Upside down video import/export

Every video clip I import is upside down. I use video editing software so I understand this, but I cannot figure out what is causing this to always be flipped. In no other program, either editor or player are videos like this. (its upside down on the import and on the export).
All are mp4.

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I’m not able to replicate this with every video that I have in my machine. You think you can share us one of the videos so we can try it here and investigate from there?

Screen cap after import

Here is a link to download the video (only 55mb)

I’m also able to repeat the issue with the video you provided, thanks.

I think I have a picture of what’s going on.
Based on the sample footage provided, the video has a 180 degree rotation tag, possibly because the device used to capture the footage was upside down?
image

This is similar to videos taken on a phone in portrait mode, they’ll still be encoded by the software in landscape 1920x1080 resolution but a 90 degree rotation tag tells players how to display the video properly.

In the XSplit Video Editor, we edit and export using the video bitstream itself so tags like rotation it are ignored, and is also why there’s a strict resolution restriction at the moment. This is also why exporting in XVE is fast, because we build your project using the raw data and do not re-encode in a different format/codec.

Certainly an issue we’ll address soon, thanks for the feedback @herlsone1