I created several photo slideshows on Adobe Photoshop Elements 9. I went to create a DVD with Adobe Premiere Elements 9 with slideshow to be a chapter. When the slideshows were moved into the Adobe Premiere Elements 9 to create menus and burn the DVD, several of the photos in different slideshows were rotated 90 degrees.
Question: How do I rotate individual photos to the correct orientation?
the photos are all oriented correctly in the slideshow while in Photoshop Elements, but change orientation once I move them to Premiere Elements. Are you saying that even if the slideshow shows the correct orientation in the slideshow while in Photoshop Elements, the photo may still have the incorrect orientation in Photoshop Elements Organizer?
My PSE/Premier Elements 9 does the exact same thing. This is no answer at all and is not helpful. They are properly oriented in PSE 9 and come over into Premiere with an incorrect orientation. Plus no obvious way to make them correct. Some come over in vertical orientation correctly but many do not.
This "problem" bites many users. The "answer" is that in cataloging apps, such as Organizer, there is the capability to alter how an images DISPLAYS, but that does NOT alter the pixels in any way. PrE will see the pixels, and ignore the metadata on the display. This ARTICLE goes into more detail. The "fix" is to actually Rotate the Images, to rearrange their pixels, and then Save the file. This is easily done in Photoshop, or Photoshop Elements.