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    How do i rotate a video image?

    Some video was taken this weekend, but the photographer took them with the digital camera tilted sideways. So now I'd like to rotate the video back to normal. What's the easiest way to do this?

    The files are in .avi format.

    -Brad

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    Got Windows XP?

    If so then use Windows Movie Maker, already on your computer. In the video effects section you can rotate 90 or 180 degrees. If doing more than that then be sure to download the most recent version because the original version wasn't that great.
    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/d...viemaker2.mspx

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    or try this.....(selfish promotion, sorry! )

    http://www.avid.com/freedv/index.asp

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    Wherewolf -

    Thank you very much for the suggestion of Windows Movie Maker. I didn't even know I had it on my computer, but it was easy to use and worked great!

    -Brad

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    Turn Head

    slightly to the left! there you go! thanks Wherewolf now i was able to fix all mine!

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