Rotate movies that have been recorded at the wrong angle inside the Photos app.
Quickly and easily rotate any Quicktime movie file captured with the wrong orientation. Many of us have done this with our phones and cameras, now there's a way to fix it!
Easy to Use:
Allows you to correct the orientation of your movie files without any complex settings. Just use the big friendly rotate buttons to spin your movie the correct way.
The app includes a Photos extension that allows you to remote movies directly inside the Photos app.
Save and Export options:
Either save the rotated movie in its original format for viewing the movie with Quicktime or use the export facility to use with other players.
Completely rewritten to make rotating your movies even easier!
Now works as a Photos extension so you can rotate your movies without leaving the Apple Photos app!
Ratings and Reviews
Fast simple efficient
However the black border around the video is confusing. No need for it. Make the window fit the video and show the rotation buttons as overlays.
Such a simple solution to a common problem!
I, along with many others I have come across, have had the misfortune of shooting video in the wrong orientation or pressed the record button too early when in portrait before i moved it to landscape.
I have been searching everywhere for a solution which I believed would have an easy fix but could find hardly anything. The best I came across was to spend £20 or so on Quicktime Pro to do this. So glad I came across this app by chance! Could not be any simpler. Just imort or drag video, click which way you want it rotated and save. Did it all in about 15 seconds. I can not believe other advanced video editing software doesnt have this functionality built in.
Bargain for such an essential tool.
Fantastic solution to a problem that shouldn't exist.
Works perfectly. Top marks to a developer who saw a ridiculous gap in the market and filled it with a very easy solution. I actually purchased iMovie to do this but it's just crazy. QuickTime won't do it either and I couldn't install QuickTime Pro because I have Snow Leopard. Absolutely ridiculous. I thought Macs were supposed to just work?
The developer, Audiodog, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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- Rick Peacock
- 4.3 MB
- Photo & Video
- Requires macOS 10.12 or later.
- Age Rating
- © Copyright (C) Audiodog, 2018
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.