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I have quicktime Pro7, when using image sequence, the vertical taken images render out side ways on the quicktime player. They are all rotated straight via cameras software. Does anyone know how to corect this? Thanks.

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    Nov 11, 2012 5:11 AM (in response to timurtargay)

    I have quicktime Pro7, when using image sequence, the vertical taken images render out side ways on the quicktime player. They are all rotated straight via cameras software.

    It would appear that QT does not recognize/adhere to your camera's tagged orientation.

     

     

    Does anyone know how to corect this?

    Since you are already working in QT Pro 7, simply open the "Properties" window, select the video track, click on the "Visual Settings" tab, and rotate/flip the display as desired. Be advised that saving the movie using the "Save" or "Save As..." option merely tags the movie for correct playback in QT-based apps that recognize the movie's orientation tag (without re-compressing the data) and that third-party media players may or may not support correct playback. If you wish to permanently "fix" the corrected orientation, you must "Export" the data which will re-compress the data in its corrected orientation for proper playback in all media players.

     

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