Have you ever shot a video and released it laterally? Maybe you were holding your iPhone at an angle and it was a bit cfusing as to how it was in place? Or maybe you started shooting in portrait orientati, and you quickly corrected the landscape, but the whole video ends up being lateral? Then you need to know how to rotate the video and adjust things properly. The good new is, it's easy.
How the video rotates
When you shoot videos or photos your iPhone, there is not much difference between the portrait and the landscape. The camera just captures what's in frt of it and places a marker showing how you held the phe when it was captured. Then, it displays the photos (or video) according to this marker. To change the orientati of a video or a photo, it is not necessary to re-record or modify it in any way whatsoever. You ly have to tell the Photos applicati to display it differently.
For still photos and live photos, this is integrated with the editing tools of the Photos applicati. But for …