Recording videos using handheld devices, depending on the orientation of the device upon recording, can occasionally result in the video being upside-down. Your device and computer will, in most cases, auto-rotate the video so that it plays correctly. Unfortunately, this means that you will not realize that the video is upside down until it has been uploaded to a website, like Chalk & Wire.
If you are not familiar with how to rotate videos, you can find many third-party application options available via an online search. However, we would recommend that you reach out to your campus’ IT Department to inquire about applications that they have approved for this purpose.