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    I've taken a few videos, all at 1080p, that when viewed back have the orientation set to vertical. While replaying on the phone, the video is showing proper in landscape, but the playback time is being displayed vertically. When I import the videos, the orientation is indeed screwed up and I have no clue how to fix it. I'm sure this is just a meta-tag but one that is not meant to be viewed.

    Has anyone else had this issue. I always hold the phone level when recording video, so I hope I don't have an issue with the sensors in the phone itself.
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    no one??
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    Don't know how to fix this but it isn't specific to the 920 as I had an 800 and it did that as well. I just tilted the phone a bit during playback and it switched to landscape playback but you had to tilt your head a bit or it moved back to portrait

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