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I thought I saw a tutorial where CS4 can now compensate for things like the Redrock Micro, which record the video upside down. Can't recall any details though. Perhaps a search of the Help file...
You may be able to copy then paste '3D Perspective - Flip' to multiple clips in CS4.
> Due to how some stuff was shot,
Big smile on my face wondering how that happened!
Craig, I'm still CS3. So CS4 3d is different? In CS3, there does not appear to be a flip, but I'm wondering in any event if he wants Motion -> Rotate 180 degrees.
But Craig's right; apply the effect to one clip, copy the effect, paste to others.
But it has to be there for each use in a timeline. What a mess!
Basic 3D can flip the image in CS3 and CS4
I suggested that because in CS4 one can add an "effect" to multiple clips simultaneously whereby if the OP used Motion...it would be a clip by clip process.
Does not have to. Apply 'flip' to first clip, rightmouse click on first clip and copy. Select all others that need to be flipped and paste attributes.
Paste attributes also works with fixed effects (Effect Controls).
Thanks. Just clarifying: in CS3 Basic 3D, a flip would be the tilt 180?
Ann is correct, in CS3 at least (and I assume this has not changed), you can paste Motion to multiple clips.
In addition, I have assumed that in Victor's situation, someone had the camera upside down (i.e. rotated 180 degrees). The flip effect rotates on the x or y axis; he needs a rotation on the z axis - i.e. a Motion effect rotation of 180. Something he can't get with basic 3D (nor with flip horizontal or vertical effects).
While playing with this, I also discovered the "camera view" effect. A roll of 180 also works here.
Because I know you're all curious:
My friend build one of these: http://www.jetsetmodels.info/pics/hv20.jpg It does the same thing as the Redrock Mirco adapter, for under $200 instead of $1,570.
Downside is we don't have the spiffy rig for holding the camera upside down that the Redrock product has. So I have to flip the shots in Premiere.
Looks like clips have to be in the timeline for any effects to be applied. Ok, I can work with that. Thanks to all!