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Old 04 May 2012, 20:11
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Default Horizontal Mirrored Image Orientation

I do live webcasts for business with PowerPoints and such chroma keyed "behind" me. All is well in VidBlaster land except when I go to point at an image on a PowerPoint, my finger zips off the wrong way as I'm viewing the reverse of myself.

I've tried changing the image orientation in my camera to mirrored, which solves everything except when I hold an item up to the camera, its text is mirrored. So its no help to mirror the source video feed.

I was hoping there was a method in VidBlaster where I could view a mirrored horizontal image of myself (for orientation) as well as the regular program.

I'm sure this is an age old problem, but my attempts to sus out a solution on the web have not been fruitful. Any thoughts?
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There is third party s/w that will do horizontal mirroring, Google search it.

Then use VidBlaster's Video Out (to 2nd monitor) to send the program feed to the now-reversed 2nd monitor.

Let us know how(if) that works. Good luck!
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Old 05 May 2012, 04:09
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Default MirrorScript Pro

Give that a try...MirrorScript Pro....its a free program
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Old 07 May 2012, 18:35
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Well, I Google searched extensively for 3rd party software to do real time horizontal mirroring. Kind of out of luck. VLC might do it, but it had a lot of problems dealing with the Virtual Video Device (stumbled over a few frames and then would freeze up).

MirrorScriptPro? Thank you but looked at it and its just for mirroring text as far as I can see. I need to monitor my image in real time (and mirrored).
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Old 07 May 2012, 19:04
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It would be very easy to add this as video effect, it's only a feature request away..
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Old 07 May 2012, 19:11
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Good to know. I have added this to the feature request section. Thank you for considering.
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