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Rotate a video on display

I would like to rotate the content to display on screens connected to a DMP through an HDMI cable

But I can not turn the video, attached to the configuration of the DMP and the image of the screen. The turn I make is 180 degrees

When I want to rotate an image I have no problem because if you rotate the image but no video.

Someone will know it not?

Regards

Aurelio

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Re: Rotate a video on display

Aurelio,


If I understand you question, You want to play a Video (VOD or Live Stream) in PORTRAIT MODE.

If this is what you are trying to do, then you can configure the DMP to rotate the screen and if needed

create a DMD presentation in portrait mode.  This is all you can do on the Cisco DMS side.


NOW, you have to modify the source content.  Images need to be rotated and the Videos also

need to be rotated.  You need to use a 3rd party application or tool to rotate the images & videos.


The images should be easy.  Most graphic software apps do this.  The video may be a little more

challenging but it can be done.  I think some folks have used VLC or Adobe Premeire, etc....


http://www.adobe.com/products/premiere/

http://www.videolan.org/


I am sure that there is more out there...


Just remember that we just play the source content not alter it....


If this answers your question, Please take time to mark this

discussion answered & rate the response.


Thank You!


T.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Rotate a video on display

Aurelio,


If I understand you question, You want to play a Video (VOD or Live Stream) in PORTRAIT MODE.

If this is what you are trying to do, then you can configure the DMP to rotate the screen and if needed

create a DMD presentation in portrait mode.  This is all you can do on the Cisco DMS side.


NOW, you have to modify the source content.  Images need to be rotated and the Videos also

need to be rotated.  You need to use a 3rd party application or tool to rotate the images & videos.


The images should be easy.  Most graphic software apps do this.  The video may be a little more

challenging but it can be done.  I think some folks have used VLC or Adobe Premeire, etc....


http://www.adobe.com/products/premiere/

http://www.videolan.org/


I am sure that there is more out there...


Just remember that we just play the source content not alter it....


If this answers your question, Please take time to mark this

discussion answered & rate the response.


Thank You!


T.

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