Rotating video by 90 degrees
Would be nice if we can rotate the video by 90 degrees. Some of my videos shot in landscape on iPhone turn out in portrait mode. I can fix that on my computer but on iPhone too would be nice.
Franck Payen - fr32c commented
Hi Peter, i'll keep on investigating on the subject of rotations, but that's the first subject I found, don't hesitate to merge if needed.
In a couple of occasions, I shoot with Rush's camera because of all of the lighting features (and especially setting DOF). Even then, It most of the time fails to notice I'm shooting in Landscape mode.
"Fine, i'll use the magic format button to make this wrong portrait into a good landscape!"
But no, it's not happening, because I then get a cropped rotated video, sort of squared with black bars around.
Then there's the transform options. Where you'll spend a couple of seconds making it snap to 90° when it prefers 89 or 91° (a couple of us noticed this : https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/916423-premiere-rush/suggestions/35732971-specific-adjustments-for-slide-controls ), maybe a 90° rotate button would be welcome there.
And when you eventually think you're done with 90° and watch the remaining rushes, you realize you'll have to do it all over again for the next clips.
And of course so far, no option to copy paste those settings from one clip to the next OR to a series of selected clips (look at what LrCC does with this feature).
Don't hesitate to let us know if there's some work being done on this subject right now !
You can rotate your clips on iOS by going to the Transform Inspector. Here's how:
1. On the iPhone, select the clip you want to rotate
2. Swipe right on the toolbar on the bottom of the screen until you see Transform > Tap on Transform button
3. Under the Basic section, there's a slider that says Rotation
Another way to rotate your image is:
1. Select the clip you want to rotate
2. Tap on the monitor. You should see a blue bounding box
3. Use your fingers to rotate the image
Let us know how this works for you.