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Don't worry about Deckyon -- he's correct but you're just not getting what he's saying. I'm sure rotating the video in iMovie (you may need to crop it a little as well) will be more than good enough for your purposes. He's just saying you lose quality when you rotate video in software. I imagine you already knew that.

For *future* reference, the camera should always be held so that the orientation is landscape so that you preserve the full quality of what you shot.
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