How do you rotate a recorded video on iPhone?
Tap on the button in the upper left hand corner. Choose the video you'd like to rotate. Tap on the Rotate button in the bottom left hand corner. Keep tapping it until the video is in the desired orientation.
Method 1 Rotating on Windows
- Download and install Windows Movie Maker.
- Open Windows Movie Maker.
- Click Add videos and photos.
- Select your video.
- Click Open.
- Rotate the video.
- Click File.
- Select Save movie.
- It's not the prettiest option, but chances are it'll do what you need it to.
- Open VLC.
- Navigate to the Media tab, and select the Convert / Save option.
- Go to the Capture Device tab.
- Under the Capture mode dropdown, select Desktop.
- Select your desired frame rate.
- Click Convert / Save at the bottom.
- Make sure you are using a renderer that supports rotation, like EVR CP or Sync Renderer; you should see a green tick for the selected renderer in Options → Output. Then, use Alt+1 to rotate left, Alt+3 to rotate right, 5 to reset. Note, that the numbers correspond to the numpad ones.
- If a program does not show up in the list, you can make the program a default by using Set Associations.
- Open Default Programs by clicking the Start button.
- Click Associate a file type or protocol with a program.
- Click the file type or protocol that you want the program to act as the default for.
- Click Change program.
How to fix vertical videos on iOS using iMovie
- Step 1: Open iMovie.
- Step 2: Tap the Videos tab and select the clip that you wish to fix.
- Step 3: Tap the Share button and tap Create Movie → Create New Movie.
- Step 4: Perform a rotate gesture on the viewer to rotate the video to the correct orientation.
- Open Google Photos. Look for the multicolored pinwheel icon labeled “Photos” on the home screen or in the app drawer.
- Tap Albums. It's the third icon along the bottom of the screen.
- Swipe left across the albums and tap Videos.
- Tap the video you want to rotate.
- Tap Rotate.
- Tap Save.
- Access the Control Center by touching the bottom of any screen then dragging upward. For the iPhone X, swipe downward from the upper-right corner of the Home or Lock screen to access Control Center.
- Tap the Portrait Orientation icon to lock or unlock screen portrait orientation.
- To rotate your photo:
- Tap Edit at the bottom of the screen, then tap Adjust.
- Tap in the top right to rotate your photo.
- Tap Cancel to cancel or Done to save your change.
Updated: 2nd October 2019