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Videos from phones often have metadata that tell the player to rotate upon playback (not all players respect this). When re-encoding, ffmpeg will automatically rotate the video according to the rotate metadata, so you don't have to do anything special:

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Some videos, such as from iPhones, are not physically flipped, but contain video stream displaymatrix side data or rotate metadata. Some players ignore these metadata and some do not. Refer to ffmpeg console output to see if your input has such metadata:

Chroma subsampling. I included format=yuv420p since ffmpeg will attempt to minimize or avoid chroma subsampling (depending on the encoder, input, ffmpeg version, etc). This is good behavior in a purely technical sense, but most players are incompatible with more "advanced" chroma subsampling schemes. This is the same as using -pix_fmt yuv420, but is conveniently located in the filterchain.

Copy the audio. The -codec:a copy option will stream copy (re-mux) instead of encode. There is no reason to re-encode the audio if you just want to manipulate the video only (unless you want to convert to a different audio format). This will save time since encoding is time consuming and it will preserve the quality of the audio.

Older builds of ffmpeg do not include filtering capabilities. See the FFmpeg download page for several options including convenient builds for Linux, OS X, and Windows, or refer to the FFmpeg Wiki for step-by-step ffmpeg compile guides.

Following is a Bash script which will output the files with the directory structure under "fixedFiles". It transforms and rotates iOS videos and transcodes AVI files. The script relies on having installed both ExifTool and FFmpeg.

At the end you'll find the two consecutive FFmpeg commands that successfully rotated my video to the correct orientation. It seems to me the purpose of hflip and vflip in FFmpeg, is, at minimum, confusing, and contrary to what I expected.

I know I should've been able to mount my iPhone via USB and copiedthe files directly, but that didn't work; my laptop would recognizethe iPhone was connected, but it wouldn't mount its filesystem, andI got no prompt on my iPhone to "trust" the laptop.

The original file is Video 1920 x 1080 Codec HEVC/H.265 frame rate30/sec, bitrate 8140 kbit/s, Audio Codec MPEG-4 AAC audio ChannelsStereo, sample rate 44100 Hz, bitrate 85 kbit/s. When I play it onmy iPhone it's oriented properly, and the sound is synchronized.

The following inverted vertically so the playback is upright, synchronized the sound, and converted to MPEG-4, but it left thehorizontal incorrectly flipped end for end (this isn't a typo;I did specify 'hflip'):

The following two-step process finally got what I wanted; vertical andhorizontal both flipped, sound synchronized, and format converted toMPEG-4 (again, this isn't a typo; I used hflip in both commands):

Q 1: "I'm here to seek help for rotating an MP4 video file taken by iPhone 14 by 90 degree."Q 2: "Is there an easy-to-use tool to rotate an MP4 video by 90 degrees while keeping the video quality original? It doesn't have to be freeware."

How frustrated it would be when you recorded a precious MP4 video with your device but find it was in wrong orientation. Perhaps it was a vertical MP4 footage from your iPhone 14 Pro, which cannot be posted to the social platform that requires landscape orientation. Or maybe you started recording MP4 horizontally with your GoPro Hero 11 and wound up recording vertically.

Is there any way of fixing the wrong MP4 orientation? Yes, if you want to keep the MP4 video and view it properly, the only way is to rotate MP4 video and save it in right direction. Therefore, is there any way of doing this without losing the image quality? Find answer in this post.

WinX MediaTrans is an easy-to-use MP4 video rotator and the fastest iPhone transfer software. It can intelligently recognize MP4 video orientation and auto rotate MP4 video by 90 degrees in the process of PC to iPhone video transfer, no matter the MP4 file is recorded by iPhone, iPad, or downloaded online. Therefore, you can enjoy full screen playback or upload to YouTube, Facebook, etc. pleasantly.

Besides the auto video rotation feature, the MP4 rotator can automatically convert any video like MKV, AVCHD, AVI, WMV, etc. to MP4 and convert most music files to MP3 or AAC when transferred to iPhone, make free iPhone ringtones, sync music between computer and iPhone iPad without data lossbackup iPhone photos to computer hard drive at the fastest speed to release free space for iPhone. If you are wondering a two-in-one video rotator and data transfer program, it is absolute a good choice.

