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You should refer to the following thread
In PrE to rotate an image, you should select it in timeline/sceneline and click on Properties button on bottom of the monitor.Just hover over the buttons and you will know what they are.
Then in the properties panel, expand the Motion filter, there you can see buttons for roatate right and rotate left
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Organizer is a cataloging utility, and is not an Image Editor. It's the same for Adobe's Bridge (Organizer's "big-brother" and included with many Adobe suties). When one does a rotation in Organizer, or Bridge, the result is ONLY for display purposes. The program now gets some metadata on how to display the image. No real Rotation (note capitalization) has been done, i.e. the pixels are totally unaltered.
PrE then Imports the actual pixel data, and disregards the display metadata, as it is dealing with pixels and not with just the display of the pixels.
Not sure how well Organizer does real pixel Rotation, but Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Bridge and Lightroom can do the actual pixel Rotation, but the Image must be Saved, to apply that real Rotation.
PrE will allow one to Rotate the Imported Image (does NOT affect the original Still Image on the HDD), via the Fixed Effect>Rotation.
I do all Rotation in Photoshop, and then do a Save_As PSD (Photoshop's native format), for Import into Premiere. I also do any necessary Scaling there too, so that I am not working with overly-large Still Images.
Thanks for the link to that thread. I was headed off to find it, but you just saved me some work!
Thank you, John for your prompt reply. It WORKS!!
Thanks again for your tremendous help.
Happy holidays to you and yours.