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?
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" .
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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!
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!
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In this case you would have to check the autorun settings in your finepix viewer sofware , there may be a setting which would indicate autorun or autostart for the finepix viewer desktop application , once you discover it , you would have to disable it, if not then please try uninstalling the finepix software and then reinstalling it so that it loads the default settings that was ok for you earlier.
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Pleace athe curzor above an image file and right click the mouse > go to 'open with' > select 'microsoft office picture viewer' done. In pictuer viewer you can zoom out or zoom in the image, rotate image do image editing etc etc.
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.
If images cannot be downloaded from the camera to a Macintosh, check the status of the camera and the Macintosh and resolve the problem accordingly.
1) Check the status of the camera and Macintosh. 1. Connect your camera to the Macintosh and turn the camera on. 2. Open the "Applications" folder on the Macintosh HD. 3. Double-click "Image Capture". * If the "Imaging device not connected" message appears, follow the steps described in [Checking the connection between the camera and PC]. 4. Select "Preferences" from the "Image Capture" menu. 5. The procedure for using the Image Capture Preferences window differs depending on the OS version used. Use the correct procedure for your version of Mac OS. - Mac OS 10.4: Click "General" in the Image Capture Preferences window. - Mac OS 10.3: Click "Camera" in the Image Capture Preferences window. - Mac OS 10.2: Simply proceed to the next step. 6. In "Items launched at camera connection", select "FPVBridge" and then click the [OK] button. * If FPVBridge is not among the displayed items, follow the steps in [Displaying FPVBridge] below. 7. Quit "Image Capture".
If you implement the above procedure up to step 6, FinePix Viewer launches automatically. * To stop FinePix Viewer from launching automatically, follow the steps in [FinePix Viewer Setup] below.
2) Resolving the problem [Checking the connection between the camera and PC] 1. Plug the USB cable into the camera and Macintosh again. * If you are using a USB hub, do not connect the camera to the Macintosh via the hub.
[Displaying FPVBridge] 1. Select "Other". 2. Click the "Applications" folder. 3. Click the "FinePix Viewer" folder. 4. Select "FPVBridge" and click "Open". 5. Click [OK].
[FinePix Viewer Setup] 1. Launch FinePix Viewer. 2. Select "Automatic Save Settings" in the Settings menu. 3. Tick the "Auto save images when the camera is connected" checkbox in "Operation Settings When Camera Is Connected". 4. Click [OK] and close the "Automatic Save Settings" window. 5. Exit FinePix Viewer. 6. Turn the camera off and then on again to test whether FinePix Viewer launches automatically.
If you have windows - use windows movie maker. After you import the clip - go to toos>effects. Here you have the option to rotate it 90 or 270 degrees (depending on how you took the video). when you finish - plublish the movie. Now it should be rotated