6784 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Nov 11, 2011 7:17 AM by cindymc
You can do this using Quicktime Pro 7:
Open MOV file in QT Pro (QT 7.6.6)
Window -> Show Movie Properties
select "Video Track"
select "Visual Settings" from lower window
check "Preserve Aspect Ratio"
Click on appropriate rotation icon (MOV rotates!)
Click back on the open MOV in Player Window
FILE -> Save
You can also do this using TransformMovie, available here:
Also, MPEG Streamclip can rotate video while maintaining the aspect ratio as well as the interlacing when converting to DV, which is what iMovie prefers as an input:
There is also a plug-in for iMovie from GeeThree called rotate/scale that might do the job:
Further useful information here:
have been using the plug in from gee three " rotate" but it does not seem to maintain aspect ratio when rotating.
I do not have quicktime pro
i just have quicktime, does regular quicktime do anything?
can i purchase quicktime pro now as i am working on the video and then apply your option?