For years, iPhone users had to download a third-party video editing application to rotate their videos. With the launch of iOS 13, users can correct the orientation of videos from the built-in Photos application. Here's how.
Start by opening the "Photos" application on your iPhone. If you can not find the icon, slide your finger on the Home screen and use Spotlight search to find the application.
Scroll to the "Media Types" section and tap "Videos." You can also select the option Album "Recent".
Locate the video you want to rotate. Tap on the file to see the expanded video.
Select the "Edit" button located in the upper right corner of the screen.
Press the Crop button in the lower toolbar. The icon looks like two right angles that intersect.
Select the rotation button located at the top right of the screen. Each time you tap it, the video will rotate 90 degrees to the right.
When you have finished rotating the video in the desired orientation, select "Done".
The video shot on your iPhone will be saved in the correct orientation. You can now share the video with your friends and family without having to install a third-party application.
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