Some of you have come across this issue,.. when you use your webcam, the video feed is displayed upside down on your screen.
This problem is not specific to RightBooth, it can affect Skype and many other webcam applications on your computer.
Although this is not a common issue, the problem seems to be more prevalent with integrated webcams found on Asus laptops and seems to happen mainly on more recent versions of Windows 10.
You only need to enter the following search keyboards into Google to see the extent of this problem:
asus webcam upside down windows 10
So what is causing this and what can you do about it?
Well it seems that there isn't any one specific cause for the issue, some users are pointing the finger at Microsoft, others are pointing the finger at the webcam manufacturers and possible outdated device drivers.
Take a look here at what people are saying and doing to try and fix this problem:
RightBooth 6.0.37 Can Provide a Solution
We would always advise you to try and resolve hardware specific issues by contacting the supplier or manufacturer of the webcam, but if you cannot find a solution this way, we can at least provide you with a software 'fix' for when you are using your webcam in RightBooth 6.
RightBooth version 6.0.37 has introduced a new Video Setting: 'Mirror Y'.
This setting will allow you to flip the video input feed directly at the source input, and this effectively provides you with a correction to the problem mentioned above.
To use this setting:
Your upside down video will now be resolved while you are using RightBooth.