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I have a video recorded with my mobile. But its tilted to 90 degrees anti-clockwise. Is there a way to view it normal way (by rotating it clockwise 90 degrees) by using some video editing tool?

I tried to record desktop screen, rotating desktop screen (using intel desktop graphic properties) by clockwise 90 degrees but it didn't work, I couldn't play the file at all in rotated mode.

Please let me know if its possible.

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VLC also has a 'rotate' filter so you can view the file as intended, and it can also be used to save the video again.

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oh is it ?? well I didn't observe vlc carefully then :) ok, I try it and reach you back :) thanks regards :) – InfantPro'Aravind' Aug 22 '10 at 7:44

Avidemux has a filter that will allow you to rotate a video in increments of 90°.

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thanks. :) ok.I try it and reach back to you :) thanks regards. – InfantPro'Aravind' Aug 22 '10 at 7:44

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