If you need to rotate a clip 90 degrees, 180 degrees, or even animate the rotation around in circles, OpenShot has aeffect which can help.
OpenShot has two types of rotation effects available, fixed and animated. To apply a rotation effect, switch to theon the , and drag the effect onto your clip.
To adjust your rotation settings, right-click on the clip and choose. Then switch to the Effects tab on the properties window, and click on the Rotate effect. This will bring up a list of rotation settings that can be adjusted. Try changing each setting, and use the to preview the effect.
A fixed rotation can rotate a video 90 degrees, 180 degrees, or any number of degrees you need. It does not animate the rotation. This is useful when you record a video sideways, and need to rotate it. To use a fixed rotation, only adjust the settings with that start with “Fixed”. Be sure to adjust the other settings back to zero.
An animated rotation can be used to spin a clip around in circles, or many other patterns. This can be a nice effect for titles, spinning newspapers, or other creative uses. To use an animated rotation, adjust the “Fixed” settings to zero, and only use the settings that start with “Rotate”.