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How to rotate a video clip I took vertically??

I took a video clip when the camera was held vertically, and when downloaded it to my pc, it was 90 degrees flipped. How do I rotate the MVI file? i have the same problem.dont know how to rotate it.

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I only know how to do it in windows, so sorry mac users, but you will open windows movie maker, import the video clip, go to tool>effects, and then you could add the effect to roatate it 90 or 270 degrees, which ever is the one you need. after you do this you will need to "publish" the movie. I know that this works for .avi files, but I'm not sure if it works for .mvi files, and I know it does not work for .mov files.

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You can do it using Quicktime very easily on a Mac as I describe in detail on my blog.

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Vista
Start - Programs - Windows Movie Maker
Click Import Media - select the video clip you want to rotate from your files and point and click on it to highlight it - then click the import button lower right corner of screen.
When the file name appears - drag the clip to the video line at the bottom of the screen - point at file name and hold down right mouse button while you move the mouse to point at the video timeline then let go of the right button to drop the video into the timeline.
Point and RIGHT click on the clip you just added to the timeline
Click Effects
Scroll down to Rotate 90 and click to highlight it (you could also flip the video with 180 or 270)
Click the ADD button
Then click OK
The video will rotate.
Be sure to publish and save the new video with a name you can find...
File - Publish Movie - to computer will save it as a file on your PC - to DVD will start another program to create a DVD...

Have Fun
Cheryl

Posted on Dec 25, 2007

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SOURCE: How to rotate a video clip I took vertically??

Hello,

I guess the site can help you.

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

may this help,

melnavz

PS:
pls do not rate me if my solution not solve the issue and you need more further information. but if is invaluable solution rate me fixya.

Posted on May 20, 2008

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Hello,

I guess the site can help you.

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

may this help,

melnavz

PS:
pls do not rate me if my solution not solve the issue and you need more further information. but if is invaluable solution rate me fixya.

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Vista
Start - Programs - Windows Movie Maker
Click Import Media - select the video clip you want to rotate from your files and point and click on it to highlight it - then click the import button lower right corner of screen.
When the file name appears - drag the clip to the video line at the bottom of the screen - point at file name and hold down right mouse button while you move the mouse to point at the video timeline then let go of the right button to drop the video into the timeline.
Point and RIGHT click on the clip you just added to the timeline
Click Effects
Scroll down to Rotate 90 and click to highlight it (you could also flip the video with 180 or 270)
Click the ADD button
Then click OK
The video will rotate.
Be sure to publish and save the new video with a name you can find...
File - Publish Movie - to computer will save it as a file on your PC - to DVD will start another program to create a DVD...

Have Fun
Cheryl

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