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How can I flip a browser window in the same way as seen in the MS Access video, which should automatically start at the correct time where the flip begins and only lasts about 3 seconds. From 4:52 - 4:55

I would like to create a video (that I record of my desktop) that can do this. But what program does this?

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Many video editing applications offer this sort of transition. Final cut pro x is the one i'm most familliar with, but we might better answer your question if we knew what os you're using. – Jason Conrad Mar 9 '13 at 20:01
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You don't do the flip while recording your video, it is done later as a transition effect in the video-editing program. Microsoft Movie Maker has several transitions to choose from, just as almost any movie editor whatsoever.

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Any free video editing programs available for this? – Solomon Closson Mar 10 '13 at 2:05
Nevermind, I believe the Movie Maker program is free. Downloading and installing it now. THANKS! :) – Solomon Closson Mar 10 '13 at 2:12

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