Old 9th August 2003, 11:19   #1
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Anybody have software that'll rotate video?

I was stupid and took a few videos last week in Yellowstone with my digi cam turned and it hurts my neck watching the videos sideways.

Does anyone know of any free or "free" software that I can rotate the few MB videos with?

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Old 9th August 2003, 11:34   #2
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no man, that searches websites. he wanted to rotate video.

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Old 9th August 2003, 11:44   #4
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no man, that searches websites. he wanted to rotate video.
Holy Shit that was funny

wait let me check... still is funny

im sure a nice cracked version of Adobe Perimer could do it. or you could export each frame as BMP rotate it and recompress them as mpg (stupided idea i think i ever came up with)

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I am quite aware of Google, but before I did a search for "video rotating software" which would probably result in 10 million programs, 1/2 of them viruses and the others a pain in the ass, I thought I'd ask here to get a useful response.

Anyway, thanks whiteflip.

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get a good video editing suite from kazza. just dont tell the riaa...
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http://www.newfreeware.com/graphics/1659/

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Some of the functions included are:
1. Search disk, CD Rom or local area network for common files by file type (extension).
2. View Pictures, Documents, Surf the Internet, Play Videos, and Play Music Files all simultaneously.
3. Picture ThumbNails for a folder with picture selection by mouse click.
4. Save files to another folder location or with a new file name, locally or across the intranet network.
5. Print picture and image files with Titles, sizing and page positioning.
6. Microsoft's Multi-Media player built in for MIDI, MP3, AVI, MPG, ASX and MOV Files.
7. Find all the MP3 files on your disk and play them.
8. Load the program commonly used to create or maintain the file.
9. Many Picture File Editing functions as cut and paste, rotate, reverse, flip, brightness, contrast, color control.
10. Digital Camera and Scanner Twain Support.
11. Create multiple Favorite Lists, Video Play Lists, and Music Play Lists.
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18. Accessory Media Viewer Max fully tested for use under Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, and Windows XP with Pentium Class microprocessors.
19. Must have 50 Megabytes of free disk space, best to have at least 128 Mb of RAM, and Pentium microprocessor.
20. Run or click on AccMediaView.exe with Windows Explorer, and the downloaded file will uncompress and install Media Viewer.
I am assuming it means it can edit video in teh same ways in which you could edit a picture (image). If not, I tried.

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have you tryed virtualdub ???

http://www.virtualdub.org/

It's free, powerfull, and you can rotate videos.... just doesnt do saving as MPG's :P
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nobby your sig is so annoying it makes me want to rip my eyes out and force feed them to you.
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o god no! back on topic, did any of those links i gave work?
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have you tryed virtualdub ???

http://www.virtualdub.org/
virtualdub is probably one of the best freeware AVI manipulation apps you can get. It will rotate video using one of the many filters from the video drop down menu. It doesnt handle mpeg though.
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It doesnt handle mpeg though.

you find it does load mpeg's, and you play about with them. you just cannot save em as mpegs but saving em as avi works fine
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VirtualDubMod is Vdub on steroids, loads almost anything, and will rotate video using the filters

http://virtualdubmod.sf.net
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hahaha whiteflip!

you linked the image!
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I loaded a VCD mpeg into it one time and it says 'pack synchronization error'

good link Twilightseer, I'll have to check it out
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rotating videos

Thanks for the info Twilightseer. My thanks to Avery Lee for the program that rotated the images. You can play this clip in any video player, but if you download his program, you can manually control the speed of the video with a slide that is located at the bottom of the display __ a nice touch.

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Why was it shot sideways at all in the first place?
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video image rotation/orientation

I took some video clips of my granddaughter with my digital camera camera. When I put them in WINAMP to view, I discovered they were rotated 90° the wrong way. Since a video of a six-month old swinging up and down in the playground swing set, rather than back and forth, looked really weird, I tried to rotate it to the correct orientation. Everything I attempted in windows media player (I am using Windows XP) as well as the WINAMP player remained locked in the wrong orientation.
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The quickest way to deal with it is to just put your monitor on its side!

No special programs, no great fuss (Unless you have a heavy monitor, or an Apple, wich you dont so meh) and its FREE!

I've said it 2 times before, and I've said it again.

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Can't movie maker 2 do that? :P

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I don't know if movie maker 2 can do that; what is movie maker? This video stuff is new to me. I wanted to send some videos to family members in northern California, and now I am learning there is much tinkering to do. For one thing, uncompressed .avi files are huge, and the 9.5 megabyte attachment I sent out to everyone is bouncing back to my inbox. Although I can save and download it from the inbox, it's apparent that no one else has been successful in doing this because the video file is too big for their email accounts. I will have to find a plan B.
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I don't know if movie maker 2 can do that; what is movie maker? This video stuff is new to me. I wanted to send some videos to family members in northern California, and now I am learning there is much tinkering to do. For one thing, uncompressed .avi files are huge, and the 9.5 megabyte attachment I sent out to everyone is bouncing back to my inbox. Although I can save and download it from the inbox, it's apparent that no one else has been successful in doing this because the video file is too big for their email accounts. I will have to find a plan B.
Plan B:
Use webspace provided by your ISP (if they have provided any and if it is enough) or purchase some webspace somewhere. Then upload the videos to it and send your family members nice tiny emails with just links to the videos. This gives the family the freedom to download the videos at their leisure and doesn't clog their inboxes with (no offence intended) boring videos of someone's kids when they really need it free for recieving important mail. They'll thank you for it, trust me

OR Plan C:
Burn it to a cd and mail to them old-school style . Sometimes it's just easier that way, especially if they're not very computer savvy.

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If vdubmod won't work right, avisynth can rotate video too.
It's generally faster once you get used to it (and it's also free as in GNU).
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I am quite aware of Google, but before I did a search for "video rotating software" which would probably result in 10 million programs, 1/2 of them viruses and the others a pain in the ass, I thought I'd ask here to get a useful response.

Anyway, thanks whiteflip.
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I am quite aware of Google, but before I did a search for "video rotating software" which would probably result in 10 million programs, 1/2 of them viruses and the others a pain in the ass, I thought I'd ask here to get a useful response.

Anyway, thanks whiteflip.
Using the quotation marks, "video rotating software" came up with 3 results... HA!!!

Had you attempted the google search, you probably wouldn't have posted here. I saw 2 good results of the 3. Assumption can be terrible advice to oneself.
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However, by asking people that he "knows", he can get a more informed opinion of the software, rather than just relying on what the developers say it can do, so asking here first was a good idea.
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Actually entering "video rotating software" in Google produces 3 links to the same thread in a tech support forum about someone's desktop problems.

Veeery useful.
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