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How to invert video?

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Need to Invert Imported Video

I am new to Premiere Elements and am struggling trying to learn how to Invert the imported video media file.

The video is from a GoPro Camera and is upside down because of the camera orientation during recording.

Need to invert video so that it appears right side up.

Thanks for any help,     KY2IAWDID

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Use the Motion Property and rotate it:

How to use Motion effect in Adobe Premiere Elements

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How to invert video?

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Need to Invert Imported Video

I am new to Premiere Elements and am struggling trying to learn how to Invert the imported video media file.

The video is from a GoPro Camera and is upside down because of the camera orientation during recording.

Need to invert video so that it appears right side up.

Thanks for any help,     KY2IAWDID

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Correct answer by Peru Bob | Adobe Community Professional

Use the Motion Property and rotate it:

How to use Motion effect in Adobe Premiere Elements

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Use the Motion Property and rotate it:

How to use Motion effect in Adobe Premiere Elements

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Thank you, that helped me find it.

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You're welcome.

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How?   I see that this is marked correct, and I realize that this is a 3 year old thread, but I don't see it.   From the linked article: "Click Rotate Left or Rotate Right to rotate the clip 90° in either direction".  Emphasis mine.

 

Is the suggestion to do this operation twice?   Because, 90 degrees only halfway solves the problem.   I would love to be able to use a camcorder inverted, and then have PE flip it right-side-up.

 

[Edit: I copied and pasted more than I'd realized until I posted, so I deleted the exraneous characters.]

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There is a difference between rotate and flip. (invert means changing clip "colors").

If rotating 180 degrees means pressing 90 twice then yes.

If you dont want to do that for every clip add the transform effect to an adjustment layer and set rotate to 180.

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