The captured video turned upside down!

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Red Cloud, Jan 3, 2004.

  1. Red Cloud

    Red Cloud Guest

    Virtualdub. Mpeg-4 High speed Compressor.
    Using VirtualDub and Mpeg-4 high speed compressor turned the video upside
    down. I have no idea why it does that.
    Other Video capture program does not do that only VirtualDub and
    Mpeg-4 compressor do that. Does anyone experience any of this upside down video
    output?
     
    Red Cloud, Jan 3, 2004
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    Chip Gallo Guest

    I had a similar problem using an old version of Microsoft Media Encoder when
    rendering WMV files from AVI. Apparently MS has or had a slightly different
    take on the AVI format and would misread the header on AVIs created by other
    vendors. My solution was to flip the entire program 180 degrees in the
    editing software, which drastically increased the render time. Later I
    stopped saving as AVI and went to MPEG2 and didn't experience this any more.

    Chip Gallo
     
    Chip Gallo, Jan 6, 2004
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