How to rotate a video on Samsung Galaxy S7 or another device
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If you want to rotate a video on Samsung S8, S6, S7 or any other device, just follow these short steps.
Upload a video to rotate
Open our Samsung Rotate Video Tool and hit the “Choose file” button to upload clips from your personal device.
If your recordings are stored on the Internet, that’s not a problem either. Tap the small arrow on the right side of the blue pane and call a drop-down menu. Here you can import files from your Google Drive or Dropbox accounts or paste a direct link to the video shared online, for example, on YouTube.
Rotate your video on Samsung
Use buttons below the player to turn the image clockwise or counterclockwise. Each click rotates the video 90 degrees.
Scroll down to convert the clip to another format. If you are going to share it on social media, pick MP4 or MOV, but you can also select among lots of other extensions, such as MXF, OGV, AVI etc.
When you are done, click on “Rotate” and wait a little bit (it depends on your Internet speed and the file size).
Save the rotated video
Save the recording to your personal device or upload it to your cloud account. If you’ve made a mistake and, for example, turned the video to the wrong direction, hit “Back to edit” and correct it without starting from scratch.