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Manually Rotate Camera Follow

Overview

If your camera is displaying upside down or sideways in Zoom on your Windows PC, you can rotate the camera in your settings until it is oriented correctly.

You can also test your video before the meeting to ensure it is working correctly. Read more about testing your video.

This article covers:

Prerequisites

  • Zoom Desktop Client for Windows, version 4.0.25958.0306 or later

Instructions

How to rotate your camera before a meeting

  1. Log in to the Zoom client.
  2. Click your profile picture then click Settings.
  3. Click the Video tab.
  4. Hover over the preview of your camera. 
  5. Click Rotate 90° until your camera is rotated correctly.

How to rotate your camera while in a meeting

  1. Click the arrow next to Stop Video.
  2. Choose Video Settings.
  3. Hover over the preview of your camera. 
  4. Click Rotate 90° until your camera is rotated correctly.