Everyone has experienced this before. you see a situation that you would like to record on video with the Samsung Galaxy S5. Unfortunately you hold your smartphone vertical, so the video is recorded in vertical mode. The result is that the video can not be viewed in landscape mode on the smartphone.
The solution is to rotate the video. The rotating or aligning a recorded video is fortunately possible with board funds on the Samsung Galaxy S5. The steps for rotating a video are as follows:

Open the Gallery app on the Samsung Galaxy S5 and then open the folder or album where the video is stored. Within that folder tap on the three-point symbol in the top right corner. Then select "studio"  in the menu. If the overview page of the studio is opened, select "Video Trimmer". Now you can select a video and then enter into the edit mode.

Here you will find a button with "Align". Tap on this and the video is rotated 90 ° every time you tap on this button. Once you have found the correct orientation, tap on "Ok" to save the new orientation of the video on the Samsung Galaxy S5.

You now know how to re-align a vertically taken video on the Samsung Galaxy S 5 a video with the Studio app, so it can be viewed in landscape mode.


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I recorded a video vertically, but when I view it on my Samsung Galaxy S5, it is upside down. I tried the procedure mentioned above, but I do not have an "Align" option... I only have Rotate, cancel, and done.....Even when I "rotate" the video...

I recorded a video vertically, but when I view it on my Samsung Galaxy S5, it is upside down. I tried the procedure mentioned above, but I do not have an "Align" option... I only have Rotate, cancel, and done.....Even when I "rotate" the video is not right side up.

Help please....

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When I clicked on video trimmer, it said that it was not installed "Download" so I tried to download and it said that this is no longer available.

 
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This doesnt work with large files. This was a glitch in the phone (S5) that saved the file 90 degrees off alignment. One of three videos shot at the same time, the others were ok. <br />Its a landscape picture turned to portrait mode. How do you...

This doesnt work with large files. This was a glitch in the phone (S5) that saved the file 90 degrees off alignment. One of three videos shot at the same time, the others were ok. <br />Its a landscape picture turned to portrait mode. How do you fix that?

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Brilliant solution which worked exactly as described above on my Galaxy Note4. Thanks.

 
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I have taken a video through Samsung S5. It plays OK on my cell phone. However, when downloaded into my notebook, it appears upside down. It have tried the 'rotation' option under 'Gallery' but it did not work. Any tips?

 
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Yes! Thank you. Problem solved.

 
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Recorded horizontally, get vertical vid of my horizontal... Filesize is 'too big' for the app you point out two Samsung S5 sucks; don't get one!

 
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:lol: That's that helped me too

 
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:lol: Extremely helpful!!! Thank you! You solved my problem!

 
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Thank u so much !!!

 
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