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We used our camera to record and it was on its side when filming. how do i rotate the clips i downloaded to my computer ?

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Go to each photo in your My Pictures folder, and Double-click on it. (One at a time)

At the bottom of the window you will see two icons. These are Rotation icons.

The icons look like green triangles, and have a curved green arrow above them.

(In-between the Zoom Out icon ( - ), and the Red X)

If you hover your mouse cursor over them, one will briefly state - Rotate Counterclockwise, the other will state Rotate Clockwise.

Click on the applicable rotation icon you need, and rotate the photo.
Now close the window. Your photo will now be rotated to the position you want.

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