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Not sure what I did, maybe it was a keyboard shortcut? How do I get it playing rightside up again though? Actual video from player A & B is fine.
That's interesting. I'm not sure what might cause this. Can you give me some more details:
1) Which version of MixEmergency are you using?
2) Which version of macOS are you running?
3) What are the specs of your computer (model, year, etc)?
1) Mix Emergency Version 3.3.0 (126.96.36.199)
2) OS X Yosemite 10.10.5
3) MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012); 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7; 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3; Intel HD Graphics 4000 1024 MB
Hmmmmm Nick I started thinking and realized I didn't have this problem until I installed the Beta 3.3.0 so just launched my old 3.2.0 and the sample player video is fine. If I accidentally changed a setting in my ME, wouldn't that change carry over to any other version I launched as well?
The plot thickens lol
So, when you switch back to 3.3 the videos go upside down again?
You can have both versions installed on your computer at once - just rename the new one to MixEmergency3.3 (or something similar).
Also, do you know what format the videos are in? (i.e. the video codec that was used to compress them)
Yes, I have both versions installed and yes when I launch 3.3 and play a file from the sample player, the video output is upside down. When I launch 3.2 those same videos output rightside up. I' not sure of the codec used for these. I can find out and report back cuz it seems I may have found bug. I'm not sure how to find out though. Do you know how?
You can open the video in QuickTime player, then open the Inspector window. This should list it.
I think that I may have found a bug in the Sample Player code and am just waiting on another user to see if my fix for this has resolved the issue.
Of the few I have half are "AVC" and the others are "H.264" but all of them play upside down.
I've managed to find (and fix) a bug in the rendering of the Sample Player. The fix will be available in the next public beta, or final release, of MixEmergency. Thanks for your help!
Ahhh that's cool man glad I could help find one ;-)