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Old 02-11-2015, 08:36 PM
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Default Cine Film to DVD?

Hey guys, I need some help.

I have a VHS tape that was converted from Cine Film. The film itself is no longer in my family's possession sadly, and this 25/30 year old conversion is all we have. I've managed to transfer the VHS to DVD with my trusty Philips DVD Recorder BUT...

When the original Cine Film conversion was done, the footage was back-to-front. So I need to know exactly how to flip the video footage back to it's original state.

I've copied the entire DVD image onto my computer and I basically want to re-author the DVD with that alteration and without losing any picture quality. I know Cine Film isn't exactly 1080p quality anyway, but still, I'd rather preserve it as it is.

I don't have any professional DVD authoring software but I do have VirtualDub. I'd rather avoid spending money for just a little job like this.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

...and sorry if this post is a bit long and complicated.

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Old 02-11-2015, 09:06 PM
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I use Sony Vegas-I'm sure that would be able to flip the image if you'd like me to have a go?
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