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one user  took some video through i-pad, the video works fine in quick time

but is upside down while playing in windows media or dvx or kmp player

is there any reason
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pramod1
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pramod1
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EirmanCommented:
Seems like the user held the ipad upside down while filming.
Quicktime/ipod being apple can correct this ..... other non-apple media players do not correct.

You could edit the movie so it is flipped 180 degrees and it will play fine on all players

Virtual dub on this page is the best free movie editor you can get
http://www.techsupportalert.com/best-free-video-editor.htm
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TRTurnerCommented:
I'm pretty sure the user just held the ipad incorrectly when recording and quick time automatically rotates the video. Are you using a PC? Windows Live Movie Maker is free and has a function that will allow you to rotate the video and then resave it, this should work for you. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-live/movie-maker-get-started
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