You will have to manually rotate your footage to be able to preview it in the correct format.
Here's my recommendation for video and still images.
Never turn your camera on it's side.
Always turn your phone on it's side.
Quick and easy, problem solved.
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You could create a preset from the rotate function in the transform video effect with the required 90 degree shift. Add this as a master effect to all the affected clips.
But what I want is something like Story in Instagram, 9:16, 1080*1920, u know.
I have to turn the camera on its side
But the effect only works to the clips in the Timeline. I need to preview the footages correctly in the previewer before I add them into the Timeline.
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If you add the effect as a master effect to all the clips in the project panel they will be rotated in the source monitor.
Wow I haven't known this way. it's COOL!
BUT... it seems that...transform effect can't be added as a master effects
I rotate the clip and rightclick the transform effect in the panel, then save it as PRESET. And I come to the effect panel, find out the Preset I saved, drag it to the footage in the box, but it is forbidden. Might I mistake something?
I got it!
Beacause I'm using Chinese program language， I mistake MOTION for TRANSFORM.
And there is still one more question...
The frame of Source Monitor doesn't fit the rotated footage╮(╯﹏╰）╭