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How to Rotate QuickTime Video 90 Degrees, 180 Degrees on PC or Mac?

Powerful QuickTime Video Rotator Supports Rotate QuickTime Video MOV, MP4, WMV, FLV, VOB, MKV, DV, AVCHD, MPEG, etc.

Need to Rotate QuickTime Video

There are times when you may need to rotate a QuickTime video, especially if you receive a video by email and it's not orientated correctly. In other words, the video needs to be flipped 90 degrees so you can view it without turning your head. And many people have smart phones and they like to send quick videos. You receive a video in your email and you have to turn your head 90 degrees just to view it. You may want to save the video to your computer or share it on social media but you don't want to post a video until you can rotate it properly.

The following article will talk about how to rotate QuickTime video..

Powerful QuickTime Video Rotator - iDealshare VideoGo

If a QuickTime video sent to you from your friends through email or others is not in normal horizontal position, you will need QuickTime Video Rotator. When you shot video clips in vertical position, you will need QuickTime Video Rotator. As you wish to upload QuickTime video in sideways or vertical side, you will need QuickTime Video Rotator.

iDealshare VideoGo will meet all your needs with just several clips. Rotating video with 90 clockwise, flip horizontal, flip vertical can adjust the QuickTime video from different sides. Apart from that, other video formats like MP4, WMV, FLV, VOB, MKV, DV, AVCHD, MPEG, etc., can also be rotated with the same method.

How to Rotate QuickTime Video?

Please follow the below instruction to rotate QuickTime video with iDealshare VideoGo step by step.

Make Preparation: Free download QuickTime video rotator

Free download the professional QuickTime video rotator - iDealshare VideoGo(for Mac, for Windows), install and run it, the following interface will pop up.

QuickTime video rotator - iDealshare VideoGo

Step 1 Add QuickTime Video

Simply drag and drop the QuickTime Video to this interface, or press "Add File" button to locate and import MOV file from your pc.

Rotate QuickTime Video Step by Step Guide

Step 2 Define the rotating angle

Click the "Effect" panel, in the pop-up window, move to the last three options in the middle part. Adjust your QuickTime video through clicking "90 Clockwise", "Flip Horizontal", "Flip Vertical". When get your desired video, please click "OK". Please note that you can click "Reset" to clear all the settings.

Tips: To make the rotated video still in QuickTime MOV format, click the Profile drop down button to select MOV QuickTime Video(*.mov) from the "General Video" category.

Step 3 Finish QuickTime video rotation

Click the BIG ROUND button at the right bottom side to finish rotating QuickTime video.

All the following rotating QuickTime video will be solved

  • I have a couple of Quicktime .mov files that I took with my digital camera. The only problem is, is that I took these movies with the camera turned 90 degrees. I now have two movies that when played are turned 90 degrees to the right. I'm sure there must be an easy way to rotate these frames back to there correct viewing position but I cannot work out how to do this?? Can anyone please help me out with this??
  • I spent ages looking for some software to rotate .MOV files that I had taken with my digital camera held vertically!! I have Quicktime 10 and despite everything you read about Quicktime, I do not believe that there is now an option to rotate a .MOV file. I even bought Quicktime 7 Pro, but still couldn't find the option
  • How do I rotate video (MOV) file on Windows?-I recorded a video (on iPhone) in portrait mode. Now I need to rotate it. Right now I have a MOV file. I'm using Windows. What program can I use to rotate and save this video without losing quality?
  • Rotating video in Quicktime-Hi - I have taken some video footage using my digital camera, but when I play it back it will only play on its side - I need to rotate it by 90 dgrees. There doesn't seem to be a function to do this. The video plays in Quicktime. Can anybody help please?