Question about Fuji FinePix F10 Digital Camera
Please Help. When I try and rotate a movie clip via finepix viewer I always get an error. I go to Image Utilisation and choose a place to save it and then change the "Movie Filter" to rotate clockwise. It appears to be working but then an error message comes up saying "Warning" " Could Not Execute Movie Conversion". Does anybody know what I'm doing wrong? Many Thanks.
Video clips cannot be rotated. Don't shoot them in a vertical orientation, unless you want to rotate your monitor to accomodate them. Shoot video with the camera in horizontal orientation only.
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
ActiveMovie is a streaming media technology now known as DirectShow
When I used this program. I had the same prob. I fiddled with load of settings in Direct Show that came up in the icon bar bottom right. (double click it). I believe this came from the installation of the K-Lite codec pack originally.
It now works.
Possibly the "DIrect Show Control" (left side)
Unticked both Use with and don't use with and put "no limitiations of Instances" .
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
Same person from solution #1. I think there is a driver in my p2 computer that is getting in the way with the rotation of video clips using the finepix program. I think it has something to do with Activemovie because when I rotate on my p3 the Activemovie window does not show up. I am still trying to find out why there is this problem. This file I rotated was a 301mb .avi and it rotate into a 91mb .wmv and the rotated clip works in all my programs on my p2 computer. It looks really great. There is a solution to this problem out there somewhere. Well good luck!
Posted on May 12, 2008
I also had this problem on my p2 computer. I installed FinePix Viewer on my p3 computer and the rotation works.
When I installed this program on my p3, I only installed the first part and then ended the installation. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the same way on my p2 and it still doesn't rotate.
At least I can use my p3 computer to rotate my video clips.
Yes you can to rotate video clips, I did!
Posted on May 12, 2008
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Drag the underlined value to the right of Rotation.
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