489 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Jun 23, 2007 7:46 AM by QuickTimeKirk
It sounds like you are saving a reference movie instead of a self-contained movie. The reference movie relies on the original unedited version, which is probably what you uploaded. You will need to choose the self-contained option when saving so that the editing changes are included when you upload to the web site.
eMac 700 mhz Mac OS 9.2.x
After rotating the video you should use "Save As" instead of "Save".
You may also need to scale the dimensions or even add a mask track or background layer so your rotated video maintains the proper aspect ratio of 4:3
You shot as 240 (width) 320 (height). You now have 3:4 aspect.
Create an all black image sized at 320X240 and add (scaled) to your entire video. Use the Movie Properties window to rotate and reduce your video track to the height of that black image and adjust the offset so it is centered.
You'll have black bands on both sides of your video but it will be 4:3