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Dive into the world of advanced video editing with Video Maker VideoShow. Experience enchanting video transitions and captivating slideshow effects, transforming your creative visions into a memorable masterpiece with just a single flick.

How to Rotate Video with Video Maker – Videoshow

Video editing, whether for YouTube or school projects, can be a challenging task. However, with “Video Maker – Videoshow,” we’ve turned what used to take hours into a fun and interesting task that only takes minutes.

Explore the next level of video editing with magical transitions and amazing slideshow effects, bringing your imaginations to life and creating a memorable piece of art with just a single flick.

What You Can Do with Video Maker – How to Rotate Video:

  • Customizable video themes with custom text color and font size.
  • Add pre-installed music clips or use multi-music support with custom time duration.
  • A collection of stickers with custom time duration and size for each sticker.
  • Advanced multi-text support with a custom time interval for each text.
  • Apply video filters like sepia, mirror, negative, and choose from 15+ filters.
  • Split, trim, and copy video clips, and merge another video into it.
  • Organize and view your pictures creatively with the slideshow movie maker.
  • Set custom effects on the trimmed parts of the clip.

Features for Video Maker – How to Rotate Video:

  • Edit Video
  • Slideshow
  • Extract MP3
  • Rotate Video
  • Mute Video
  • Trim Video
  • Add Background Music
  • Blur Video
  • Merge Video

Just follow these simple steps to create amazing videos for your social platforms.

Step 1:-  Open Video Maker – Videoshow on your PC or Laptop. Tap the “Rotate Video” button and select the video you want to rotate.

Step 2:-  How to Rotate a Video and Set the Desired Aspect Ratio:

  1. Select the video you want to rotate within the Video Maker and Video Show application.

  2. Locate the “Rotate” or “Orientation” option, usually found in the “Effects” or “Transform” tab of the software.

  3. Click on the “Rotate” option and set the degree of rotation you desire, such as 90, 180, or 270 degrees.

  4. Choose the preferred aspect ratio for your rotated video; common options include 16:9, 4:3, and 1:1.

  5. Preview the video to ensure the rotation and aspect ratio meet your expectations.

  6. Save the rotated video with the new settings.