We always need to use cameras, camcorders, mobile phones and other devices to record videos in daily life. The video may work well on shooting equipment, but you'll often find it upsidedown or in wrong direction once you transfer it to PC. Why? The reason is the device itself exists flipping mechanism, for instance, horizontal and vertical recording. There is no problem when it’s played on your smart phone, but not exactly the same as it's played on PC. So how to rotate video 90 degrees clockwise or rotate video 90 degree counter-clockwise, flip horizontal, flip vertical? Before going to turn the monitor over and go trainning your neck, how about check out this tutorial about how to rotate video in 4 ways.
Free HD Video Converter Factory is the first method in my recommendation list which is such an almighty freeware to provide rotation function. For one reason, it's 100% free and clean that you don't need to install other Ad bundles if you want to use it. For another reason, besides rotating a video, it will let you achieve more. For example, you will be enabled to do other editing work like cropping, splitting, merging and applying special effects. Or use it as one of the best free audio video converters and a free YouTube downloader. It not only implements the purpose to rotate video, but also has a wide range of output formats to choose from, meanwhile, the conversion speed and output quality is much more satisfactory.
Before starting to learn how to rotate video, download HD Video Converter Factory, install and launch it. A clean interface will come out in front of you.
Click "Add Files" button or drag & drop the video file to import the video you want to rotate.
Add Source File
Press "Crop" icon on the main panel and a new window pops up. Here you can rotate video 90 degrees clockwise or rotate video 90 degree counter-clockwise, flip horizontal and flip vertical. Click "OK" once you finish adjusting your video.
Set an output fold and press "Run" button to make the program start working.
Optional-Select your required video format or devices on the right by clicking on the profile image. There are up to 300 formats and devices choices.
Tip: You can even customize parameters by clicking "Setting" button, such as change aspect ratio, resolution, bit rate, encoder, etc.
Output Format and Device
There are numerous simple online applications to help rotate or flip videos with a few clicks, such as rotatemyvideo.net, rotatevideo.org, videorotate.com, etc. Here takes RotateMyVideo for example to illustrate a tutorial about how to rotate video.
Step 1, Click the "Pick Video" button in the middle of the page and import the video you want to rotate.
Step 2, Press left or right arrow button in Rotation section to rotate video. Then click Rotate Video button after done.
Step 3, You can download rotated video to local hard drive or share it online when process completes.
That's easy, and you can share it across social media platforms. However, rotating video online always has file size limitation with less formats and devices support. Uploading and downloading speed depends on your network condition. Free online video converter also has these disadvantages.
Rotate with Media Player
Up to this day, almost all media players are equipped with the feature to rotate a video. Let's see how to rotate a video with this frequently-used media player - VLC Player. Different media players have different operating steps.
1. Right click on the video 2. Select "Tools" and go to Effect and Filters 3. Go to "Geometry" under "Video Effects" tab 4. Check the "Transform" box or "Rotate" box
But remember, rotating a video with media player has no real effect on the displayed file, that means the video is still sideways or upsidedown while opening with another program.
Rotate with Movie Maker
Step 1, Open Windows Movie Maker and import the video you want to rotate.
Step 2, Click "Rotate left" or "Rotate right" button to rotate video in 90° increments.
Step 3, Save your changes by clicking "Save movie" under the Home tab. Then choose your desired setting and output folder to save your video in MP4 or WMV format. If you need more, you can change video format saved from WLMM.
Starting with Windows 7, Windows Movie Maker no longer comes pre-installed with the OS. It's now part of the Windows Live suite that is available as a separate. However, Windows Movie Maker is still the most popular video editor despite the fact it doesn't offer a lot of options for output.
All of the 4 methods above have been tested. So choose one to deal with the wrong orientation problem after transferring recorded video to PC. Certainly method one is highly recommended for it's a real all-in-one tool.
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