Inverted and Mirror Image Video on DVDs Burned using Media Centre.


  1.    18 May 2007 #1
    Moler Guest

    Inverted and Mirror Image Video on DVDs Burned using Media Centre.


    When I try to Record and Burn a DVD via Vista Media Centre using either the
    Sample Videos supplied with Vista or a previously recorded TV programme, the
    resultant DVD displays an Inverted and Mirror Image video, when played back
    on either the computer or a stand alone DVD Player. I think that I have a
    unique problem here in that I cannot find any reference to this problem via
    other users. Even the Computer Manufacturer (In this case Dell) does not
    appear to be able to solve the problem, Can Anybody Help Me Out There?
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2.    19 May 2007 #2
    Neil Guest

    Re: Inverted and Mirror Image Video on DVDs Burned using Media Centre.


    "Moler" <Moler@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:76499A07-3418-4243-AEA7-9C58EBC2DDA7@microsoft.com...
    > When I try to Record and Burn a DVD via Vista Media Centre using either
    > the
    > Sample Videos supplied with Vista or a previously recorded TV programme,
    > the
    > resultant DVD displays an Inverted and Mirror Image video, when played
    > back
    > on either the computer or a stand alone DVD Player. I think that I have a
    > unique problem here in that I cannot find any reference to this problem
    > via
    > other users. Even the Computer Manufacturer (In this case Dell) does not
    > appear to be able to solve the problem, Can Anybody Help Me Out There?



    I downloaded a few DivX movie clips the other day. I didn't have the codec
    so I installed it. The first time or two I played the clips (using WMP),
    they were inverted and mirrored. Now every time I play them they seem to be
    ok. In between I've done nothing except log on/off and maybe reboot. I
    have no idea why it did it in the first place, nor what made it work
    properly. But I don't really much care now that it is.

    Neil

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  3.    20 May 2007 #3
    Moler Guest

    Re: Inverted and Mirror Image Video on DVDs Burned using Media Cen


    Neil, thanks for your reply, but I have logged on/off several times and this
    did not fix the problem.

    "Neil" wrote:

    > "Moler" <Moler@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:76499A07-3418-4243-AEA7-9C58EBC2DDA7@microsoft.com...
    > > When I try to Record and Burn a DVD via Vista Media Centre using either
    > > the
    > > Sample Videos supplied with Vista or a previously recorded TV programme,
    > > the
    > > resultant DVD displays an Inverted and Mirror Image video, when played
    > > back
    > > on either the computer or a stand alone DVD Player. I think that I have a
    > > unique problem here in that I cannot find any reference to this problem
    > > via
    > > other users. Even the Computer Manufacturer (In this case Dell) does not
    > > appear to be able to solve the problem, Can Anybody Help Me Out There?

    >
    >
    > I downloaded a few DivX movie clips the other day. I didn't have the codec
    > so I installed it. The first time or two I played the clips (using WMP),
    > they were inverted and mirrored. Now every time I play them they seem to be
    > ok. In between I've done nothing except log on/off and maybe reboot. I
    > have no idea why it did it in the first place, nor what made it work
    > properly. But I don't really much care now that it is.
    >
    > Neil
    >
    >

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  4.    13 Jul 2007 #4
    zoman Guest

    Re: Inverted and Mirror Image Video on DVDs Burned using Media Cen


    I downloaded a video that I'm trying to turn into a DVD using create a DVD
    using vista and its comming up inverted. I feel your pain and I wish
    Microsoft had an answer. I'll be waiting for a response that helps too...
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  5.    13 Jul 2007 #5
    Moler Guest

    Re: Inverted and Mirror Image Video on DVDs Burned using Media Cen



    I have found a workaround to the inverted video problem by using NERO-7.

    If you purchase or dowload the trial version of NERO-7, it will appear as an
    additional burning option in Media Centre. Using NERO all video images are
    the correct way-up with perfect sound track. Hope that this helps?


      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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