Today, advances in mobile technology are such that our smartphones and tablets we are used not only to communicate, but also to take pictures and videos, even in 4K.
However, the technology is not everything and not everyone can not improvise a photographer or a filmmaker. So it may happen that videos are taken the wrong way, which makes their reading unpleasant or even impossible for some formats.
Thanks to this tutorial, you will learn how to rotate a video taken upside-down.
Rotate a video with Windows Movie Maker.
You have received a video, but it has been saved in the wrong way ? To rotate, you only need to use the free software Windows Movie Maker, its use is very simple.
If your PC is running Windows 7 or Windows 8, then it is quite possible to use Windows Movie Maker.
On the other hand, in Windows 10 the software no longer exists, unless the download on the Microsoft platform.
Nevertheless, some of its editing functions have been imported into the Photos app, and unfortunately, the rotation of the videos does not belong to it..
In this case, it is essential to use video editing software to third parties, such as Shotcut. If you wish to make video editing more advanced, then take a look at our selection of the best free software.
Rotate a video with Shotcut.
If, like us, your computer is running under Windows 10 (or MacOS), then we recommend you download Shotcut.
Once installed on your PC, launch it and click on Open File at the top left.
Then, select your video you want to edit.
Before you can edit it, click on the video and drag it in the Timeline.
After adding a video, make sure that it has been selected (surrounded by a red frame), if this is not the case then click on it again.
Appointment in Filters, to the left of the screen, and click on the + below the window.
A list of options appears, scroll down until you find the option to Rotate and Scale, select the.
More fields will then appear, the only one you need to worry about is Rotation.
The blue zone is used to rotate your video, simply drag it to the left or the right. Even more simply, you can note the angle that you want to have, for example, 180 degrees to completely return your video, or 90 degrees to it’s side.
At the center of the window will display the changes to your video. If you’re satisfied with it, then go to File at the top of the screen and select Export Video.
A small window opens, it will show you the format of your video.
To choose a different one, you can do so from the list that appears in the Presets.
Finally, click Export File, and rename your video, it is now ready to be shared.