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    hello I have just made a 70 min home-made video for the first time, and ready to share among friends, but I forgot the rotation of iPad and the outcome video is 180 degree up and down reverse.. Is there any easy way to ''rotate'' the video file so that it appears normally?

    how to do it?thanks
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    Quicktime pro can rotate mov without reconversion.

    Or else use avidemux, mpeg streamclip, avisynth.
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    Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    Quicktime pro can rotate mov without reconversion.

    Or else use avidemux, mpeg streamclip, avisynth.
    hi, is it free? or require $?
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    quicktime pro isn't free. the others are....
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    If you have it on your iPad you can rotate it using either iMovie or Video Rotate app available on https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/video-rotate-free/id626614962?mt=8 This is the Australian store so try the HongKong store or change countries in iTunes
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    Hello, when I have the same problem as you, I used VLC and sometines Windows Live Movie Maker (because the software was already on my computer).

    I found a site that explain all! here : http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/14751/rotate-a-video-90-degrees-with-vlc-or-windows-live-movie-maker/
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    Originally Posted by WazaKrash View Post
    From that website:

    Now you can enjoy your video the way it was intended to be viewed:





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