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Fix Orientation lock

New Here ,
Mar 16, 2023 Mar 16, 2023

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While filming a project on my iPhone 13 pro, somehow the orientation lock was engaged (I know, total ID10T error). The image on the screen appeared normal while shooting, but the clips import into Premiere Pro 9:16 instead of 16:9 showing just a portion of an enlarged image in the project monitor. I can rotate the image -90 degrees easy enough, but the image is still enlarged. I can also reduce the scale in the effects controls to 38% so the aspect ratio is correct and the top and bottom of the image is at the border of the monitor window, but when I export the image, the result is postage stamp-sized image swimming in a sea of black.

I have some experience with Premiere Elements, but this is my first with Premiere Pro CC. I've included a document with screen shots and sequence settings. Any advice you can provide to get the image rotated and sized properly would be GREATLY appreciated.

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Mar 16, 2023 Mar 16, 2023

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You can rotate your images in the iphone before importing them into Premiere.

If you are unable to do so use the Source Clip effect (Transform effect-rotate) on your footage

Apply Source Clip effects in Premiere Pro

 

Please do not use Word to post screenshots.

You can post them directly into your post here on the forum

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set your  Monitors to fit instead of 100%.

 

 

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Ann, thanks for your suggestion, and for the direction not to use Word to
present the screenshots. Since I’m not aware of a way to efficiently rotate
400 clips en masse on my phone (and the clips are starting out in Filmic
Pro, anyway), I took your suggestion to help rethink my problem. I started
a fresh project, and once I loaded my first messed up clip into the
timeline, I manually changed the sequence settings to reverse the height
and width dimensions. Then when I rotated the image 90°, it fit perfectly,
and I was able to export it without any apparent problem. I still have
rotate each clip I use, although it will save me time by not individually
rotating clips on my phone that I may not ever use.

Thanks, again.

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