Simple Steps Help you Rotating a video Quickly
“I have a video clip that was taken with a digital camera, but they took it on a 90 degree angle of normal, like you take a picture, but I can’t find a way to rotate the video frame like you can with a picture. Is that possible?? Is there a great tool help me to rotate the video in simple steps, in fact, I am most afraid of trouble, so the more simple the better.”
Rotating and Flipping a video is a highlight of Brorsoft converters. These converters include: Brorsoft Video Converter Ultimate, Brorsoft iMedia Converter for Mac, Brorsoft DVD Ripper for Mac and Wins, Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper for Mac and Wins. All these media converters get the same operations on rotating and flipping video. Check the below content to know how to rotate a video with Brorsoft Video Converter Ultimate.
Showing Rotating and Flipping a video with Brorsoft Video Converter Ultimate
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Method / Steps
1. First, click “File” on the primary windows and select video files from your computer, or simply drag and drop files to the User’s Albums before adding them to the Timeline for rotating.
2.Click Edit button on the main interface.
3. Start your rotating or flipping operation. Under the timeline you will see these buttons :
From left to right, they means: click for a horizontal flip rotation; click for a vertical flip rotation; click for a 90° clockwise rotation; click for a 90° counterclockwise rotation.
4. After you set the rotation, click OK button to save the rotation settings.
When your video turns out perfectly, you can click “Format” to save the rotated video. You can export video in any popular formats by choosing “Common Video”. If you want to play video creation on iPhone, iPad and iPod, click “Format” and select a device from the list. You can also directly upload your finished videos to YouTube or burn to DVD discs for watching on Tab/TV using home DVD Player.