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If you have Quicktime 7 Pro you can easily rotate any video and then export it.

Open your video in Quicktime 7. Go up to the "Window" menu and select the "Show movie properties" option.


When the video properties menu pops up, select the "video track" option in the top window. The buttons underneath will change to reflect the video track selection. Next, click on the "Visual Settings" button. This will show you all of the properties of the video on the right site. Toward the bottom of the right pane, there's an option to rotate the video orientation. You can then select how you want your video to be rotated.

Once you have done this, you can then close the video properties pane. Then you can go up to "File" and then save or export the video.

You should then be able to import it into iMovie that way.

If that doesn't work for you, there are a few apps that can also do it through drag and drop methods.

$2.99 Mac App Store - Video Rotate

$Free Mac App Store - Movie Effects

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