Everyone of you is very familiar with two possibilities for video orientation when recording with your iPhones (or any smartphone, really): you can either record stuff by holding your iPhone up vertically OR horizontally - the later offers a more classic video format viewing experience once you play it on a TV/computer screen because it will literally fill out all of your plasma screen. My problem is: I have some videos I need to edit and they were recorded on that vertical position! Cropping is not an option. If I import them to iMovie, I will end up having to choose either widescreen or full screen aspect ratio once I'm ready to export my final project. But imagine this: I will end up with a video that has two "black bars" on the sides... not to mention that its file size will end up being much bigger than what it would be if I were able to preserve the original iPhone video aspect. BTW, I do not own iMovie for iOS so it's out of question to consider using that. So, is there any possibility to edit an iPhone video recorded on the vertical orientation on a Mac and preserve its original aspect ratio once exported? I don't have the newest iMovie version, but I'd consider getting it if it offers the possibility of exporting videos in that iPhone format. Suggestions?