Unexpectedly, blender rotates the vertical video shot on my iPhone when I import it into the Movie Clip Editor. How can I rotate the footage in the Movie Clip Editor view so I can clearly work with the tracking options without the footage being rotated the whole time during the editing process?
you can open your movie in video editing and then insert the rotation value 90/-90 as you need it and then just render it out and use the result for your tracking.
$\begingroup$ Thank you that certainly works, although I hope in the future blender support other aspect ratios correctly! It seems a bit odd that I have to render an entirely. new video with black bars on the side of it to get this working! $\endgroup$– mr. sudoMay 28, 2021 at 19:37
1$\begingroup$ You are welcome $\endgroup$– ChrisMay 28, 2021 at 19:44
1$\begingroup$ Worked like a charm. But why in the first place does Blender import my video as rotated by 90? The video is shot on iPhone and has the dimensions of 1080x1920 (HDR, 60fps, .mov) but Blender imports it as 1920x1080... $\endgroup$– ynnAug 14, 2022 at 8:36