Rotate your video on Mac in three steps
Our online tool makes editing easy and lets you rotate videos by 90, 180, or 270 degrees on Mac. Moreover, it supports various popular movie formats, including those specific for Mac only.
The service is free and you don’t even need to register if your file is up to 500 MB — which is enough for pretty much everybody. However, if your video experiments demand more options, you can always subscribe to Clideo Pro.
So get your fantastic movie ready and just rotate it.
Upload your video from Mac
First, open Clideo’s Rotate Video tool in your browser. If your movie is on your device, click the blue “Choose file” button to upload it.
If your clip is stored online, no problem — hover over the drop-down arrow, and then select Google Drive, Dropbox or just paste a URL to upload it from anywhere.
Rotate your video clip on Mac
Then, when your video is uploaded, in the right sidebar, you will see two buttons. Click one of them to rotate the clip clockwise or counter-clockwise by 90 degrees, then 180, and then 270 degrees.
In the preview area, you can immediately see how your movie will actually look and feel in the end.
Do you also need to change the format of the video? In the bottom left corner, call the drop-down menu to select the one you need. Also, you can select the “Keep format” option at the top of this list if you don’t want to change anything.
When you are satisfied with the settings, you can proceed to the actual video rotation. Click the “Export” button in the bottom right corner and wait a bit until the magic is done.
Download the result
Finally, you will see the preview of your rotated video and, before you actually download it, you can play it to check if it looks the way you planned.
If you are happy with what you see, click the “Download” button to save the result to your device or hover over the drop-down arrow to save your masterpiece to Dropbox or Google Drive.
To try rotating the video to some other angle, click the “Edit” button and you will return to the previous screen.
If you have another movie to edit or want to start from scratch, click the “Start over” link and rotate even more videos online.