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By RobertKesselring
I know the go-pro video editing software can rotate in increments of 90 degrees, but I'm looking for a way to rotate a video by just a few degrees. I think it's annoying when the video turns out just slightly crooked.

Any suggestions?
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By Johnny Tryko
Seems I was wrong, Streamclip only rotates in 90 increments also...
I'll put down my Gin & Tonic and try hard to remember how I did it!
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By Reiten
I'm using Adobe Premiere and After Effects. It does cost a few bucks, but there are hundreds of tutorials on youtube that shows you have to good looking movies
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By NMERider
If all you are doing is watching the video then you can rotate it by any increment using VLC Media Play for free.
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