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TransformMovie - A QuickTime movie rotation tool
Authored by: scottrussell on Aug 04, '08 09:57:36PM
I agree iMovie '08 is the easiest way to perform the 90 degree rotation.

If you accomplish the rotation in Quicktime Pro via "Window --> Show Movie Properties --> Video Track --> Visual Settings tab --> flip/rotate", you'll get a movie with an odd aspect ratio -- which causes the image to become stretched when imported into other apps (like iMovie HD or iWeb).

To get Quicktime Pro to maintain the usual 640x480 aspect ratio and put black bars on either side of your "tall" video, you'll want to follow some fairly complicated instructions...

TinyURL link: http://tinyurl.com/6aq6ax

Original link: http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/oreilly/digitalmedia/2006/09/29/two-slick-quicktime-tricks.html

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TransformMovie - A QuickTime movie rotation tool
Authored by: rab777hp on Aug 10, '08 05:40:11PM

Why did you put the link twice? There's no difference if we click on a tinyurl link or the regular one.



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