How to Rotate a Video Clip Using QuickTime Pro

How to Rotate a Video Clip Using QuickTime Pro

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These are instructions on how to rotate a movie or video clip using QuickTime Pro.

Step One
Launch QuickTime by clicking its icon in the dock or from Applications:Utilities.
How to Rotate a Video Clip Using QuickTime Pro

Step Two
Select Open File.. from the File Menu
How to Rotate a Video Clip Using QuickTime Pro

Step Three
Select your video using the file finder dialog then click the Open button
How to Rotate a Video Clip Using QuickTime Pro

How to Rotate a Video Clip Using QuickTime Pro

Step Four
Select Show Movie Properties from the Window Menu
How to Rotate a Video Clip Using QuickTime Pro

Step Five
Select Video Track from the list of tracks
How to Rotate a Video Clip Using QuickTime Pro

Step Six
Click one of the rotate icons that appears below
How to Rotate a Video Clip Using QuickTime Pro

How to Rotate a Video Clip Using QuickTime Pro

Step Seven
Notice your video clip has now been rotated...
How to Rotate a Video Clip Using QuickTime Pro

Step Eight
Select Save As from the File Menu.
How to Rotate a Video Clip Using QuickTime Pro

Step Nine
Make sure Save as a self-contained movie is selected, enter a name for the rotated clip and click the Save button.
How to Rotate a Video Clip Using QuickTime Pro
pain - August 1, 2015 at 7:27pm
Sorry to tell you folks but this doesn't do the trick permanently, only as long as you're viewing the video. If you do all of the above (and I did) and then open the new video file in another player, it still has the original false rotation settings.. pity
Antonio - December 6, 2013 at 12:53am
Thanks so much I was looking that smart solution Good bless you 12/5/2013
marcus - May 18, 2009 at 1:59pm
it worked but when i uploaded the rotated file on face book it went back side ways
adsl3g - April 23, 2009 at 2:31am
I can\'t seem to think why I would want to rotate a movie.... unless its to view it while lying down on the bed looking sideways?
moimart - April 22, 2009 at 9:26am
Thanks for the tips. What\'s the plugin you are using in step four? it looks very handy.
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