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  wetandwindy 10 Mar 10

I am a windows7 user.

I have been using video studio for some time without a problem but have recently experienced a problem. when transfering photos into the program and placing them on the timeline to create a dvd the odd photo is being turned through 90 degrees. It appears to be only some those which have been taken with the camera held sideways. The same problem has arisen with two different cameras and has not previously occured.

I appreciate it is possible to turn the photos within the timeline but this is frustrating especially if one is missed and only discovered after the dvd is completed.

Has anyone else found the same problem or know of the cause or method of correction?

  BRYNIT 10 Mar 10

The program is not intelligent enough to tell if the picture is turned through 90 degrees, upside down or even if you have duplicate pictures in the timeline. The only was is to check each picture before and after you have put them into the timeline.

  wetandwindy 10 Mar 10

I appreciate what you say but perhaps I did not explain sufficiently. It is the program itself that is randomly turning about 1 in 20 photos, which are correctly set up, 90degrees. Usually it shows photos correctly when they are originally captured and added to 'images' but turns them when they are transferred to the timeline. On the odd occasion it shows them turned on their side in both places.

If it lacked intelligence the way I see it it should or could not do this.

Any more thoughts will be appreciated.

  Newuser939 11 Mar 10

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  wetandwindy 26 Mar 10

This response seems more like a hijack attempt than a helpful response. Surely this does not stem from a regualr user or employee and is a matter of concern.

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