. There are also two Mirror effects.

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