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 Help! I took videos on my camera but can't rotate them?

Answer You'll have to have some kind of video-editing software. Try Windows Live Movie Maker (it should be on your computer already). Otherwise, you'll have to buy something like Power Director, etc.http... Read More »
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Captures videos in QVGA or VGA resolution with sound i want to buy a camera that records videos with sounds would this work?

VGA means a resolution of x = 640 to y = 480 pixel on displays/screens.A quarter of the VGA's resolution is called QVGA (Quarter VGA, 320x240 pixel).
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Can you rotate a video on your camera?

ACTUALLY...Yes, you CAN rotate your video. I know this, because I've done it.To rotate your videos in Windows Movie Maker (included with Win XP and Vista)...Instructions on how to do it...Open Win... Read More »
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I record videos from my computer monitor using the motion picture setting on my digital camera When I playback videos I see waves and ripples across the video How can I prevent or reduce the waves?

The Nikon F-401 (N4004 in North America) was an http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Autofocus, http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/35mm, http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Single-lens_reflex (SLR) http://wiki.answers.... Read More »
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I sometimes take pictures holding the camera side-ways. How do you get pictures to auto-rotate with the Nikon s4100?

The best advice is to take it to a reputable camera repair shop. It may be a small problem such as sand or dust sticking the lens, but then if you try to fix it yourself you could break the camera ... Read More »
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