When recording videos with the camera of the iPhone, the iPhone will turn the video automatically depend on how you hold it. But when transferring these videos to your PC or Mac, your media player may not read some of them correctly: some are on the side, others are upside down. If you have tried an iPhone software to no avail, you can get a perfect solution here.
Solution 1: Rotate iPhone videos with desktop video editor
Tool you need: Wondershare Filmora (former Wondershare Video Editor)
If you want to rotate an iPhone video, a good desktop video editor is- Wondershare Filmora (former Wondershare Video Editor). With it, you can set the orientation of your video in less than 5 minutes. In addition, you can also apply video effects to refine your videos. Other output options include downloading directly to Facebook or YouTube and burning to DVDs.
It looks good? Download it now and use this rotator to run your iPhone videos.
Step 1 Import iPhone videos you want to rotate
To import iPhone video files (iPhone 5, iPhone 5S included), drag and drop video files directly from your file folder to the computer in the main window. Imported iPhone video files appear in the left pane. After that, drag them into the video timeline one by one.
Note: Any file loaded with video editing will be merged together seamlessly. Do not overlay one video on another, otherwise, you will divide the video in half and insert between the two.
Step 2 Turn the iPhone video in a few clicks
This iPhone rotator is able to turn an iPhone movie 90 degrees, 180 degrees, clockwise or counter-clockwise. To do this, simply double-click on the selected video clip to bring up the editing panel. There are 4 buttons available:
- Rotate iPhone video 90 degrees to the right. Twice turn, you can get 180 degrees of view. Click again, 270 degrees, again, no change.
- Turning iPhone video 90 degrees counterclockwise and repeatedly, like this one.
- Flip iPhone video horizontally, upside down.
- Flip video iPhone vertically, from left to right.
Step 3 Save a video shot on iPhone
Now save the iPhone video has been permanently shot at the office or upload to YouTube for sharing. Click “Create” to reveal the output window, here you can choose from several available options, shown on the image below.
If you want to sync with the iPhone to play on the go, just select “iPhone” format configured under the “Device” tab. All iPhone models are provided, including the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S.
Solution 2: Rotate iPhone videos with a video editing application
In addition to video editing tools workstations, there are also a lot of video disassembly applications to rotate your recording. Free Rotation Video for iOS, for example, will take a look at the videos on your camera role and let you choose how you want to rotate the video. The rotation process takes only a few minutes, and will cost you little battery in the process.