I have looked around but have not found a way to do this on my mac.
I have a short MPG file created with a Sony Cybershot. The camera was held sidways and i need to rotate the video 90 degrees.
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Sometimes I doubt your commitment to Sparkle Motion.
I believe you'll find that rotating the movie will result in
lack of sound. Look at Window/MovieProperties in QuickTime.
I expect you'll see MPEG1 MUXed.
You need to convert to deMUXed (separate audio and video)
streams. The $23 VisualHub does that easily. Get it from this
link http://www.isquint.org/. Then QuickTime Pro can rotate
And AeroQ is right. SimpleMovieX ($30) does the rotate
quite nicely (keeping sound) in one step. I just tried it
on a clip from Leslye's Sony camera.Al Bloom
I just want to say thank you to AeroQ.
I came here tonight with this same question and
found this thread. Downloaded SimpleMovieX
and was able to very quickly rotate some video
that I shot at a wedding last week.
Thank you also for a fully operational demo...you
don't find many these days.
I will be purchasing this app soon