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Erica at TUAW has a really excellent tip for ‘righting’ video clips that have been shot in the wrong orientation. This is something I was glad to find a year or so back after my wife had accidentally shot a few video clips with out digital […]

Erica at TUAW has a really excellent tip for ‘righting’ video clips that have been shot in the wrong orientation. This is something I was glad to find a year or so back after my wife had accidentally shot a few video clips with out digital camera, and our boys looked like they were flying (because everything was tipped 90 degrees clockwise).

Anyway, if you’ve ever had the same issue, go check out the run-through that Erica’s been so good to post – with pretty pictures too! Though be forewarned, that you will need Quicktime Pro if you haven’t already purchased a license for it.

  1. Video can be rather tricky for amatures like myself. Thanks for the tip!

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