&rotate

Rotates the camera

Sender-Side Option! (&push)

Options

Example: &rotate=180

Details

Applies to the publisher's side. Rotates the camera 90-deg by default, or specify &rotate=180 or &rotate=270 to rotate more.

Rotates your video for the guests/OBS as well. The rotation uses CSS.

CSS-based video effects will not work in full-screen mode. As well, the control-bar gets rotated with the video, when using CSS.

If looking to flip or mirror a video instead:

If you are looking for a form of mirroring and flipping that changes the actual video, rather than relying on CSS to achieve the effect, you can check out the sender-side &effects options. https://vdo.ninja/beta/?effects=-1, which will flip the video https://vdo.ninja/beta/?effects=-2, which will flip and mirror the video https://vdo.ninja/beta/?effects=2, which will mirror the video Effects however may increase CPU/GPU usage, and could cause frame rate instability, especially if the browser tab is not in active focus.

There's also the &flip and &mirror options, which use CSS, but are generally viewer-side only.

Dedicated teleprompter tool that works for most sites

There's a dedicated tool for mirror, flipping, and rotating websites as part of VDO.Ninja as well:

https://vdo.ninja/teleprompter

In case the built-in options to mirror or flip don't work, the teleprompter app might be a good alternative.

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