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I videod something which I then uploaded to my computer. It uploaded in a pt.3gp file. I was able to play it in Windows Media Player, but it is upside down. I tried it in Quicktime, but it won't even play, although I didn't try very hard.

Is there a way to turn it right side up? Adobe Photoshop?

Thanks.

Bert
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You might need a third party tool (see link) and do a conversion.
http://www.wondershare.com/video-editing-tips/how-to-rotate-3gp.html
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Downloading now. Thanks.
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I downloaded the converter for Wondershare, which turned it into a pt.mp4. It is right side up now. But, I need to save it. If I select OK, I am not sure if it does.
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