I have 1920x1080 video that was not shot level to the horizon. So I need to (1) get the video level by rotating it (2) crop to remove the black wedges created from the rotation process and (3) resize to 1920x1080.
(1) Rotation: no problem. It was only 0.4 degrees off.
(2) Cropping: absolute trial and error. Can’t clearly see the edges of the frame (inside the black wedges) so can’t really know how much to crop. From what I can see, my only choices are dragging the corners of the frame and/or inserting numbers into the dialog box that comes with the filter.
I haven’t even gotten to step (3) yet.
Is there a more precise and viable way of removing the black wedges created by slight rotation/leveling?
Also: on the crop tool, what is the difference between “fill” and “fit” under Size Mode?