Android: Your phone does the best it can to figure out which way a video should be rotated, but sometimes it messes up. A long time ago, Google's photos app had the ability to manually rotate an image. Now, the feature is back. For some reason, the ability to rotate videos was lost during the transition from Google+ Photos to Google Photos. In the latest update, however, it's back. It's currently limited to videos in your camera folder, which means that you can't rotate videos you downloaded without tediously moving files around. It's a strange limitation, but at least the videos you record can be right-side up again.
Google Photos Brings Back The Rotate Video Feature It Removed For Some Reason
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