After assembling a slide show in Photoshop Elements and transfering it to Premier Elements some images are rotated 90 degrees and can not be corrected. I am using Windows 8.1.
Using the same slide show images with Windows Vista there is no problem.
Can anyone help me.
If the slide show is coming into Premier Elements as a collection of JPEG files, you can select the image, right click and rotate 90 degrees left or right.
I don't know how Photoshop Elements makes slideshows, but if it comes into Premier Elements as a video (MP4) it can still be rescued. But, it is not a pretty solution and I wouldn't want to do it for very many images.
Use the snipper/cut tool to isolate the image from the MP4 video. Then use the Freeze Frame tool to create and insert an isolated frame that is a copy, but now treated as a individual image. Delete the isolated part of the MP4 with the isolated frame remaining as a copy. The isolated frame can be rotated with a right click.
In the future, consider making the entire slideshow in Premier Elements. It works very well for that.
Have you ensured that your photos are no larger than 2500x1875 pixels in size?