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Rotating the vedio clip

Without knowing I took a vedio clip by rotating the camera. Now how to set it to correct position

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If you have windows - use windows movie maker. After you import the clip - go to toos>effects. Here you have the option to rotate it 90 or 270 degrees (depending on how you took the video). when you finish - plublish the movie. Now it should be rotated

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http://www.labnol.org/software/tutorials/rotate-video-vertical-clips-90-degrees-virtualdub/2657/

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