Updating flip video files

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By Joe Hutsko, Drew Davidson When you plug your Flip camera into your computer for the first time, your Flip’s preloaded Flip Share installer program automatically launches itself and prompts you to install the Flip Share program. Have no fear: When you run Flip Share, it automatically checks for updates.

Wondering whether the Flip Share installer program preloaded on your Flip is the latest and greatest version known to man, woman, and child?

For a more vivid and presentable video, you can try some more powerful video applications like the Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor).

It's a more professional video editor but still simple to use.

Nowadays people tend to use high resolution cameras in mobile devices instead the old large video cameras to capture videos.

But most of the time, you may fail to pay attention to the orientation of the video, thus the final recording is totally inverted. You can make use of some free tools to turn it back to normal orientation (instead of turning your neck to watch the video).

Will I be unable to view my files 20 years from now?

Later Flip Video models came in a variety of colors, and could be custom ordered with designs digitally painted on.

Flip Share is a media file organizer, movie editor, and social media assistant rolled into a single user-friendly software.

It is a feature-packed, easy-to-use application which comes preloaded with all Flip video cameras.

Flip Video cameras were known for their simple interface with few buttons, minimal menus and built in USB plugs (from which they derived the flip name), and were marketed as making video "simple to shoot, simple to share" Flip cameras can record videos at different resolutions.

Flip HD camcorders digitally record high-definition video at 1280 x 720 resolution using H.264 video compression, Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) audio compression and the MP4 file format, while the older models used a 640 x 480 resolution.

You can rotate the video by 90 degrees, 180 degrees in clockwise and anti-clockwise direction.

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