To start rotating the file, you need to fill in the time line with files coming from the user’s album. By double clicking the thumbnails of the MP4 video on the software’s timeline, you will find various rotate options available. You can either rotate the file or flip it. You can rotate an MP4 file in 90 degrees continuously in clockwise direction. You can even do a rotation to as far as 180 to 270 degrees. You can also rotate the file in an opposite direction (counter clockwise). You may also flip the MP4 file in a horizontal or vertical direction.
To finalize the rotation, you need to export it to a specific location. The end product can now be played on your TV, PC or shared to social sites such as Facebook and YouTube. There are 4 tabs that you will choose from when creating the file namely; Format, Device, DVD and YouTube.