It’s very common that you filmed some amazing portrait or landscape videos but in the wrong direction. This is error made by many people because not everyone will always think about orientation when filming. Is there an easy way to flip video so that you can watch them without turning your head sideways?
You just need a professional video flipper like Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor). This application offers a remarkably easy way to flip videos clockwise or anticlockwise, horizontal or vertical. What’s more, this flip software also offers a broad range of video editing features, effects and intro/credits. In the following, I’ll describe how to flip a video in Windows using this video flip program. If you’re a Mac user, just adopt Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor) for Mac to achieve the same. First, please download below free trial as per your operating system.
1Import your original videos
Click “Import” to browse your file folder on computer or drag the videos directly into the primary window. When you import all of them, click the thumbnails showing in the left pane to preview in the right screen window. Note that this video flipper supports an array of video & audio formats, such as MOV, MP4, AVI, WMV, DV, avchd (MTS, M2TS). And still image files like JPG, BMP, JPEG, PNG. TIFF are all fully compatible.
2Flip the whole video
Drag files from User’s Album to the video Timeline. Then double click the file or right click it and select “Edit” to access the editing panel. In the window that appears, you’ll find four flip options located on the top. Click on the function you need, and check the real-time effect in the previewing window. Though only four buttons available, you can create more options by using them together.
- - rotate video 90° clockwise;
- - rotate video 180°;
- - rotate video 90°counterclockwise;
- - flip video horizontally: left to right
- - flip video vertically: upside down
- - flip video vertically and rotate 90°clockwise;
- - flip video vertically and rotate 90°counterclockwise.
3Flip only a part of the video
Sometimes, you may just need to flip part of your video file, e.g. only 1 minute instead of the whole video. In this case, slip your video into separate files, and then repeat step 2 to flip them individually. To do it, just move the time indicator to the position you want to split, and click the "Scissors" icon in the menu bar.
4Export flipped video
When you’re satisfied with the result, click "Create" in the middle right to save the flipped video. In the pop-up output window that appears, select your wanted format or configured preset for your portable player directly to watch on the go.
You may also want to upload your creation to YouTube or burn to DVD disc for better preserving, just go for it. Finally hit Create to let this video flip program perform the rest.
Flipping video tips:
With Wondershare video flipper, you can do more than just flipping video files. For example, you can apply special effects, add background music, create picture-in-picture effect, and more. For more details, please refer to its User Guide.