How to Rotate a Video on Android

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you want to rotate a video on your Android phone? Don’t worry, it’s actually fairly simple to do.

Let’s say you just made a video and realized afterwards that you want to rotate it. The first thing you need to do is open up your photos application or gallery app. In this example, we will be using Google photos.

Once you have opened up the app, find the video that you want to rotate. Click on the video and at the very bottom, you will see a little edit button. Click on the edit button and it will take you to a video editing portion.

Next, click on the crop option. Here you will see a center option that shows a little box rotating. Click on the rotate button and your video will now rotate.

Once you have rotated the video to your desired position, click on save copy and it will now save a copy of the video on your phone. Wait until it loads up and then you can view your newly rotated video.

That’s it! You now know how to rotate a video on your Android phone. If you have any questions or thoughts, let us know in the comment section below.


Can you rotate a video in gallery?
Open Google Photos on your Android phone and tap the search bar. Choose Videos, then select the video you want to rotate. Tap the slider bar icon (it's at the bottom of the screen in the middle). Select Rotate until the video is oriented the way you want it.
Why won t my videos turn sideways on Android?
Turn Auto rotate, Portrait, or Landscape mode on or off To adjust the screen rotation settings: Swipe down from the top of the screen to open the Quick settings panel. Look for the screen orientation icon. Depending on your settings, you may need to look for the Portrait, Landscape, or Auto Rotate icon.
How do I rotate a video from landscape to portrait on Android?
Open the video you want to rotate in the Google Photos app.Click the Edit button and choose Crop. Then find and click the Rotate icon to adjust the video's orientation.Once done, click Save copy in the lower-right corner of your screen to save the vertical video.