How to rotate a video on Windows Movie Maker in Windows 7?
Windows Movie Maker allows you to not only simply import and edit a video, it rather lets you use your creative instincts and add special effects to your movie and amaze your audience. One interesting way to add a special effect is to rotate a video – entirely or portions of it. By doing so you can create an intriguing effect and help convey your message better. Depending upon the degree in which you would like your video to be played, you can experiment with a whole lot. 45 degrees to 180 degrees – the choice is ultimately yours!
The easy step solution to the issue is as:
1. Click the Windows "Start" menu and type "Windows Movie Maker".
2. Press "Enter". The program will open.
3. Click "Home" at the top of the screen and then click on “Add Videos And Photos”.
4. Navigate to the video file that you want to rotate and double-click it. This will open the video and place a thumbnail image in the work area.
5. Click on the “Play” button to play the video and then click on the “Pause” button to pause the video.
6. On the “Home” tab, in the “Editing” group, click on “Rotate Left 90.”
7. When you click on it Movie Maker rotate the video, click on “Play” button to play the video and then click on the “Pause” button to pause the video.
8. You can also rotate the video by clicking on the “Rotate Right 90”.
9. Click on “Play” button to play the video again.
Depending on the angle of your choice you can rotate the video to turn it upside down, flip it completely, or to a lesser degree for you to capture and exhibit the message. The rotation utility is also handy at times when you may find that the video has been captured at an incorrect angle, and by rotating it to the correct angle, you can let it smoothly play on…
As a recap of the above mentioned steps, here is a short video that you can enjoy…