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Rotate, 90 degs, vertical phone footage in Project/Source window

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Hi,

I'm currently trying to do this using Master Clip effects (video effects> distort> transform), then rotate with effect controls.

The image rotates as expected, but the frame - in both project and source - remains vertical, so the image is clipped at both ends. It's fine when applied to timeline but I need to view a lot of material in source and my neck's hurting from looking sideways!

How do I rotate the frame as well as image please?

Many thanks.

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you might be able to change the properties of your sources to, for example for 1080:  1080x1920 instead of 1920x1080.  I think if your phone is setup properly, the metadata should be correct so it displays correctly in premiere.  You might explore your metadata options in the bin to see if you can adjust this.   However, the simplest thing to do is just drop all your vertical clips into a new sequence, rotate the first one, select it and copy and then select the rest of the clips in the timeline and paste attributes.  

You can mark ins and outs and making sure nothing is selected in the timeline and that track targetting for video one is one and copy and then paste or paste insert into your assembly.   

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Rotate, 90 degs, vertical phone footage in Project/Source window

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Hi,

I'm currently trying to do this using Master Clip effects (video effects> distort> transform), then rotate with effect controls.

The image rotates as expected, but the frame - in both project and source - remains vertical, so the image is clipped at both ends. It's fine when applied to timeline but I need to view a lot of material in source and my neck's hurting from looking sideways!

How do I rotate the frame as well as image please?

Many thanks.

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Correct answer by mgrenadier | Adobe Community Professional

you might be able to change the properties of your sources to, for example for 1080:  1080x1920 instead of 1920x1080.  I think if your phone is setup properly, the metadata should be correct so it displays correctly in premiere.  You might explore your metadata options in the bin to see if you can adjust this.   However, the simplest thing to do is just drop all your vertical clips into a new sequence, rotate the first one, select it and copy and then select the rest of the clips in the timeline and paste attributes.  

You can mark ins and outs and making sure nothing is selected in the timeline and that track targetting for video one is one and copy and then paste or paste insert into your assembly.   

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Sequence settings needs to match the rotated footage.

 

If you imported vertically positioned file which is showing the image on its side the sequence settings needs to be 1920x1080.

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Hi Ann, thanks for reply, but sorry, I don't understand.

When applied to the sequence (timeline) the footage is fine with the Master Clips effect (rotation). It is rotated and fills the screen. It is the SOURCE monitor - or even project panel - that I want to adjust, so that the rotated footage is displayed full frame, not in a vertical frame which loses the ends of the image.

Perhaps that's what you were referring to? but I'd need more info to work with please.

Peter

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you might be able to change the properties of your sources to, for example for 1080:  1080x1920 instead of 1920x1080.  I think if your phone is setup properly, the metadata should be correct so it displays correctly in premiere.  You might explore your metadata options in the bin to see if you can adjust this.   However, the simplest thing to do is just drop all your vertical clips into a new sequence, rotate the first one, select it and copy and then select the rest of the clips in the timeline and paste attributes.  

You can mark ins and outs and making sure nothing is selected in the timeline and that track targetting for video one is one and copy and then paste or paste insert into your assembly.   

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Thanks all for your help.

 

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