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Sideways Video

Posted by ixoxopaula (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 1, 09 at 10:05

Help! I have an Olympus Stylus 1030SW and recently shot some video sideways. Is there anyway to straighten it up?

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RE: Sideways Video

Sorry can't help you

RE: Sideways Video

The first thing you can try is the Windows Movie Maker in the accessories. Import the video file into the storyboard and right click to choose the video effects. Add rotate 90 degrees to the effect, and then you can export the movie to a WMV file.
The other solution is that you can download a software called virtualdub. Open the video file in virtualdub, and make sure in the video menu you are in the full processing mode. Now choose add filters and find the rotate filter. After the rotate filter, dont forget to add a resize filter. If your original movie is 640~480, you should set the resize filter to 480~640.

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