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Sorry for the lack of specificity, but i really didn't have time to sort through the pack and figger out which one hosed me also - although using a fake email To be sure on what video format to choose, see this article on Wikipedia. Do It Yourself 7,259 views 1:23 Loading more suggestions... Browse until you find the pictures or videos that you want to add, select them and click the Add button. check over here

Loading... Will you still be able to browse the web? The Preview window looks like in the screenshot below. Please reply if this helped you. -- Da Wangmeister ([email protected]), May 22, 2003.

i had the same problem with a few avi files i DLed mostly divx ones. Now you can turn to saving your video or continue editing. 4.Export the rotated or flipped video When your video turns out perfectly, you can click "Create" to save the rotated Step 4: Select the GREEN PLUS SIGN at the bottom to apply your filter.

Thanks, Loz. Those are the easiest ways to rotate a video if you have one that is upside down. I've tried encoding with no audio, thinking the VBR mp3 was the problem, but this made no difference. I am also having the same problem as Ken.

The quality of encoding really was very average too. Would Nimo solve this? BTW the email address is not my real one. -- ([email protected]), February 23, 2004. http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/97272-My-video-is-upside-down Using G-Spot, I got the real answer.

my problem is a little bit different... - i export from AVID a quicktime reference of my timeline... - that's the fastest way to get a .mov - then i burned all this time I've just been flipping my tv upside down. Here you can add and organize items, you can save & open compilations or configure DVD menu settings. Or (2) The way conversion programs call to the xvid to export the raw video to the program.

click on vcd ...

i had the same trouble but i was trying to do xvid - vcd .. Next to the DVD-Video tab there is the Compatibility tab. Also, you can check the Rotate button and then skew the video at any angle that you like.

Also, be sure to read my post on burning a video DVD using Windows Movie Maker. http://todayspec.com/avi-file/avi-file-confusion.php but I have had no problem with ffdshow...just be sure to use the latest from doom9. Quote 26th Apr 200314:04 #4 Goatgod77 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateOct 2002 I just read this post and I have a similiar problem. I grappled with this for ages.

First and upmost there is a very worthwhile program to download to check which codec you need for your avi/xvid file. It's independent so it runs under Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and BSD. Via Windows Media Player the film plays OK but when converting and burning to a (S)VCD and playing it in a DVD-player the whole film is played up side down. this content March 4th, 2016 by Aseem Kishore File in: Computer Tips There are 0 comments, care to add yours?

No stress, and it's fun, too! period. The temporary file location you can let it as Default.

Regarding Blu-Ray, Windows 7 does not have native support for it which means that you won't be able to burn such disks with Windows DVD Maker.

If you are using Windows 8, these buttons fail to cooperate and a sideways video remains a sideways video. On the Adjustments and Effects dialog, click on the Video Effects tab and then click on the Geometry tab. I seem to have the exact same issue. i had same problem when nero previewed a video before it encoded it.

u can make a VCD look like a proper DVD using Intro video, scene selects, etc... Had the same problem. WHY IN THE HELL IS THIS THREAD STILL GOING.......I TOLD YOU HOW TO FIX THE UPSIDE DOWN PICTURE. http://todayspec.com/avi-file/avi-file-corrupt.php About iSkysoft Volume Licensing Contact Us PDF Editor Solution for SMB Affiliate Program Terms & Conditions Privacy License Agreement Sitemap Choose your country English (US) English (UK) Deutsch Français Italiano Español

Loading... I believe Nero is burning my movies properly but i'm not sure why the DVD won't play it back properly... Keep a copy of the codecs somewhere in case you need them and the site is no more. Once you've gotten there, look down the list to where it says "Miscellanious".

Problem solved! -- Anonymous ([email protected]), May 31, 2004. Do It Yourself No viewsNew 0:56 ipod Nano 5th Generation Video Camera Test - Duration: 2:11. On the left, you can click the buttons to change the rotation, ratio, and color bands. Loading...

I personally don't like using the 'hard way around'; nero has a near to perfect implementation, so I want to use it. Online Tech Tips Search Menu Windows Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP Tips Computer Tips Google Tips Internet Explorer Tips MS Office Tips Mac OS X Web It's kind of a strange option, but it exists! That's all it took.

I am wondering if all of you are having this problem with both VCD and SVCD? What is the problem here ??? Sign in to make your opinion count. Control the action with speed up and slow down effects.

IT'S SIMPLE AND FAST...CHANGE THE FOUR CC TO divX.....OPEN UP YOUR FOUR CC CHANGER....KEEP THE TOP XVID BUT CHANGE THE BOTTOM TO divX...I'M NOT GOING TO HELP AGAIN IF I SEE After that, it should work. I was having the upside down problem until tonight. Re-installed just the codec I needed, I tried with Nimo.5.0 build 7 and 8 that didn't work, so............. 1.

You need to find a guide or converter to convert from DivX;) to MPEG.