When you record a video clip with a mobile phone, it might be more comfortable if you hold the phone in a horizontal position. The phone may rotate the recording automatically when you view it, but this may not happen when you play the video on your PC. Instead of flipping your monitor, or changing its orientation settings, you can use Video Rotator. Its name should make it obvious that you can use the application to rotate your videos.
The software will not slow you down with nag screens or surprise you with hidden restrictions. It works on all modern Windows platforms, from Windows XP to Windows 8 and you can install it in less than a minute. There are no special requirements to meet, so you can run the program right away.
You will not spend too much time with Video Rotator's interface. It includes only a few simple options, with colored icons and clear labels. You may rotate a single video file or process multiple videos in a single run. The videos you target will appear in a list, in the larger area of the interface. A rotation method can be selected from a drop menu, beneath the files list, where you may select an output folder as well.
You can rotate your videos 90 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise, flip it upside-down or mirror it horizontally. Besides rotating videos, the software can also convert them to MP4, MPEG, AVI, MOV or FLV. Among the rotation options, you can find one to leave the video as it was. This means that you can also use Video Rotator just as a converter. The software works fast, so it will not take long to convert and rotate your videos.