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Is there a way to rotate some of my pictures that are up side down before i load them to myspace?

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The freeware program Irfanview has this feature. Highly recommend it for touching up dark photos too. Been using the latest versions of this program for over 8 years, and swear this has to be the best freeware program ever released:

http://www.download.com/IrfanView/3000-2192_4-10021962.html?hhTest=1&tag=pop.software&cdlPid=10755180

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I have a Canon Rebel XT. After taking a picture, the viewer shows the shot upside down and when I down load to my computer they come in all upside or sideways. Just started doing this and I've had


The EOS cameras have some sort of sensor built in to tell the camera which way the shot should be orientated on screen and when they are transferred to the computer.
It sounds like the sensor is jammed or broken and sensing (for some reason) that the camera is upside down when the shot is taken.
If you don't want to pay to have it repaired you can use a program to rotate them or turn of the image rotate option in the menu. I believe this ignores the sensor information.

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When I rotate pics I don't have the option to rotAte 45 degrees, it rotates 90


Correct. The camera lets you put the picture on its right side, on its left side, upside-down, or right-side up. It will NOT let you tilt the picture on a diagonal.

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Well, if nothing else, you've learned a valuable lesson. Always shoot videos horizontally. There are some expensive editing programs that can rotate the video but with severe loss of quality.

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you need to hook up the cord to the camera and the computer, then you need to download its holder (kodak, ect.) then go to myspace hit upload photos, hit browse, click the pictures you want and then hit upload. (:

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The easyshare program is by itself, you have to get to the windows folders that have these pics.
First - right click on one of the pictures in easyshare, and click properties to find out where the picture is located (i.e. documentsandsettings/owner/sharedpics). once you know where it's at, just go there!
example..... click on my computer, click on c:\, click on documents and settings, click on owner, click on shared pics.... then you just right click the pictures and do whatever you want with them. OR, if you just want to post on myspace, just use the myspace uploader and go directly to the folder you want.

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Windows Movie Maker will rotate your video clips. This program comes pre-loaded with Window, so you're likely to have it already installed on your computer (look in the Program's / Accessories folder from your Start menu).

Drag the file into movie maker, then drag it down onto the bottom timeline. Then look for "Edit Movie" in the menu on the left side of your screen. Click on it, then select the rotation that you desire. Note that Movie Maker will only allow you to save your edited movie as a WMV (Windows Media Video) movie.

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The auto-rotate sensor is probably faulty. Believe it's located near the base of the A95's swivel LCD, and goes bad with time from the repeated opening and closing of the LCD. But it's really not worth the effort to try to fix, as most good free photo editing software includes a photo rotate function if desired. The freeware Irfanview is an example (www.irfanview.com).

If you can live without Auto Rotate (I never use it), turn on your camera and press the menu button. Then select the second "Tools" tab. Then look down through the Tools list for the "Auto Rotate On/Off" selection. Select OFF.

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Well, how I know is you install them on your computer, put the picture in paint, save it, goto a uploading website E.g. photobucket, then "Browse" and select what you saved it as, then you have the picture, and code you put on myspace.

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