You can follow the guide below and learn how to auto rotate MP4 video on Windows 11/10/8/7 by 90 degrees with WinX MediaTrans. Please make sure to free download and install WinX MediaTrans on your PC, then follow the step-by-step guide below.

Step 2. Click "Video" button on the main interface of the MP4 video rotator. Select the MP4 videos you'd like to auto rotate orientation under "Video Recorded" group. Then click "Export" button to transfer the selected recorded MP4 videos to computer.

Step 3. Next, click "Add Video" button to drag those videos you just exported to computer to the program, then tap "Sync" button on the right bottom to transfer the MP4 videos back to iPhone and auto rotate the MP4 videos from vertical to horizontal.

Step 1. Click Choose file to load the MP4 file from your desktop computer, Google Drive or Dropbox. Or you can directly drag the MP4 file into the online tool. It will take a few minutes to upload the video, depending on your internet connection speed.

Ezgif is a great online MP4 rotator if your file is relatively small (100 MB). It features free video rotating online without the need to download additional software. You can flip the video vertically and horizontally, turn it 90, 180 or 270 degrees, and therefore fix any MP4, WebM, MOV or other file in a wrong orientation.

VLC is hugely popular as a media player, since it is completely free and supports almost all media formats without the need to download extra codecs. It is not just for playing video files from multiple sources but it can also be used as a video editor. With VLC media player, you can split or trim some footages, pick a specific portion of your video, shorten the video length, adjust color, and more.

VLC also comes with an option to rotate MOV, MP4, AVI, and other formatted videos. So if you are going to rotate an MP4 video file, installing and using VLC instead of other MP4 rotator can be a wise choice.

Step 4. Go to Video Effects > Geometry > check the box Transform, where you can rotate MP4 by 90/180/270 degrees. In addition, you can check the box Rotate and change the Angle as per your need. Click Save button.

If have some MP4 videos saved on your Mac computer but end up with a turned over issue on its side while playing, and want to do something like rotating, iMovie is absolutely the first choice. It is a free built-in video editing software app for not only macOS, but also iOS devices, comprising of options to crop, rotate, split, cut, alter color situation, change the speed of video, and much more. Just follow the steps below and learn how to rotate MP4 file and flip it vertically or horizontally with iMovie.

If you unfortunately find your MP4 footages are sideways or upside down on your Macbook or iMac, you can also rely on MacX Video Converter Pro to fix the issue. As its name suggests, MacX Video Converter Pro is a professional video converter that is skilled in transcoding various video formats, incl. HEVC, H.264, MP4, MKV, MOV, WMV, etc. It also features in a basic video editor that can fix the wrong video orientation by rotating the problematic MP4 video by 90/180/270 degrees, and even trim, crop, and merge video easily.

On top of that, this tool is highly acclaimed for processing large 4K video with GPU acceleration. That means you can rotate 4K MP4 video without stuttering or use up your computer CPU. Here are the steps to rotate MP4 with MacX Video Converter Pro.

Step 4. Click the Rotate or Flip icon on the interface, where you can rotate MP4 by 90 degrees, 180 degrees or 270 degrees as you like or flip the video horizontally or vertically. You can also trim, crop or watermark the video.

If you got some MP4 video, and it is upside down or sideways, you can fix it with RotateMyVideo. This is also an online video rotator that is famous for its ease of use, handy sharing to Facebook and YouTube directly, and high security. To do the task, you can:

VIDEO2EDIT is an online video rotator that can change the direction of MP4 or other video files from left to right or vice versa. You can import any video file from local computer, Dropbox, Google Drive, and convert it into MP4, 3GP, WebM, AVI, and more. It is even available to rotate MP4 video 90/180/270 degrees. In addition, you can also flip the video horizontally or vertically.

FilmForth is a good and entry-level video editor and movie maker for PC, which you can download from Microsoft Store. Features such as rotating, trimming, splitting, adding subtitles, etc are available. You can just load the MP4 video, drag it into the timeline, locate the Rotate button at the bottom, and then export the video to YouTube, IGTV, Snapchat, Twitch, and more at your willing. In addition, this tool offers a shortcut for video rotation from the lower-left side.

Graduated from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, she employs herself in IT related content creation (since 2013) and happens to perfectly combine her major (computer & science) and her gusto (writing). She's seasoned at offering video audio conversion workarounds and always passionate about new trends, from hot HEVC, 4K to the new AV1 codec. 041b061a72


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