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The old Google+ Photos can rotate video's (seems like this functionality is still missing). Simply go to https://plus.google.com/photos. It will redirect you to photos.google.com but you'll have the option to go back to Google+ Photos. Click that option, open your video and use the rotate tools on top. Thanks to this reddit post: ...
To do this, download VLC Player, pull up the Media menu, choose Open Network Stream, and paste in the https://player.vimeo.com/video/########## URL in. When it starts playing, go to the Playback menu and then choose "Speed". If a video is embedded in a page, you can view the source of the page and search for player.vimeo.com to try to find the URL (or ...
Download it from Keepvid or something like that. I don't know what the harm could be in 1 added view to the viewcount, though.
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