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Inverted image

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When I export from SKP to Raylectron the render image is inverted. I use raylectron at home and at work. It happens about 10% of the time and can sometimes be fixed by saving the skp an starting again. Not this time though it always comes up, upside down. This is very frustrating and a waste of time. How can I fix this issue?

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Inverted??? really? I've never seen nor heard of this before! Do you use custom cameras in SKP? what happen in Raylectron id you go to the camera settings and set everything to zero? but post a screen shot of the camera settings first so I can see them.
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Ok I have shut down my computer and started from scratch. The screenshot is single one of both screens. It is not the first time it also occasionally does it at work as well.
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When it's like this, does it stay inverted also in Performance mode? and using Grain free rendering?

Which version of Raylectron are you using?

Can you PM me the ROF and CFG files for this model?
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I will send you the requested files this evening when I get home. I have attached the resultant image though, I liked how it turned out. I would suggest a way to obtain the focus length maybe a cross hair when in special effects so you can click on a point of focus for depth of field.
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It sure came out good. Nice work! You can click on the point you want the focus to be, it's already in it. Would you like to test the upcoming v4.77? much faster and nicer renders.
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Thank you, I would like to try v4.77 very much.
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I just PM you v4.77
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