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UZAIR70
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Camera reverse the Image

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HP ENVY x360 - m6-w103dx (ENER
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

When i bought my Notebook,Windows 10 Home was pre-installed.Today when i try to click some pics using its built-in webcam,it revesed my pic.

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I am using Camera,pre-installed app of Windows 10.

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There,s no option of reversing the image that i can uncheck.Can you help me resolving this issue?

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open settings and look for two boxes for flip horizontal and flip vertical if you dont have mirror image button. uncheck and check the boxes and you will see the image reverse.

 

 

 

 

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open settings and look for two boxes for flip horizontal and flip vertical if you dont have mirror image button. uncheck and check the boxes and you will see the image reverse.

 

 

 

 

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I have the same problem.  My default live view on the camera is a mirror view.  When I take the picture, it reverses to the correct view within the app.  Using the cam from within another application, however, fails to reverse the photo and the mirror image remains.  An example is facebook Messenger.  I'd like the default live view to behave like a rear facing camera so the flip-on-snapshot isn't needed and other apps don't show the image mirrored.  I cannot find the boxes mentioned in this thread - there are no settings to mirror ir flip vertical that I can find.

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Yeah, that doesn't work. No such settings for my device. HP Spectre with HP TrueVision FHD RGB-IR camera. 

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