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  1. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Using XMedia Recode can you rotate and flip any video.



    Software:
    XMedia Recode (FREE!!!)



    Guide:
    Open your file.
    Under Format choose for example Profile: Custom, Format: MP4 . (You could also make avi, mkv, mov, etc)
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    Under the Audio tab choose Mode:Copy
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    Under the Filters/preview tab click Add filter and choose Rotate.
    Select the Rotate Filter, enable it and choose rotation degree.
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    Last Click Add to Queue and Encode!
    Check the Destination folder for your new video file.
    Done!
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    Flip video(horizontally or vertically):
    You can also Flip your video, under Filters/Preview add the Flip image filter.
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    Other tips:
    Under the Video tab can you adjust the quality.
    Under Bitrate try increase to it 2000-10000. Or change to Rate control mode: Constant Quantizer and try a value between 10-20(lower value=higher quality).
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    Last edited by Baldrick; 7th Jan 2016 at 05:34.
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    Nice tutorial..
    If you had done a left rotate aka -90 or 270
    You would not need flip
    Yes flip is handy
    But better one operation instead of two or three

    Thanks..
    I need to check out Xmediarecode, avidemux has needs my fall back for years
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  3. Member ahhaa's Avatar
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    Thanks, you solved my problem before I knew I had one!
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