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Old 05-11-2017, 06:50 PM   #1
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I have been given some mobile phone footage, which was shot landscape (16x9).

When loaded into Edius the footage is upside down. I know I can change this with Layouter when on the timeline, but is there any way to turn the bin thumbnails and in the preview window the right way round before putting the clips onto the timeline?
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Old 05-11-2017, 09:36 PM   #2
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I have been given some mobile phone footage, which was shot landscape (16x9).

When loaded into Edius the footage is upside down. I know I can change this with Layouter when on the timeline, but is there any way to turn the bin thumbnails and in the preview window the right way round before putting the clips onto the timeline?
I don't think there is, or at least I haven't seen it. I have this issue myself when I forget to position the phone's camera on the right side.

Maybe try this. Correct a clip in the timeline with layouter then just grab the clip from the timeline and drop it into a new bin. I'm not too sure if the clips reference is back to the original clip or it's new orientation from the timeline.
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Old 05-12-2017, 02:30 AM   #3
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Best use "MIRROR" filter much easier
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When loaded into Edius the footage is upside down.
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Old 05-12-2017, 03:21 AM   #4
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I have been given some mobile phone footage, which was shot landscape (16x9).

When loaded into Edius the footage is upside down. I know I can change this with Layouter when on the timeline, but is there any way to turn the bin thumbnails and in the preview window the right way round before putting the clips onto the timeline?
I don't think that is possible.
But it is best to do it manually in the layouter.
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Old 05-12-2017, 09:40 AM   #5
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This is odd. I have now looked at the clip in Windows Explorer, VLC and Mync and the clip is the right way up. Load it into Edius 8.5 and it is inverted.

Can anyone explain why?

I have just made a very short clip using my own phone and the same thing happens. Perhaps someone might be kind enough to confirm that this clip does this in Edius? Careful not to suggest a bug :)
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What happens when you bring it in to Edius from Mync where it is correct orientation? Does it flip in Edius? If so then this is without doubt a bug.
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What happens when you bring it in to Edius from Mync where it is correct orientation? Does it flip in Edius? If so then this is without doubt a bug.
I don't usually use Mync, but I have just tried this and Edius turns the clip upside down imported from Mync. A bug?
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Old 05-12-2017, 02:35 PM   #8
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Hi John,

Are you saying the clips show correct in mync and not on EDIUS?
Can you please add screen shots and if possible can you provide us with a sample?
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Hi John,

Are you saying the clips show correct in mync and not on EDIUS?
Can you please add screen shots and if possible can you provide us with a sample?
Yes Steve, The clip plays the right way up in Mync, Windows Media Player, VLC, MPC-HC 64 but not in Edius.

I posted a very short clip in my post # 5 above.

Here is screen shot from Mync and from Edius. It doesn't seem to make any difference if I import the footage directly into Edius or via Mync, Edius still shows the clip inverted.
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Hi John,

do you know which phone created the clip?
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