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iMovie 6 and Changing orientation of movie


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Hello,

Is there a way to change the orientation of a video clip taken from my iPhone once imported into iMovie 6? When the clip is uploaded to iPhoto, it is in the correct orientation (vertical), however, when it is then imported into iMovie, the orientation is changed to horizontal.

Thank you in advance for your help!

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Sorry, you can't rotate clips in iMovie6.
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Hello,

Is there a way to change the orientation of a video clip taken from my iPhone once imported into iMovie 6? When the clip is uploaded to iPhoto, it is in the correct orientation (vertical), however, when it is then imported into iMovie, the orientation is changed to horizontal.

Thank you in advance for your help!

Amy
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Flip4Mac is for viewing wmv video files, not for flipping movies, AFAIK.
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Flip4Mac is for viewing wmv video files, not for flipping movies, AFAIK.
You are right. That is the problem with working from memory. I wasn't at my Mac to check. Will have to do it when I get home tonight.
I had the same problem with video from my P&S camera (Lumix FZ28) and found a neat little program to do a 90 deg rotation on the clip. If I can find it I will post back with a link later.

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