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My original post was requesting advice about rotating video. I was advised to try 
Windows Movie Maker. It did not have a rotation tool. 
Another suggestion was VirtualDub 1.7.7 which is a free program that you can 
download. That works but it doesn't work with .mov files (Quicktime).
I already had a program that I purchased a couple of years ago, called Digital 
Media Converter. I believe it cost about $40 at the time. I use it to convert the 
.mov files to .avi  (I had purchased it so I could compile my movie clips into a 
movie with Windows Movie Maker. Of course, I have only found time to create one in 
the last 2 years!)
Then I can import them into the VirtualDub 1.7.7 program and rotate them. 
It takes a few steps but it is easy.
I will be careful how I hold my camera from now on! lol
Thank you to those who replied and I hope this helps someone else. Sandra Carswell, 
Librarian S.C. Lee Junior High School 1205 Courtney Lane Copperas Cove, TX  76522 
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