Video shooting in a vertical manner is one of the enormous ills of today’s users of mobile devices. Not only is such a way of filming is absolutely nonsensical in terms of engagement (honor exceptions that require wide vertical angle), but even harder on the steps taken by the video looks. The dreadful frames on the sides that complement such a video, perhaps not even need to talk. At the height of the video simply turning and sometimes it seems that it should every producer to remind its users several times. Ideally, before each recording a video. The site now discovered a simple guide on how to edit video captured this way. You only need the iPhone / iPad / Mac.
With video instruction came from the editors server 9to5Mac and is a very simple and quick process. Vertically (read bad) recorded video is only need to edit in iMovie. The whole process takes tens of seconds and devalued piece of data that can pull through again a masterpiece. If you have ever committed a similar error, and vertical video stored on your phone, follow these steps and you can again sleep with a clear conscience!
- Open iMovie
- Select the clip you want to edit
- Share -> Create Video -> Create new video
- When editing perform rotational gesture fingers (video), thereby the video is rotated to the correct orientation
- Done -> Save
And it is done. It took you about 15 seconds and life, but you saved a potential threat slander if it was someone had seen before editing. A similar procedure can be used on Mac, where it achieved similar goals through QuickTime.
How to fix vertical videos on the Mac using QuickTime
Step 1: Send the video that needs fixing to your Mac.
Step 2: Open the video in QuickTime.
Step 3: In the menu bar click Edit → Rotate Left (or Rotate Right).
Step 4: Save your video and send it back to your iOS device.
The bottom line is that there’s no need to fret over videos that are inadvertently stuck in portrait mode because you forgot to rotate your device to the correct orientation. The fix can be easily applied using iMovie, QuickTime, or a variety of other third-party utilities and apps.
If you don’t already own iMovie, you can download it from the App Store. It’s a free download for anyone who’s purchased or activated a new iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Otherwise, it can be purchased for $4.99.