musicvid10 wrote on 10/13/2012, 8:52 AM
You can set the rotation in 90 deg increments in Media Properties, or use Track Motion to rotate all the events on a track.

Quicktime-style rotation flags are not recognized by very many Windows apps afaik.
Marco. wrote on 10/13/2012, 9:31 AM
You're not using Vegas Pro 12, do you? Version 12 should recognize and interprete this data.
Bofus wrote on 10/13/2012, 10:30 AM
Yes, I'm using VP12. I'll look into the image information a little bit more. I'm going through old images from 2004 to date.

I'm running a set now from 2010 and it appears that the images are automatically rotated.

Thanks to all of you who have responded.

Bofus wrote on 10/13/2012, 9:33 PM
It ended up being the images that were processed in Photoshop before bringing into Vegas had "lost" their rotation data. Images taken today and not processed were rotated properly.

altarvic wrote on 10/14/2012, 2:38 AM
What image format do you use?
Photoshop preserves the original EXIF information in major formats