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I was trying to do basic Motion Tracking in Blender, so I followed a tutorial and followed all the steps, but I had the problem a lot of people have where the video is flipped upside-down, and it was flipped no matter what (even if I imported it upside-down), and I figured out how to flip it in the Video Sequencer, but when I go back into the Movie Clip Editor to do the motion tracking the video's still upside-down. By the way, it is an .MP4 file. Any ideas why this is happening?

Video Sequencer (flipped properly)

Movie Clip Editor (Not properly flipped)

Thanks in advance, too.

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  • $\begingroup$ If you flipped it in the video sequencer, you need to render (export) it first and then re-import the exported video in the clip editor. Your clip editor is still reading the original unflipped version from your drive, that's why it's still upside down $\endgroup$ Nov 10, 2022 at 13:50
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    $\begingroup$ Thank you! That worked perfectly! And I never would have thought of that because I had never tried rending before. $\endgroup$
    – Redical
    Nov 13, 2022 at 9:42

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Yes, so my problem was just that the video was being loaded from the actual file, so no matter how I changed it it wouldn't be different in the Movie Clip Editor ......................................................................................................Rendering the video and using that one worked, thank you mqbaka mqbaka. (You commented instead of answering so I just thought I'd make sure this was answered)

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