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  1. #1 Horizontal image flip in Resolve 
    Is there a way that the bottom camera in a 3D rig can record a flipped image? That will save some time in Resolve.
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    the latest firmware update states "Fix “Set Scan Direction” Flip and Normal key actions" but I cannot find a SET SCAN DIRECTION function anywhere in the menus. Does anyone have any idea wha thi sis all about?
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    Can't see the option to do in camera, but RedCine X and resolve can flip for export of proxies?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakis Amarantithis View Post
    Is there a way that the bottom camera in a 3D rig can record a flipped image? That will save some time in Resolve.
    Well, you can flip it in Resolve. One button in the PTZR sizing pallet:

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    I was playing with Resolve for the first time last night. I found that if you flip the horizontal within Resolve the auto-3D alignment does not work. I only had enough time to do a quick flip & export out of Premiere to confirm. I'm going to try and get it and do some more tests soon.

    Regardless of the software, not having to flip one camera would saves steps for most people. Love to hear if this is doable in camera.

    (Also, for Resolve, I found that timecode had to match perfectly for the clips to be paired correctly.)
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