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editing help please!!!!!

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Making Forum' started by jason t, Jan 27, 2005.

  1. jason t

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    hi can someone please help??
    my brother inlaw just came back off holiday where he done some video shooting , but in all his wisdom he managed to shoot part of his footage with the camcorder tilted horizontally :oops: now what i want to know is there any way of correcting this :lease:

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    Not a great problem - some editing programmes have the function built in - some need a plug-in - and there are some free programmes to do it. What editing programme do you use - maybe it can already do it - let us know and someone will know.
     
  3. jason t

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    i have mgi videowave 3 se or adobe media studio i dont know what he has i would have thought the same as me seeing he has a sony camcorder as well

    thanks

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  4. melliott1963

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    My wife did this one (bless her), and from what I can remember at the time, I was able to fix it in MS Movie Maker.
     
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    Virtualdub (google :)) is very fast and has a rotate filter, so apply that to the source uncompressed AVI. Not sure what that's going to do to the resolution/aspect-ratio however...
     
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    thanks guys

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