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PD 15 Started turning all my output upside down
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clintolin [Avatar]
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All source video's and the output appear right side up in PD. However when playing the mp4 from disk, it is upside down.
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optodata
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A quick search of the forum for upside down showed this recent discussion
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clintolin [Avatar]
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Quote A quick search of the forum for upside down showed this recent discussion


I found "Enable hardware decoding" under Preferences --> Hardware Acceleration that was checked. I do not see anywhere else to be looking for the suggested checkboxes. After deleting then reproducing the mp4 again, I get the same results... upside down output on disk. Right side up output in the PD editor.

Unless there are other boxes to uncheck elsewhere in the application, I would say hardware acceleration may not be the answer.

It's interesting to note that I have produced dozens of video's in the last 2 months and only the last 2 weeks have they started turning up upside down. I really wonder how do things change when nothing (that I know of) has changed.
[Thumb - PD1.png]
 Filename
PD1.png
[Disk]
 Description
Preferences--Hardware Acceleration Screen Shot
 Filesize
94 Kbytes
 Downloaded:
1 time(s)
[Thumb - PD2.png]
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PD2.png
[Disk]
 Description
PD15 Produce Tab Screen Shot
 Filesize
192 Kbytes
 Downloaded:
2 time(s)
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clintolin [Avatar]
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Hmmmm... This seems to be an issue with my video player on my desktop. I copied the mp4 to my client's computer and when I view it there, it is the rightside up.

VLC Media Player appears to be the issue. Sorry if I got any PD15 fans upset :
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