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Camera will be hooked to computer through supplied USB cable. If you are using Windows XP or Vista that will recognize camera plugged in and shows it as removable Disk in My Computer window. Click it and go to movie clip folder (folder name can be different) copy desired clip and past it in My Documents etc and attache it with email.
If you have windows movie maker (its part of the default installation of windows XP) you can use the rotate filter in the video effects tools.
Import your video into movie maker and select "Video Effects" under tools. Scroll through the various effects until you find the "rotate 90". Apply the effect and save the video.
I hope this helps!
What kind of software do you need?
For downloading the pictures, you do not need special software. It is plug and play in Windows XP and also Vista.
If you want to retouch the pictures, there are many freeware available in the internet. Just use google search for it.
I use Irfanview and it works very well for many purpose.
Movies shot on FUJI's digital cameras are recorded in Motion JPEG format and can be played back using QuickTime version 3.0 or later.
(You can download QuickTime from the Apple Computer site).
To play back movies in Windows Media Player, download and install DirectX 8.0 or later from the DirectX website.
Let us know if it fix your problem,or you need for more help.
Good luck !!
Start - Programs - Windows Movie Maker
Click Import Media - select the video clip you want to rotate from your files and point and click on it to highlight it - then click the import button lower right corner of screen.
When the file name appears - drag the clip to the video line at the bottom of the screen - point at file name and hold down right mouse button while you move the mouse to point at the video timeline then let go of the right button to drop the video into the timeline.
Point and RIGHT click on the clip you just added to the timeline
Scroll down to Rotate 90 and click to highlight it (you could also flip the video with 180 or 270)
Click the ADD button
Then click OK
The video will rotate.
Be sure to publish and save the new video with a name you can find...
File - Publish Movie - to computer will save it as a file on your PC - to DVD will start another program to create a DVD...