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why does premiere elements 12 load your video on the side instead of correct as shot?

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It never has on mine.  What is your camera and can you describe your workflow a little more?

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https://forums.adobe.com/people/Peru+Bob  wrote

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Bob,

I think the question is about rotation not frame rates. 

For the Roger the OP, if one is not displayed horizontally, select it on the timeline, right click on it and select rotate 90 degrees.

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https://forums.adobe.com/people/Peru+Bob   wrote

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Bob,

I think the question is about rotation not frame rates. 

Running the video through Handbrake may also solve the rotated video issue.

For the Roger the OP, if one is not displayed horizontally, select it on the timeline, right click on it and select rotate 90 degrees.

That probably is a better solution.

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Running the video through Handbrake may also solve the rotated video issue.

 

If I could figure out how to make a crooked one I would test it!

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I tried to click on the frame but nothing happens. I loaded several frames

all of them loaded the same way.. This never happened until I upgraded to

version 10.13.1 of High Sierra OS

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rogerh3175683  wrote

I tried to click on the frame but nothing happens. I loaded several frames

all of them loaded the same way.. This never happened until I upgraded to

version 10.13.1 of High Sierra OS

The English language often fails.  I can't tell what you are doing or trying to do. 

In the Expert view, select the clip on the timeline by clicking on it.  Then right click for a menu. 

I'm on a PC, so if Apple mice don't do that I have now idea how to help..... not a clue!

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