Usually it’s the codec that will give you the option of inverting the video, to make up for issue in windows.
Just checked, indeed FFdshow does have the ability to invert the video. It IS a codec, or rather most of them. It candecodemost formats found, audio as well as video.
Great app.. Google it, it’s open source, and dl the latest version. It also handles Mpeg2, so when you install it, be careful, it asks what formats you wantto use it for, so check off the ones you want, but don’t conflict with what you already have installed, it’ll cause the disdplay of the videos to slow down, well, take longer to load.