Bibliophile Lass (bibliogirl) wrote,
Bibliophile Lass
bibliogirl

I have some QuickTime video footage taken with the ShinyNewToy which I now have a requirement to do some very minor futzing with. At a minimum I need to be able to rotate some of it from landscape to portrait format. Further, it would be handy to be able to resize some of it (I have, oh, somewhere around the nine-minute mark at 640 x 480; it would be nice to be able to get it to a size where someone with relatively good broadband might be able to think about downloading it and walking away to make a cup of tea, rather than a fifteen course feast including a whole roast pig)

Can anyone recommend a free or very cheap utility for this, which'll run on PC (preferred, in this instance) or Linux? This isn't anything commercial and I don't expect to have a commercial need for this in the future so I'm reluctant to shell out significant money.

ETA: Never mind, QuickTime Pro turned out to be a whole bunch cheaper than I was expecting (£25), so I've just got that.
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