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  • Flip a clip upside down?

    I'm trying to make a new camera-mount on a r/c heli and the easiest way is to make a mount with the camera upside down.
    But is there any way to flip the whole clip 90 degrees afterwards?

    S

  • #2
    If it's upside down we're talking about 180 degree. Use the mirror filter.

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    • #3
      Did you mean 90 degrees or 180 degrees?

      There is a "Mirror" effect in the Video Filters category that can do a vertical or horizontal flip, or both.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Zorro View Post
        If it's upside down we're talking about 180 degree. Use the mirror filter.
        Bummer, 180 degrees is what I meant. But if I also can flip it 90 degrees, it gives me more mounting choices.

        Thanks for the tips guys?

        Edit: Nope, mirror does only make original left side the right side an so on. It' does'nt flip the clip upside down.

        S
        Last edited by nilste; 05-29-2007, 07:20 PM.

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        • #5
          Bring up the Settings dialog for the Mirror effect, there you have the choice of how the flip the image.

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          • #6
            If you apply the mirror filter and then you open its settings you will see that there is a choise for vertical fliping as well...

            An alternative that will give you more freedom on rotanion is to use the 3d picture in picture keyer
            Aristotelis Bafaloukos
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            • #7
              Originally posted by nilste View Post
              Edit: Nope, mirror does only make original left side the right side an so on. It' does'nt flip the clip upside down.
              Flip on both axes and it'll be a 180-degree rotation.

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              • #8
                Bummer, 180 degrees is what I meant. But if I also can flip it 90 degrees, it gives me more mounting choices.
                As Ari says, 3D PIP is the one.

                Then you have max flexibility with what you can do with the clip.

                If only heavy keyframing would not introduce such jerkiness to those inherently unstable shots you sometimes get in sits such as these. You can only go so far with bad aquisition footage.
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                • #9
                  Where is this dialog box?

                  Originally posted by THoff View Post
                  Bring up the Settings dialog for the Mirror effect, there you have the choice of how the flip the image.
                  I want to flip a picture top to bottom and cannot locate the mirror settings to make this change.

                  Thanks.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Jolt917 View Post
                    I want to flip a picture top to bottom and cannot locate the mirror settings to make this change.

                    Thanks.
                    Apply the filter & double click the entry in info box!
                    So you can change the direction to vertical!

                    BTW, could you have an eye to the first line?
                    Last edited by Andreas_Gumm; 11-12-2011, 10:27 PM.
                    Andreas Gumm
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                    • #11
                      That advice is somewhat stale now -- a better way to do it with current versions of Edius is using the Layouter (F7).

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by THoff View Post
                        That advice is somewhat stale now -- a better way to do it with current versions of Edius is using the Layouter (F7).
                        Indeed, using the layouter tool is the better way to turn the footage 180 degree! ;)
                        But I thought he asked for mirror settings & that would be different!
                        Last edited by Andreas_Gumm; 11-13-2011, 12:55 AM.
                        Andreas Gumm
                        post production / authoring
                        PC 1Intel Core i7-970 (6 x 3.20 GHz),
                        ASUS P6T Deluxe V2, 12 GB RAM, Geforce 9800GT
                        Windows 7 Ultimate,
                        GV software: EDIUS 7.42, VisTitle v2.5,
                        GV hardware: 3G Storm
                        software SONY DoStudio Indie + EX 4.0.11
                        PC 2
                        Intel Core i7-3770, GIGABYTE Z77X-UD5H F14, 16GB RAM,
                        Geforce 650 GTX, 5x HDD, Windows 7,
                        GV software: EDIUS 7.42, ProCoder 3.0
                        GV hardware: HD SPARK
                        software: Telestream Switch, DTS-HD MAS, Dolby Media Meter

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