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My granddaughter shot two video clips of the Eiffel tower with a Nikon dslr camera while visting Paris on Bastille day. The crowd gathered on this day was singing the French national anthem, which was captured on the video clips. Very cool. Unfortunately, one of the video clips was shot with the camera body held in a vertical position. Consequently, after downloading the images from the camera to the computer, the one video clip shows the Eiffel tower in the horizontal. A slide show was created with the images shot while in France, including the one of the two video clips. The one video clip that was shot with the camera body held in the vertical position was not added to the slide show because it won't rotate to the left in order to make the Eiffel tower appear in the vertical. Evidently it won't flip because of the audio. I doubt it can be done, but Is there a way that the audio can be removed from the video clip so that the video clip can be flipped to the correct position, and then the audio added back in thereafter? By the way, the audio is a m2ts file.

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Not really sure where you cook up your conclusions :huh:

 

I have yet to see anything that VideoWave won't rotate!

 

Here are slides and clips (clips have audio) and you can see I can rotate it any way I want!

 

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Audio in the file has absolutely nothing to do with anything...

 

You have been posting long enough to know that a screen cap will probably show us what you are doing wrong or at least give us some insight into where to go ;)

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By the way, the audio is a m2ts file.

 

A m2ts file is NOT an audio file!

 

 

M2TS is a filename extension used for the Blu-ray Disc Audio-Video (BDAV) MPEG-2 Transport Stream (M2TS) container file format. It is used for multiplexing audio, video and other streams. It is based on the MPEG-2 transport stream container. This container format is commonly used for high definition video on Blu-ray Disc and AVCH

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Did Creator 2011 have this ability or did you have to add the video as an overlay and rotate the overlay? If so, the overlay would not have the audio. You can extract the audio from the file and then add it to the video where the overlay is. You MAY have to mute the native clip for whatever you put as the main track.

 

You can rotate it in Creator 2012 as shown above.

 

Windows movie maker can do the rotation and keep the audio. Output it and add that output to Video Wave.

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Did Creator 2011 have this ability or did you have to add the video as an overlay and rotate the overlay?

 

VideoWave, in Creator 2011, has the capability of rotating the video, without adding it as an overlay.

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Mea cupla, mea culpa. Accustomed to rotating images within Media Selector prior to dragging the image to Storyline. Within Media Selector window, the rotate function is greyed out (non-functioning). You'll have to pardon my sin of not recognizing that once the clip is dragged to Storyline it can then be rotated right or left. I shall in the future attempt to not offend anyone with a stupid question. Scarcasm is also appreciated.

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VideoWave, in Creator 2011, has the capability of rotating the video, without adding it as an overlay.

 

Xactly what my post # 3 is showing in 2011. :)

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I shall in the future attempt to not offend anyone with a stupid question. Scarcasm is also appreciated.

 

There really is no stupid question one can ask.

 

Others learn from those questions.

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Mea cupla, mea culpa. Accustomed to rotating images within Media Selector prior to dragging the image to Storyline. Within Media Selector window, the rotate function is greyed out (non-functioning). You'll have to pardon my sin of not recognizing that once the clip is dragged to Storyline it can then be rotated right or left. I shall in the future attempt to not offend anyone with a stupid question. Scarcasm is also appreciated.

 

NO, NO, NO!!! Not a problem at all :huh:

 

And No Sarcasm at all! Sincere bewilderment :lol:

 

I did not realize that you were trying to rotate from within the media selector. Had I realized that OR anticipated that, I would have tested and confirmed your results -_-

 

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It is not surprising that some things do not work the same way within all portions the Suite ~ but I never use the media selector so I forget it is even there.

 

Keep the questions coming ~ makes us learn things ;)

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It was a surprise to me also, that the rotation didn't work with the image that had a sound track while in Media Selector. Other regular images could be rotated. Generally, I do all image editing in Corel Paintshop Pro prior to using them in VideoWave. Consequently, I seldom have a need to do anything with the images in the Media Selector window nor once they have been dragged to Storyline. Because of being in a rush to complete two slideshows for my grandaughter, the images were not edited in Paintshop Pro prior to using them in VideoWave.

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You are suffering from a misconception...

 

NO Image has a sound track!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Only Movie clips have sound tracks.

 

Movies can consist of One Still Picture, but as soon as you add audio, it is "movie" -_-

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