You will have to download them to your computer, and then use software to rotate the pictures and resave them. A free, good program to do that is called Irfanview, just google it and you will find a site to download it from. The software allows you to adjust brightness, colors, rotate the pictures, and many options normally associated with a high-end product like PhotoShop, etc. When you rotate the pictures in Irfanview, you just pick "File", then "Save", and the picture will be saved in the present rotation. There may be software options on the camera to do this, but there usually isn't on most cameras and camcorders. Not having owned a Flip Video, I couldn't say for sure, but my bet is that it won't do it, and you will have to manipulate the pictures through computer software such as Irfanview or another viewer inherent on your computer.